Data for "The Dynamics of Groundwater Markets: Price Leadership and Groundwater Demand Elasticity in the Murrumbidgee, Australia"De Bonviller, S. (Simon), Wheeler, S.A. (Sarah Ann) & Zuo, A. (Alec)
Data underlying the paper 'The Dynamics of Groundwater Markets: Price Leadership and Groundwater Demand Elasticity in the Murrumbidgee, Australia', submitted to Applied Economics.
This dataset contains data collected during in assignment 1 of the TU Delft MOOC Open Science: Sharing Your Research with the World https://www.edx.org/course/open-science-sharing-your-research-with-the-world. It is being made public both to act as supplementary data for future publications and to allow the course learners to gain access the output of the course.The data in this data set was collected during the MOOC run period, November 2018. The results have been anonymized and the participants gave consensus...
Raw data from Yellow Sticky Traps with insects for training of deep learning Convolutional Neural Network for object detectionNieuwenhuizen, A.T. (Ard), Hemming, J. (Jochen), Janssen, D. (Dirk), Suh, H.K. (Hyun), Bosmans, L. (Lien), Sluydts, V. (Vincent), Brenard, N. (Nathalie), Rodríguez, E. (Estefanía) & Tellez, M.D.M. (Maria Del Mar)
On yellow sticky traps that were hanging in commercial greenhouses, insects were collected. The following insects were annotated on the yellow sticky traps: Whitefly, Macrolophus and Nesidiocoris. The dataset is suited to training deep learning convolutional neural networks for object detection.
Data underlying the paper: "Fracture Mechanisms and Microstructure in a Medium Mn Quenching and Partitioning Steel Exhibiting Macrosegregation"Celada-Casero, C. (Carola), Hidalgo, J. (Javier) & Santofimia, M.J. (Maria)
The raw and processed data required to reproduce the findings of the research study "Fracture Mechanisms and Microstructure in a Medium Mn Quenching and Partitioning Steel Exhibiting Macrosegregation" are provided within two excel documents for the two experimental techniques used:- Dilatometry - Raw data & Analysis- Tensile tests
Data underlying the article: Composite layup effect on the failure mechanism of single lap bonded jointsKupski, J.A. (Julian), Teixeira De Freitas, S. (Sofia), Zarouchas, D. (Dimitrios), Benedictus, R. (Rinze) & Camanho, P.P. (Pedro)
Single lap bonded joints with four different composite adherend stacking sequences were tested and numerically simulated. The aim was to evaluate the effect of the layups on the quasi-static tensile failure of the bonded joints. The study shows that increasing the adherends bending stiffness postpones the damage initiation in the joint. However, this is no longer valid for final failure. The ultimate load is influenced by how the damage progresses. For similar bending stiffness, a...
Data underlying the paper: Spatiotemporal patterns of extreme sea levels along the western North-Atlantic coastsMuis, S. (Sanne), Ward, P.J. (Philip), Aerts, J.C.J.H. (Jeroen), Verlaan, M. (Martin), Winsemius, H.C. (Hessel) & Lin, N. (Ning)
ATSR (Atlantic Tide and Surge Reanalysis) provides time-series of tides and surges from 1988-2015 for the western North-Atlantic coastline. Simulations are based on the Global Tide and Surge Model version 2.0. Tropical cyclones are explicitly included based on the Extended Best Track dataset and parametric cyclone model (Holland, 1980).
Supplementary data for the article: External human-machine interfaces on automated vehicles: Effects on pedestrian crossing decisions.De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost), De Clercq, G. K. (Koen), Dietrich, A. (André), Núñez Velasco, J. P. (Pablo) & Happee, R. (Riender)
Supplementary data for the article: De Clercq, G. K., Dietrich, A., Núñez Velasco, P., De Winter, J. C F., & Happee, R. (in press). External human-machine interfaces on automated vehicles: Effects on pedestrian crossing decisions. Human Factors.
YUTPA stands for ‘being with You in Unity of Time, Place and Action’. It consists of 4 dimensions and in each of the dimensions are a number of variables being assessed. The participants made trade-offs between the 4 dimensions, to shape presence and the conditions for trust formation.
Supplementary material for the article: Correlates of self-reported driving aberrations in Tehran: A study at the level of drivers and districtsSahebi, S. (Sina), Nassiri, H. (Habibollah) & De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost)
Supplementary data for the paper: Sahebi, S., Nassiri, H., & De Winter, J. C. F. (2019). Correlates of self-reported driving aberrations in Tehran: A study at the level of drivers and districts. Transportation Research Part F.
