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How did anxiety influence voters' decisions in the 2016 presidential election? This study tests the hypothesis that voters who were anxious about their own party's candidate were less likely to vote based on partisanship and more likely to vote based on issue positions and candidate personal qualities. As part of the Election Research Preacceptance Competition 2016, this study has been designed with the 2016 American National Election Study codebook before the data are to be released. Hence, the documentation of this study shows how this analysis of anxiety's conditioning effect on vote choice is to be completed once the data are gathered. Documentation also shows how these data are to be cleaned with a program that cleans similar variables from the 2012 American National Election Study.
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Cores of the sediments from Oblong Tarn, Mount Kenya, were collected in 1983 and 1986, and were conventional radiocarbon dated to examine late Holocene glacier history of the mountain. Subsequently pollen samples were taken from both cores to create a composite pollen record.
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Replication dataset for the paper "WE HAVE NO TIME TO LOSE: AN INTRODUCTION TO SURVIVAL ANALYSIS"
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This is a dataset of roll-call votes in the UN General Assembly 1946-2015. It also contains Affinity of Nations scores and ideal point estimates derived from these votes. The Bailey, Strezhnev, and Voeten paper cited below explains why ideal point estimates rather than Affinity scores should be used. Please consult the codebooks for more detailed information. Latest update corrects some errors in raw votes for the 69th session (thanks to Stela Rubinova for pointing these out). Please check back frequently for updates on the ideal point estimates as we are performing some sensitivity tests.
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To identify and quantify all the useful plant, animal, and aquatic species utilized by rural households and communities in the Dryland Systems CRP sites, as well as information on markets attended and general socioeconomic household characteristics. Within each species, the number of types/varieties/breeds at the household-level that are: (a) grown on farm and home garden, or collected from the wild; (b) consumed as part of the diet; and (c) purchased and sold in the study sites. Information was collected for each species on its place of production or collection (farm, home garden, collected in the wild, etc.), the objective for its production or collection (Self-consumption, sale in the market, both), its different uses (food, medicine, animal feed, building material, processing, etc.), seasonality, the number of types, varieties and breeds recognized and used, key characteristics of its seed system (sources of seed, transactions and social relationships), and the water regime associated with its production (rainfed, irrigated, water harvest, etc.). Socioeconomic data collected were: family size, land owned and cultivated, water resources, housing, ownership of consumer goods, sources of income, social networking etc. This information will be used to characterize three dimensions of ABD: (1) diversity in the production system, including on farm and common lands; (2) dietary diversity; and (3) market diversity; in terms of the elements and relationships involved and the exogenous factors that influence their status and dynamics. These data will be the basis for analyzing the roles of ABD (Agricultural Biodiversity) in the lives and livelihoods of these rural populations in order to identify entry points for designing and implementing interventions that contribute to improve their well-being. A household survey with a representative random sample of 50 households per village for the sections/villages sampled for overall baseline survey in the Ntcheu District of Malawi. Data was collected from from sections/villages selcted from extension areas (EPAs). The total sample size is 340 households. Four extenstion planning areas in the Ntcheu District of Malawi were surveyed: Manjawira, Nsipe, Sharpevale and Tsangano
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The questionnaire elicited information on foods consumed and their sources for selected mothers and children of the households interviewed for the ABD-Assessment (24-hour recall); information on young and child feeding practices; and on household food secuirty. All data on foods are classified by food group. In the same households selected for the ABD-Assessment, one woman per household was selected. The first choice of respondent was a woman that had a child between 6 and 59 months old; if no woman was available with a child between 6 and 59 months, the interview was perfomred with the woman that usually takes care of the food preparation in the household. In case there were more women with children between 6 and 59 months living in the household,one of them was selected randomly . The same procedure was done if more than one child of the selected woman is eligible to participate in the study. Four extenstion planning areas in the Ntcheu District of Malawi were surveyed: Manjawira, Nsipe, Sharpevale and Tsangano
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Constam três folhas: 1 - matriz binária com propriedades RiC e taxa (tipologias documentais); 2 - matriz binária simples (processamento em DendroUPGMA); 3 - 3 outputs de DendroUPGMA: matriz bicaudal de similaridade, de distâncias e formato Newick.
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Enterobacter spp. possess chromosomal AmpC beta-lactamases that may be expressed at high levels. Previous studies have demonstrated a risk of relapsed bacteraemia following therapy with third generation cephalosporins (3GCs). What additional factors predict microbiological failure in Enterobacter bacteraemia is unclear. We aimed to determine factors associated with microbiological failure in Enterobacter bacteraemia, and retrospectively identified cases of bacteraemia caused by Enterobacter spp. occurring in four hospitals in New South Wales and Queensland, Australia. Using a case-control design, we determined clinical risk factors for persistence or relapse defined as repeated positive blood cultures collected between 72 hours and up to 28 days post initial positive blood culture.
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Station Names (in Chinese) for 1497 ground monitoring stations with Lat and Long coordinates in Decimal Degrees. (The original data had missing x, y values for 15 of the stations which we have researched and added).
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Replication files for "Disasters and Elections: Estimating the Net Effect of Damage and Relief in Historical Perspective," by Boris Heersink, Brenton D. Peterson, and Jeffery A. Jenkins.
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