Study level data for Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction? A Systematic Review and Meta-AnalysisTorstein Låg & Rannveig Grøm Sæle
This dataset contains the study-level data used in the meta-analyses reported in the review titled Does the Flipped Classroom Improve Student Learning and Satisfaction? A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis'. The analyses summarize evidence from studies comparing a flipped classroom intervention with traditional teaching. There are three tabular files, containing study level data for studies included in analyses for each of the three outcome measures of interest: learning (as measured by continuous measures such as grades,...
Replication Data for: A multi-pathogen screening of captive reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) in Germany based on serological and molecular assaysJavier Sánchez Romano, Lisa Wiegmann, Anna Obiegala, Ingebjørg H. Nymo, Francisco Javier Ancin-Murguzur, Nina Król, Martin Pfeffer & Morten Tryland
A dataset for multi-pathogen screening of captive reindeer (Rangifer tarandus) in Germany based on serological and molecular assays.
R script to process the data and obtain the results described in the article
Dataset for replication of results in the article
This research put the nature and rigidity of linguistic hierarchies to test, taking multiple adjective placement as a case study. We developed an on-line forced choice experiment that measured (i) acceptability judgment ratings and (ii) reaction times, in a big sample of neurotypical, adult speakers of Standard Greek (n=140) and Cypriot Greek (n=30). The task compares what happens when people are asked to process sentences that either comply with or violate allegedly universal ordering constraints...
Test items for monolinguals (experiment 1)
Test items for bidialectals (experiment 2)
Raw data for bidialectals (experiment 2)
Raw data for monolinguals (experiment 1)
Reading key for raw data
About this dataset: This dataset contains ionosonde data in SAO format, and covers data from June 01-30, 1995.About the Tromsø Ionosonde (1993-present): Since 1980, the ionosonde was situated at 69° 35' N, 19° 13' E at Ramfjordmoen near Tromsø, Norway and operated by the Auroral Observatory of the University of Tromsø and later on, in collaboration with QinetiQ. The Lowell ionosonde replaced the Auroral Observatory unit in 1992; see the related publication for details.