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Data underlying the paper: Automated Discovery of Process Models from Event Logs: Review and Benchmark

Augusto, A. (Adriano), Conforti, R. (Raffaele), Dumas, M. (Marlon), La Rosa, M. (Marcello), Maggi, F.M. (Fabrizio Maria), Marrella, A. (Andrea), Mecella, M. (Massimo) & Soo, A. (Allar)
This dataset comprises the public event logs used in the study "Automated Discovery of Process Modelsfrom Event Logs: Review and Benchmark" by Adriano Augusto, Raffaele Conforti, Marlon Dumas, Marcello La Rosa,Fabrizio Maria Maggi, Andrea Marrella, Massimo Mecella, and Allar Soo. The dataset contains 12 publicly available of the event logs of the IEEE Task Force on Process Mining - Event Logs, of which 7 have been pre-processed to remove infrequent behavior.

Sharing and re-using open data: a case study of motivations in astrophysics

Zuiderwijk-Van Eijk, A.M.G. (Anneke)
This study sought to provide in-depth insight about the complex interaction of factors influencing motivations for sharing and re-using open research data within a single discipline, namely astrophysics. We identified the following research questions.1. What discipline-specific characteristics influence motivation for sharing and re-using open research data?2. What factors influence researcher’s motivations to openly share their data? 3. What factors influence researcher’s motivations to re-use open research data shared by others? 4. How can researchers in...

MODIS-based Daily Lake Ice Extent and Coverage Dataset for Tibetan Plateau

Qiu, Y. (Yubao), Xie, P. (Pengfei), Leppäranta, M. (Matti), Wang, X. (Xingxing), Lemmetyinen, J. (Juha), Lin, H. (Hui) & Shi, L. (Lijuan)
The Tibetan Plateau houses numerous lakes, the phenology and duration of lake ice in this region are sensitive to regional and global climate change, and as such are used as key indicators in climate change research, particularly in environment change comparison studies for the Earth three poles. However, due to its harsh natural environment and sparse population, there is a lack of conventional in situ measurement on lake ice phenology. The Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer...

Unprocessed Accelerometer and Tiltmeter Data from Fraeylemaborg, Slochteren, during 08.08.2018 Appingedam Earthquake of ML1.9

Bal, I.E. (Ihsan Engin), Smyrou, E. (Eleni) & Dais, D. (Dimitris)
Unprocessed (raw) acceleration and low-frequency tilt data from SHM (Structural Health Monitoring) network at Fraeylemaborg in Slochteren, Netherlands. The data is produced by Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Research Centre of Built Environment NoorderRuimte, Research Group on Earthquake Resistant Structures () with the courtesy of Stichting Fraeylemaborg () and in cooperation with BuildinG (). The tiltmeter is produced and operated by StabiAlert ().

Data underlying the paper: Response of extreme precipitating cell structures to atmospheric warming

Lochbihler, K.U. (Kai), Lenderink, G. (Geert) & Siebesma, A. P. (Pier)
The data set was produced within the project Space2rain funded by the Netherlands Organisation for Scientific Research (NWO). For a full description of the used methods, the results and further details about this work, see the related publication.

Data from the paper "Do tidally-generated inertial waves heat the subsurface oceans of Europa and Enceladus?"

Rovira Navarro, M. (Marc)
Data presented in the Figures of the paper:"Do tidally-generated inertial waves heat the subsurface oceans of Europa and Enceladus?"

Data presented in the paper "Consumer and host body size effects on the removal of trematode cercariae by ambient communities"

Welsh, J.E. (Jennifer), Hempel, A. (Anke), Markovic, M. (Mirjana), Van Der Meer, J. (Jaap) & Thieltges, D.W. (David)
Summary of experiment: Four intertidal species known to interfer with the transmission of hinasthla elongata cercariae were tested to see if their body size affects the number of cercariae removed. One individual was The effect of dilutor size on removal rates of cercariae was investigated in laboratory experiments by determining removal rates of five size categories of each dilutor species (Table 1). In addition, a sixth treatment without dilutors served as a control to account...

Benchmarks and code underlying the publication: The Median Routing Problem for simultaneous planning of emergency response and non-emergency jobs

Huizing, D. (Dylan)
This is a collection of the 406 benchmark instances described in the linked publication, as well as a Python implementation of the described solution methods The goal of this entry is to ensure reproducibility of the results in the paper mentioned above. (Huizing, D., Schäfer, G., van der Mei, R., Bhulai, S. (2019). The Median Routing Problem for simultaneous planning of emergency response and non-emergency jobs.)

