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Figures in support of 27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid

Smyth
This is the recorded data corresponding to the graphs provided in the published paper “27.5 W/m2 collection efficiency solar laser using a diffuse scattering cooling liquid”. Figure 2A: The absorption as a function of ray incident angle for 98% and 0% diffuse reflectivity. Figure 2B: Modelled solar absorption in Nd:YAG rod as a function of reflectivity of diffuse scatterer in contact with the side wall of the rod. Figure 4: Modelled laser output power as...

Imprinting of Glass Fleming, Goldie & Abdolvand Opt Mater Express 2015

Lauren Fleming, David Goldie & Amin Abdolvand
A diffractive optical element is fabricated in soda-lime float glass using a simple and inexpensive process. The glass is sandwiched between a mesh anode (lattice constant 2 μm) and a flat metal cathode. Applying a direct current while at a moderately elevated temperature of 553 K induces thermal poling of the glass. The result is that the structured pattern of the electrode is imprinted on the glass as the electric field causes ion depleted regions...

Chemical composition of different sources of diesel fuel

Nic Daeid & Mat-Desa
Diesel samples were collected directly from eight different public fuelling stations in Glasgow, Scotland. Samples of 10, 25, 50, 75, 90, and 95% evaporated product were prepared, resulting in 56 samples in total which were analyzed using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry.

Macro Micro Studio

Neil Burford, Rod Jones, Stephen Reynolds & David Rodley
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Changes in autofluorescence based organoid model of muscle invasive urinary bladder cancer

Scott Palmer
Dataset related to the named publication by Palmer et al in Biomedical Optics Express regarding autofluorescence spectroscopy of the endogenous fluorophores collagen, elastin, NADH and flavins in a developing lab based model of muscle invasive urinary bladder cancer. Data from spectroscopy measurements is included in the form of an excel spreadsheet, including day (0-21), sample number, opinion (1 = control, 2 = cancer organoid) and the values of amplitude of fluorescence and diagnostic ratios given...

Myosin II-mediated cell shape changes and cell intercalation contribute to primitive streak formation

Emil Rozbicki, Manli Chuai, Antti I. Karjalainen, Feifei Song, Helen M. Sang, René Martin, Hans-Joachim Knölker, Michael P. MacDonald & Cornelis J. Weijer
The dataset shown represents a timelapse sequence showing cell and tissue dynamics during primitive streak formation in chick embryo. The data were acquired using Myr-GFP embryos and a custom built light-sheet microscope. The sequence shows the developmental period covering the time interval from the freshly laid egg (stage EGXIII), prior to the onset of tissue movement until the end of the formation of the primitive streak (Stage HH4). Shown here is only one of the...

Recorded Observation in Care Homes from BESiDE Study

Lesley J. McIntrye & Ian Ruaraidh Harrison
This data-set contains information of recorded ethnographic observations (utilising an adapted form of the AEIOU heuristic) from five urban care homes in the UK. These observations are formatted in both transcribed and coded tables and as scans of original field notes. The data set includes method statements describing the process of data capture. Affinity mapping was employed to open-code the data and develop a code book. Five high-level spatial qualities emerged: Spatial Legibility, Spatial Interconnectedness,...

Open access data for 'Measurements of nonlinear lensing in a semiconductor disk laser gain sample under optical pumping and using a resonant femtosecond probe laser', Applied Physics Letters 109, 121113 (2016).

Adrian H. Quarterman, Shamil Mirkhanov, C. J. C. Smyth & Keith Wilcox
Data for figures 2a 2b 2c and 3 in Measurements of nonlinear lensing in a semiconductor disk laser gain sample under optical pumping and using a resonant femtosecond probe laser. Applied Physics Letters 109. 121113. 2016. Excel spreadsheet includes the data plotted in each figure section as labelled. See published manuscript for further detail.

Chemical composition of different sources of petrol

Nic Daeid & Mat-Desa
Petrol samples were collected directly from nine different public fuelling stations in Glasgow, Scotland. Samples of 10, 25, 50, 75, 90, and 95% evaporated product were prepared, resulting in 63 samples in total which were analyzed using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry.

Combined GWAS of metaformin glycaemic reponse in 1372 GoDARTS patients

Kaixin Zhou
This dataset includes the GWAS screening results that were used to the supplementary Figure 1 in the paper “Variation in the Glucose Transporter gene SLC2A2 is associated with glycaemic response to metformin” by Zhou et al. in Nature Genetics. Brief descriptions of the 12 columns in this file are in the following table. Column Descriptions SNP SNP identifier CHR Chromosome BP Base pair (NCBI build 36) EFFECT_ALLELE The effect allele NMISS Number of subjects in...

Charting the Digital Lifespan Work Package 1 Interview Guides: Digital Experience at Life Transitions 2

Kathryn Orzech & Wendy Moncur
This file includes the interview guides from the EPSRC-funded Charting the Digital Lifespan project [PI: Moncur. EPSRC Reference EP/L00383X/1]. This project investigated digital personhood and digital experience at the life transitions of leaving secondary school, becoming a parent, and retiring from work in the UK. This file contains three Interview guides, used to structure interviews with individuals at each life transition point. The guides set out questions and also notes (including types of internet activity...