Nzoia WeShareIt provides policymakers with an understanding of the complexity of making water allocation trade-offs between food, energy and nature. It is a multi-player hybrid cooperation game, that was designed and applied in 2016. The game was designed by the Delft University of Technology, in collaboration with Moi University. Design of the original WeShareIt focused on the Nile Basin. The Nile river is one of the longest rivers in the world with a basin area...
Data presented in the paper “Flow-divergence feedbacks control propagule retention by in-stream vegetation: the importance of spatial patterns for facilitation”Cornacchia, L. (Loreta), Van Der Wal, D. (Daphne), Van De Koppel, J. (Johan), Puijalon, S. (Sara), Wharton, G. (Geraldene) & Bouma, T.J. (Tjeerd)
The research objective was to investigate the main factors affecting the ability of patches of the submerged macrophyte Callitriche platycarpa to influence the dispersal of other aquatic plant species, by trapping vegetative fragments. Hence, we tested the role of propagule traits, spatial patch configuration and hydrodynamic forcing on the number of fragments trapped in a flume laboratory experiment. Moreover, we tested the role of submerged vegetation cover and structure on fragment retention through a field...
Supplementary data for the paper: Rolling out the red (and green) carpet: supporting driver decision making in automation-to-manual transitionsEriksson, A. (Alexander), Petermeijer, S. M. (Bastiaan) & De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost)
Supplementary data for the paper: Eriksson, A.*, Petermeijer, S. M.*, Zimmerman, M., De Winter, J. C. F., Bengler, K. J., & Stanton, N. (in press). Rolling out the red (and green) carpet: supporting driver decision making in automation to manual transitions. IEEE Transactions on Human-Machine Systems. . (* = joint first authors)
Large-scale experiments conducted in the CIEM wave flume at the Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Barcelona, focused on hydrodynamics and sand transport under breaking waves. The SINBAD database contains datasets corresponding to two experimental campaigns: 1) a mobile-bed experiment; 2) a fixed-bed experiment. This is the mobile bed experimental dataset.
This package contains the LPML and LPMLE3 codes which has been cleaned up for external use. The codes are an updated version belonging to the publications:Determining groundwater-surface water exchange from temperature-time series: Combining a local polynomial method with a maximum likelihood estimator by G. Vandersteen, U. Schneidewind, C. Anibas, C. Schmidt, P. Seuntjens and O. BatelaanLPMLE3: A novel 1-D approach to study water flow in streambeds using heat as a tracer by U. Schneidewind, M....
Data presented in the paper “Turbulence-mediated facilitation of resource uptake in patchy stream macrophytes”Cornacchia, L. (Loreta), Licci, S. (Sofia), Nepf, H. (Heidi), Folkard, A.M. (Andrew), Van Der Wal, D. (Daphne), Van De Koppel, J. (Johan), Puijalon, S. (Sara) & Bouma, T.J. (Tjeerd)
This dataset contains the experimental data presented in the paper “Turbulence-mediated facilitation of resource uptake in patchy stream macrophyte”, with the above contributors as authors, submitted to Limnology and Oceanography. The dataset contains the underlying data (flume hydrodynamic and NH4+ uptake rate measurements) presented in the manuscript.
There are three datasets:1. Pre-game questionnaire responses to 18 questions using the Propensity to Trust Scale (PTS);2. Post-game questionnaire responses to 18 questions using the Propensity to Trust Scale (PTS);3. In-game data collected during the trading round of 7 game sessions held in Nzoia River Basin. It consists of data on the county governments that are buying or selling, what they exchange (food or hydro-electric energy), for how much, to which county government does they...
Data presented in the paper “Plants face the flow in V-formation: a study of plant patch alignment in streams”Cornacchia, L. (Loreta), Folkard, A.M. (Andrew), Davies, G. (Grieg), Grabowski, R. (Robert), Van De Koppel, J. (Johan), Van Der Wal, D. (Daphne), Wharton, G. (Geraldene), Puijalon, S. (Sara) & Bouma, T.J. (Tjeerd)
This dataset contains the field observations and experimental data presented in the paper “Plants face the flow in V-formation: a study of plant patch alignment in streams”, with the above contributors as authors, submitted to Limnology and Oceanography. The dataset contains the underlying data (drag and hydrodynamic measurements, and temporal in-stream vegetation surveys) presented in the manuscript.
GPS data of Herring Gulls for analysis of the relationship between site fidelity and time-activity budgetsVan Donk, S.C. (Susanne)
The datasets used for the analysis of the level of site fidelity and time-activity budgets. The dataset includes the different individuals with their GPS fixes, behaviour (when available) and habitat.