Statistical Tables of China High Speed Railway and Japanese Shinkansen

Gu, X. (Xiaoyan) & Lu, K. (Kaihua)
These data are the statistical tables of the current operating lines and transfer stations of China's high-speed railway and Japan's Shinkansen (up to the end of 2018). Data are collected from China's high-speed rail network and Baidu Japan Shinkansen inquiry. In the first table of the statistical tables of China's high-speed railway and Japan's Shinkansen, the first column is the operation line, followed by the transfer station and terminal station on the line. In the...

Results of surveillance data, weather forecast and air traffic control operational data analysis

Rudnyk, J. (Julia)
This data collection contains the estimated distributions of the air traffic control instructions, aircraft bank angle, aircraft speed settings, atmospheric temperature, temporary level-offs, aircraft vertical speed and wind conditions.

Colombian National Railway Company Accounts 1909-1928

Primmer, A. (Andrew)
Accounting records of the Colombian National Railway Company, underlying the paper: "British overseas railway investment and economic development: the Colombian National Railway Company and its impact on the Colombian Interior.”

Fracture Network Patterns from the Parmelan Anticline, France

Prabhakaran, R. (Rahul), Bruna, P.O. (Pierre-Olivier), Bertotti, G. (Giovanni), Smeulders, D. (David) & Meda. M. (Marco)
Fracture patterns in the Parmelan Anticline (Bornes Massif, France), digitised from drone photogrammetry using an automated fracture extraction tool. The fracture traces are georeferenced to a local coordinate system (EPSG:32632, WGS 84 / UTM zone 32N). The data contains: - shapefile of the fracture network, basemap orthomosaic and P21 fracture intensity raster.

Fracture Network Patterns from the Brejões Outcrop, Irecê Basin, Brazil

Prabhakaran, R. (Rahul), Boersma, Q. (Quinten), Bezerra, F.H.R. (Francisco) & Bertotti, G. (Giovanni)
Fracture patterns in the Neoproterozoic carbonates of the Salitre Formation from the Brejoes outcrop, Irece Basin,Brazil, digitised from drone photogrammetry using an automated fracture extraction tool. The fracture traces are georeferenced to a local coordinate system (EPSG:32724, WGS 84 / UTM zone 24S). The data contains: - shapefile of the fracture network, basemap orthomosaic and P21 fracture intensity raster

Data underlying “Multi-Scale monitoring and modelling of the Kapuas River Delta”

Kästner, K. (Karl), Vermeulen, B. (Bart), Hoitink, A.J.F. (Ton) & Geertsema, T. J. (Tjitske)
unprocessed raw data:- water level (pressure gauge)- velocity (boat mounted VADCP and HADCP)- turbulence (bottom mounted coupled VADCP)- bathymetry (single beam)- side scan sonar- bed material grain size- water samples (suspended sediment concentration)- particle size (lisst casts)- salinity (gauged)

Data presented in the paper "Understanding how leaf traits affect sediment stabilisation by seagrass: the effect of grazing and invasive species"

James, R.K. (Rebecca), Christianen, M.J.A. (Marjolijn), Van Katwijk, M.M. (Marieke), De Smit, J.C. (Jaco), Bakker, L. (Liesbeth), Van Der Heide, T. (Tjisse), Herman, P.M.J. (Peter) & Bouma, T.J. (Tjeerd)
Utilising two portable field-flumes that simulate unidirectional versus oscillatory flow regimes, we compared sediment stabilisation ability of monospecific patches of two native (Thalassia testudinum and Syringodium filiforme) and one invasive (Halophila stipulacea) seagrass species in situ, and compared the effect of three levels of megaherbivore grazing: ungrazed, lightly grazed and intensively grazed Thalassia testudinum.

SEAWAD: SEdiment supply At the WAdden Sea ebb-tidal Delta

Delft University Of Technology, Utrecht University & University Of Twente
SEAWAD aimed to gain new knowledge on the processes driving sediment transport and benthic species distribution in dynamic delta environments. A large-scale field campaign has been carried out on the ebb-tidal delta of Ameland Inlet, a basin of the Wadden Sea in the Netherlands.The dataset obtained from the field campaign consists of: (i) bathymetry data from single beam and multibeam measurements; (ii) flow, waves, sediment concentration, conductivity and temperature, bedforms and pressure; (iii) bed composition...

Kustgenese 2.0

Rijkswaterstaat & Deltares
The Kustgenese 2.0 program aims at generating knowledge to enable well founded decisions on the policy and management of the Dutch coastal system as of 2020. Field campaigns have been carried out at the Ameland Inlet and the deeper foreshore area of the Wadden islands Ameland and Terschelling as well as offshore of Noordwijk at the Holland coast. The dataset contains bathymetry, flow, waves, sediment, macro benthic species and meteorological data.

