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These data correspond to that presented in the manuscript "Local evaporation controlled by regional atmospheric circulation in the Altiplano of the Atacama Desert" by Lobos et al. These data were collected in the E-DATA field campaign, performed in the Salar del Huasco, Chile, on November 2018.
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+ IMU data for 14 subjects (R: right ankle, L: left ankle, W: waist) + Experimental Information + Ground truth
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Gaming has increasingly become a part of life in Africa. Currently, no data on gaming disorders or their association with mental disorders exist for African countries. This exploratory study investigates (1) the prevalence of insomnia, excessive daytime sleepiness, anxiety and depression among African gamers based in Gabon and Tunisia and (2) the association between these conditions and gamer types (i.e., non-problematic, engaged, problematic and addicted). The questionnaire could only be completed once by participants with the same email address, and duplicates and incomplete forms were discarded. Responses were collected in multiple sites based in nine African countries between November 2015 and June 2017 (Rwanda, Gabon, Cameroon, Nigeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Senegal, Ivory Coast and South Africa). Because of local restrictions related to the expiration of some ethical certificates, this dataset currently provides aggregate data from Gabon and Tunisia. Data contained aggregate information describing epidemiology of self-reported measures of insomnia (with the Insomnia Severity Index), excessive daytime sleepiness (with Epworth Sleepiness Scale), anxiety (with Hospital Anxiety and Depression Scale-A), depression (Hospital and Anxiety Depression Scale-D) and gaming disorder (with game addiction scale short form) between gamers in Tunisia and Gabon. The participants who formed this convenience sample were contacted by email. The online questionnaire included a consent form on the second page, following a description of the study in French and English. Consent was required to participate in this project. The average time to answer all questions was 20 minutes. Data available are as follow: mean hours of gaming per week, period from when the participant considered him or herself a gamer, type of device used for gaming purposes, age, sex, and category of gamers. The present research is a pilot investigation which documents sleep disorders, anxiety and depression among an African sample with a focus on gamers. It should be replicated with the general population with a longitudinal cohort study to understand the global picture of gaming disorder. Similarly, more attention should be brought to the sleep health of African populations. More research on gaming addiction needs to be performed in low- and middle-income countries where little is known about internet gaming disorder.
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Original data are collected from https://www.bceao.int/fr/publications/bulletins
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The file presents morphometric variables recorded for Cardisoma crassum in Ecuador. A digital Vernier Calliper was used.
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The SCOPUS and WoS data set for ""TWO DECADES OF RESEARCH ON EARLY CAREER FACULTIES (ECFs): A BIBLIOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF TRENDS ACROSS REGIONS" paper
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The data included in the file were collected and processed for calculation of evaporation rate using bilayered photothermal structures
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The hydrochemical data used to support the findings of this study.
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METHADOLOGY It was observed that Humidity and Temperature were the factors used to derive the Latitude Relation. Hence, a better index was used for this study in the form of Relative Humidity which considers both factors. CORRELATION ANALYSIS Correlation Statistical Tool was used to understand the strength of relationship between the Change in Relative Humidity and the Change in Reported Cases. The Correlation Data Analysis Tool of MS Excel was used for this purpose.
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