Tweets from #leadersdebate (2015 UK General Election TV Debates)

Nick Taylor
Tweets using #leadersdebate hashtag collected during ITV Leader's Debate on 2nd April 2015 in the lead-up to the 2015 UK General Election. 100 tweets were requested from the Search API every 30 seconds, beginning at the start of the debate and continuing for approximately 90 minutes afterwards. Retweets were excluded. 772 tweets (every 20th message) were analysed and are provided here. Due to licensing restrictions, only the tweet IDs can be made available. Users of...

Social Printers study data (2016 Scottish Election and EU Referendum debates)

Katerina Gorkovenko
Social Printers were a network of devices that allowed users to send messages that would be printed out on every device. These were given to households during the Scottish Elections 2016 and the EU Referendum 2016, who used them for anonymous discussion during political television programming. This dataset comprises the messages that were sent and interviews conducted with participants before and after the study. This work was carried out by Katerina Gorkovenko as part of...

Analysis of coupled axial and lateral deformation of roots in soil — figure data

Meijer , Muir Wood, Knappett, Bengough & Liang Teng
This data archive is linked to the following publication: ‘Analysis of coupled axial and lateral deformation of roots in soil’ by G.J. Meijer, D. Muir Wood, J.A. Knappett, A.G. Bengough and T. Liang, as published in the International Journal for Analytical and Numerical Methods in Geomechanics (https://doi.org/10.1002/nag.2880). This data achieve contains all data required to replot any graph in this manuscript (Figures 8-18 and 20-22). Note that this paper is covered by a CC-BY license,...

Dundee ADHD continuing care proforma (revised)

David Coghill, Sze Chong Lim, Lilia Gomez Flores & Sarah Seth
These are two proforma (one for males the other for females) that facilitate the recording of clinical information about the ongoing clinical status of children and adolescents receiving treatment for ADHD. Whilst the Dundee ADHD care pathway has recorded similar clinical information in a standardised way for the last 10 years the previous clinical records required a new document for each clinic visit. This made it more difficult to assess the development of clinical response...

Models of Antenatal Care: a pilot study to explore a new quality care framework

Symon
Systematic reviews (e.g. Sandall et al. 2015) have demonstrated a link between midwifery-led continuity of care models and improved Clinical, Psychosocial and Organisational (CPO) outcomes, including preterm birth and breastfeeding rates. However, the underlying causal mechanisms within these models are not understood, and trial reports rarely detail all the relevant contextual factors for the intervention and control groups. This pilot study will test the use of focus groups with service users and providers across NHS...

Air Pistol Pellet Dataset

Hamzah & Nic Daeid
Projectiles from a newly purchased air pistol with 0.177 calibre pellets (unjacketed) were fired a series of pellets and were examined using an optical microscope.

Confocal microscopy images

Wang
Confocal microscopy images: All of the samples after shear stress treatment were observed using Leica confocal microscopy. The images show fields of view under microscopy. Excel chart for data analysis: Bacterial counting was performed by the software Image J, and analysed using Excel.

Accelerometer localization

Stephen McKenna & Sebastian Stein
Accelerometer localization With accelerometers becoming increasingly ubiquitous (through, e.g., smartphones and tablets) there is a growing interest in fusing accelerometer data with visual data. Combining these sensor types has strong potential as they provide complementary information. While accelerometers capture subtleties in the movement of the device, computer vision may, for example, put this information into spatial context and into relation with other entities. This dataset captures the problem of localizing an accelerometer in the visual...

Chemical composition of different medium petroleum distillates (MPD)

Nic Daeid & Mat-Desa
Petrol samples were collected directly from nine different public fuelling stations in Glasgow, Scotland. Samples of 10, 25, 50, 75, 90, and 95% evaporated product were prepared, resulting in 63 samples in total which were analyzed using gas chromatography–mass spectrometry.

Whole Genome Sequencing Variant Call Files for Trypanosoma brucei clones resistant to nifurtimox or fexinidazole

Alan Fairlamb, Bernado Foth & Matthew Berriman
Genomic DNA prepared from parental and drug resistant clones from T.brucei was sequenced on an Illumina HiSeq 2000 sequencer. The Illumina data were aligned against the T.brucei TREU927 reference genome and variants were called using SAMtools v0.1.19 and BCF tools. The files are in variant call format listing all 190064 genomic positions at which any one of the six drug-resistant and the parental parasite lines had a variant call.

Ardler Inventor Days

Loraine Clarke & Nick Taylor
Anonymised data collected from a one-day Inventor Kits workshop held as part of the EPSRC Hacking for Situated Civic Engagement projects. The dataset includes transcripts of interviews held with participants and researchers after the event. Further information about this work can be found in: Taylor, N., Clarke, L., Skelly, M. and Nevay, S. (2018). Strategies for engaging communities in creating physical civic technologies. Proceedings of CHI 2018.

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