Cities of Making pattern language cards testing set

Hausleitner, B. (Birgit), Muñoz Sanz, V. (Victor), Hill, A.V. (Adrian), Meyer, V.J. (Han), Croxford, B. (Ben), Domenech Aparisi, T. (Teresa), Warden, J. (Josie), Vanin, F. (Fabio), Orban, A. (Alexandre), Aramburu, O. (Octavio), Nakhle, L. (Lise), Laura Rebreanu & Rebreanu, L. (Laura)
The Cities of Making pattern language testing card set represents the first version of a planning instrument used in different settings to be tested for application. The instrument is developed for different stakeholders concerned with urban development, who aim for integrating manufacturing in European cities. The instrument includes relevant (design) solutions from the fields of spatial design, governance and materials and technology.

A 439-year daily discharge dataset (1861 - 2299) for the upper Yangtze River, China

Gao, C. (Chao), Su, B. (Buda), Jiang, T. (Tong), Zha, Q. (Qianyu), Chen, C. (Cai) & Luo, G. (Gang)
The Yangtze River is one of the most important rivers in China with the longest hydrological observations. As changes in runoff at the Cuntan station in the upper Yangtze directly influence the water supply of the Three Gorges Project, establishing a long-term runoff series at the Cuntan can support the water management strategies of the Yangtze. To the best of our knowledge, this study is the first attempt to simulate river discharge of the Yangtze...

Public Benchmark Dataset for Testing rPPG Algorithm Performance

Hoffman, W.F.C. (Wouter) & Lakens, D. (Daniël)
The current needs in remote photoplethysmography (rPPG) research were investigated and it was concluded there is a lack of reproducibility and comparability in the current rPPG research. Three main challenges for rPPG algorithms were defined and incorporated in the dataset; lighting & skin tone, motion robustness and high heart rates & pulse-rate change robustness. Videos accompanied by ECG measurements were recorded to create test material for these challenges.

Unprocessed Accelerometer Data from Fraeylemaborg, Slochteren, during 22.05.2019 Westerwijtwerd Earthquake of ML3.4

Bal, I.E. (Ihsan Engin) & Smyrou, E. (Eleni)
Unprocessed (raw) data from SHM (Structural Health Monitoring) network at Fraeylemaborg in Slochteren, Netherlands. The data is produced by Hanze University of Applied Sciences, Research Centre of Built Environment NoorderRuimte, Research Group on Earthquake Resistant Structures (www.eqresearch.nl) with the courtesy of Stichting Fraeylemaborg (www.fraeylemaborg.nl) and in cooperation with BuildinG (www.building.nl). The relevant earthquake data (time, location etc.) are given in the data file.

Dividend and Income Related - USA S&P 500 Data (2008-2018)

Shreyansh G. (Goyal)
The data set has been created to compare the growth controlled discounted value of dividend payouts of firms across time. The opportunity cost is calculated by measuring the 3 year percentage change in S&P 500 index value. The dividend payouts are calculated preferably as cash dividends paid (including taxes) divided by net income. The growth rate in income is calculated by measuring 3 year change in net income controlling for extraordinary expenses

Rapid gate-based spin read-out in silicon using an on-chip resonator

Zheng, G. (Guoji), Samkharadze, N. (Nodar), Noordam, M.L. (Marc), Kalhor, N. (Nima), Brousse, D. (Delphine), Sammak, A. (Amir), Scappucci, G. (Giordano) & Vandersypen, L.M.K. (Lieven)
Data and Matlab scripts to generate all the data figures underlying the article "Rapid gate-based spin read-out in silicon using an on-chip resonator" in Nature Nanotechnology 2019. [ Correspondence to: g.zheng@tudelft.nl and l.m.k.vandersypen@tudelft.nl]

Data underlying the research on Aortic lengths of the subjects estimated from CT images with jugulum to symphysis distance and demographic and anthropometric parameters

Zemtsovskaja, G. (Galina), Samarin, A. (Andrei) & Pilt, K. (Kristjan)
The objective of collected dataset was to develop multi-parameter linear models for the estimation of aortic length. The aortic length was determined using the CT images. The jugulum to symphysis distance was measured from body surface with a tape. The demographic and anthropometric parameters were determined either through measurement (e.g. weight of the subject) or using questionnaire.

Dataset of maritime traffic safety influencing factors for autonomous ships' maneuvering decisions

Xue, J. (Jie), Van Gelder, P.H.A.J.M. (Pieter), Reniers, G.L.L. (Genserink), Papadimitriou, E. (Eleonora) & Wu, C. (Chaozhong)
Maritime shipping is the lifeblood of the global economy, and ship maneuvering decisions are influenced by several factors. Autonomous ships have outstanding advantages in improving operational efficiency, safety management, decision-making efficiency, and energy consumption management of ships, so research for autonomous ships has become an inevitable tendency for future ship development, and gained the interest of many researchers in both academia and private sectors. Based on experimental data of experienced seafarers (captains/chief officers) and using...

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