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Subject area Business management, Marketing, Customer knowledge management, Customer satisfaction, Customer loyalty More specific subject area Customer Knowledge Management, Satisfaction, Loyalty, Firm Performance Type of data Tables, figures How data was acquired Data were collected essentially by distributing questionnaires to respondents who only resident patients at the private hospitals in jordan Data format Raw, analysed, descriptive and statistical data Parameters for data collection To collect data, a self-administered questionnaire survey was conducted from beginning of the September, 2019 to mid-January 2020 private hospitals in Jordan. The population included only resident patients. Also the questionnaire was consisted of two sections. The first section was personal data. The second section measured the relationshipbe tween customer knowledge management on customer satisfaction, customer loyalty, and firm performance in the Private hospitals, Jordan. Description of data collection Sample consisted of Patients clients for private hospitals in Jordan – Patients clients are the source of data about satisfaction and loyalty indicators - The direct impact of customer knowledge management on firm performance is not fully identified in private hospitals in Jordan - The Mediating role of satisfaction and loyalty on firm performance is not well explored in literature Data source location Private hospitals, Jordan Data accessibility The data is included with this data articale Value of the data • This data describes the direct impact of customer knowledge management on firm performance, and the indirect impact of customer knowledge management on performance through satisfaction and loyalty.
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In order to investigate the dietary pattern of gestational diabetes mellitus (GDM) patients, and assess the relationship between pre-gestational body mass index (BMI), gestational and postpartum glucose tolerance situation in GDM patients. 156 patients diagnosed with GDM from 2016 to 2017 were included in this study. Participants’ dietary energy intake and sources were ascertained and medical nutrition therapy (MNT) was given to them. The oral glucose tolerance test (OGTT) done during gestation and 42 days postpartum was named OGTT1 and ppOGTT, respectively. GDM patients were divided into 6 groups according to their OGTT1-FPG (fasting plasma glucose), OGTT1-1hPG (postprandial glucose) and OGTT1-2hPG results. We found that 73.7% of GDM patients’ energy intake was insufficient, with an insufficient proportion of carbohydrates and protein and an overly sufficient amount of fat. GDM patients who were overweight before pregnancy had a greater risk for higher OGTT1-FPG by a factor of 4.583 compared to patients who had a normal weight (P=0.021, OR=4.583). In addition, an abnormal OGTT1-2h PG was a risk factor for an abnormal ppOGTT (P=0.04). The 156 patients’ original information and statistic methods applied is shown below.
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Results showed that an enhancement of 76% over pure BaTiO3 in recoverable energy storage density (Wrec) has been achieved in hybrid-doped samples, accompanied by a high energy conversion efficiency (η) up to 86%. Hereinto, donor-dominant samples doped with 1% Mn and 1.25% Nb exhibited the highest Wrec and η with excellent thermal stability.
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Datasets supporting manuscript entitled, "Virtual Reality News Use: Antecedents and Effects on Learning about Climate Change."
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ROLE OF PROGNOSTIC NOMOGRAM AND SURVIVAL INDEX IN PROGNOSIS AND THE OUTCOME OF PATIENTS WITH CHRONIC LYMPHOCYTIC LEUKEMIA
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The compressed file contains the data, followed up with a readme file
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Results of bending fatigue tests (R=-1) of 2017-T4 alloy after 7, 14 and 28 days of immersion in 3.5% NaCl solution in running or demineralized water
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Compiled electron microprobe, LA-ICP-MS analyses of experimental run products and additional supporting information.
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Supporting information and data used to produced Figure 3 of the manuscript of the same title, published in Trends in Parasitology. We analyzed the publication trends in mosquito research from 1900-2019. We used the Web of Science global citation database to obtain the list of publications between 1900 and 2019 that had reported effects of environmental factors (both abiotic and biotic) on life-history and behavior of mosquitoes. Our search included abiotic factors such as temperature, precipitation and humidity and biotic factors such as predation, larval nutrition and competition (both intra- and interspecific). The keywords ‘development time’, ‘mass’, ‘size’, ‘longevity’, ‘survival’, ‘egg’, ‘fecundity’, and ‘life history’ were used to identify literature on larval and adult mosquito traits. Similarly, the keywords ‘behavior’, ‘host seek’, ‘host preference’, ‘blood feed’, ‘oviposition’, and ‘activity’ were used to collate research articles on behavior of adult mosquitoes. Variants of every keyword (hyphenated versus non hyphenated, British versus American spelling differences, etc.,) were carefully taken into consideration to ensure the accuracy of search results. Every publication identified by the Web of Science search was scored based on the number of traits and behaviors reported. These publication-wise scores were then used to calculate the cumulative score for every mosquito trait and behavior listed above. These cumulative scores determine the width of each of the lines (connecting the independent and dependent variables) depicted in the connectome (see figure in the article). The list of publications we fetched in our search is available in two spreadsheets listed below. We analyzed the data and visualized the connectome using the circlize package in R software v3.4.2. Complete datasets and R code are contained in the 3 files enclosed: 1. Larval and adult traits: S3_Larval_adult_traits.csv 2. Adult behavior: S3_Adult_behavior.csv 3. R code: S3_Code.R
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data set for an online study exploring the role of the decoy effect in sustainable food choice
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