Data underlying the paper: A data-driven model for constraint of present-day glacial isostatic adjustment in North AmericaSimon, K.M. (Karen), Riva, R. (Riccardo), Kleinherenbrink, M. (Marcel) & Tangdamrongsub, N. (Natthachet)
Model predictions to accompany the paper: Simon, K.M., Riva, R.E.M., Kleinherenbrink, M., and Tangdamrongsub, N. (2017). A data-driven model for constraint of present-day glacial isostatic adjustment in North America. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 474: 322-333, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2017.06.046.
Data underlying the paper: Intrinsic Stacking domains in graphene on silicon carbide: a pathway for intercalationDe Jong, T.A. (Tobias), Jobst, J. (Johannes) & Krasovskii, E. E. (Eugene)
This dataset contains a Low Energy Electron Microscopy (LEEM) bright field spectroscopic image series of a region of few layer graphene on Silicon Carbide, two inequivalent dark field spectroscopic image series of the same region, a bright field time series of the same region during deintercalation of the intercalated hydrogen and ab initio calculated dark field spectra, as well as abstracted dark field spectra for bilayer and trilayer graphene for the same Dark Field geometry....
Data presented in the paper "Quantifying bed level change at the transition of tidal flat and salt marsh: can we understand the lateral location of the marsh edge?"Willemsen, P. (Pim), Borsje, B.W. (Bas), Hulscher, S.J.M.H. (Suzanne), Van Der Wal, D. (Daphne), Zhu, Z. (Zhenchang), Oteman, B. (Bas), Evans, B. (Ben), Bouma, T.J. (Tjeerd) & Möller, I. (Iris)
Bed level dynamics at the interface of the salt marsh and tidal flat have been highlighted as a key factor connecting the long-term bio-geomorphological development of the marsh to large-scale physical forcing. Hence, we aim to obtain insight into the factors confining the location of the marsh edge (i.e., boundary between tidal flat and salt marsh). A unique dataset was collected, containing measurements of daily bed level changes (i.e., integrative result of physical forcing and...
The glacial isostatic adjustment signal at present-day in northern Europe and the British Isles estimated from geodetic observations and geophysical modelsSimon, K.M. (Karen), Riva, R. (Riccardo), Kleinherenbrink, M. (Marcel) & Frederikse, T. (Thomas)
Model predictions to accompany the paper: Simon, K.M., Riva, R.E.M., Kleinherenbrink, M., and Frederikse, T., 2018, "The glacial isostatic adjustment signal at present-day in northern Europe and the British Isles estimated from geodetic observations and geophysical models", Solid Earth, doi:10.5194/se-2018-8.
Comparison of 432 Pseudomonas strains through integration of genomic, functional, metabolic and expression dataKoehorst, J.J. (Jasper Jan)
Pseudomonas is a highly versatile genus containing species that can be harmful to humans and plants while others are widely used for bioengineering and bioremediation. We analysed 432 sequenced Pseudomonas strains by integrating results from a large scale functional comparison using protein domains with data from six metabolic models, nearly a thousand transcriptome measurements and four large scale transposon mutagenesis experiments. Through heterogeneous data integration we linked gene essentiality, persistence and expression variability. The pan-genome...
Supplementary data for the following paper "Effects of mental demands on situation awareness during platooning: A driving simulator study"Heikoop, D.D. (Daniel), De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost), Van Arem, B. (Bart) & Stanton, N.A. (Neville)
-Supplementary data for the following paper: Heikoop, D., De Winter, J. C. F., Van Arem, B., & Stanton, N. A. (2018). Effects of mental demands on situation awareness during platooning: A driving simulator study. Transportation Research Part F.
Regional soil moisture monitoring network in the Raam catchment in the Netherlands - 2016-04 / 2017-04 (corrected)Benninga, H.F. (Harm-Jan), Carranza, C.D. (Coleen), Pezij, M. (Michiel), Van Der Ploeg, M.J. (Martine), Augustijn, D.C.M. (Denie) & Van Der Velde, R. (Rogier)
Note: The original dataset (https://data.4tu.nl/repository/uuid:dc364e97-d44a-403f-82a7-121902deeb56) contains errors. Some loggers were not correctly set to cope with daylight saving time differences. Therefore, some data are incorrectly shifted by an hour. This shift is corrected in this dataset.Original text:The Raam soil moisture measurement network dataset contains soil moisture and soil temperature measurements for 15 locations in the Raam, which is a 223-km2 river catchment in the southeast of the Netherlands. The network monitors soil moisture in the...