The dynamic response of the bicycle rider's body to vertical, fore-and-aft and lateral perturbationsDialynas, G. (Georgios), De Haan, J.W. (Jelle), Schouten, A.C. (Alfred), Happee, R. (Riender) & Schwab, A.L. (Arend)
In bicycles the rider’s mass is much larger than the vehicle’s mass. Hence, the rider influences the dynamic behaviour of the bicycle not only by means of voluntary control actions, but also by means of passive response of his/her body to bicycle oscillations. As a matter of fact, the rider’s body has inertial, stiffness and damping properties that are combined with the bicycle characteristics and affect the dynamic response of the whole system. More specific,...
This collection is of speech samples of various words used in a calculator. Using this one can develop speech models for recognition or TTS purposes of words used in a calculator. Thus a voice-based calculator can be built with these samples and further tweaks of these samples. Here each word is only once recorded since my work with them involved further refinement of models by using the speech data later obtained from the user. So,...
Data underlying the article: Heterogeneous Pd catalysts as emulsifiers in Pickering emulsions for integrated multistep synthesis in flow chemistryHiebler, K. (Katharina)
Part of ONE FLOW data collection.Corresponding raw data to the following publication (part Graz University of Technology):"Heterogeneous Pd catalysts as emulsifiers in Pickering emulsions for integrated multistep synthesis in flow chemistry", Katharina Hiebler, Georg J. Lichtenegger, Manuel C. Maier, Eun Sung Park, Renie Gonzales-Groom, Bernard P. Binks and Heidrun Gruber-Woelfler, Beilstein J. Org. Chem. 2018, 14, 648–658
Part of ONE-FLOW data collection.Corresponding raw data for following publication:"Multistep synthesis of a valsartan precursor in continuous flow", Katharina Hiebler, Sebastian Soritz, Kristian Gavric, Sam Birrer, Manuel C. Maier, Bianca Grabner, Heidrun Gruber-Woelfler, Journal of Flow Chemistry, https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-019-00044-x
Supplementary data that support the findings of "Localization microscopy at doubled precision with patterned illumination," Nature Methods, 2019.
Supplementary data on the research of Satellite-Terrestrial Channel Characterisation in High-Speed Railway Environment at 22.6 GHzMa, L. (Lei)
The extensive ray-tracing (RT) simulation results in four terrestrial and satellite-terrestrial communication links.The three-dimensional model of the railway scenario is reconstructed and imported into the Cloud Ray-Tracing (CloudRT) simulation platform.Based on extensive ray-tracing simulations, the channel for the terrestrial HSR system and the satellite-terrestrial system with two weather conditions are characterised, and the interference between them are evaluated.
The Electroseismic Dataset (part used in the research paper) is composed of five (5) files. 1. Collar file: this file contains the geographical information about the sounding points. It is comprised of the hole Identity, the longitude, the latitude, and elevation.2. ESKT and ESIT file: ESKT (Electroseismic Hydraulic Tomography) and ESIT (Electroseismic Interface Tomography) are obtained from the processing of electroseismic data. It has the values of each of the parameters at given depths into...
Supplementary data related to the reseach on Vertical Diversification of Methane Production Pathways in Freshwater Sediments of Reservoirs. Case Nielisz Reservoir, PolandGruca-Rokosz, R. (Renata)
The file contains data on selected parameters of pore water and sediments, which can be used to determine the methan production pathways in sediment of reservoir.
SWASH input files and thesis presentation.
Data underlying the article: Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Sialic Acid Derivatives Using Immobilized N-Acetylneuraminate Lyase in a Continuous Flow ReactorBloemendal, V.R.L.J. (Victor), Moons, S.J. (Sam), Heming, J.J.A. (Jurriaan), Chayoua, M. (Mohamed), Niesink, O. (Olaf), Van Hest, J.C.M. (Jan), Boltje, T.J. (Thomas) & Rutjes, F.P.J.T. (Floris)
The synthesis of N-acetylneuraminic acid (Neu5Ac) derivatives is drawing more and more attention in glycobiology research because of the important role of sialic acids in e. g. cancer, bacterial, and healthy cells. Chemical preparation of these carbohydrates typically relies on multistep synthetic procedures leading to low overall yields. Herein we report a continuous flow process involving N-acetylneuraminate lyase (NAL) immobilized on Immobead 150P (Immobead-NAL) to prepare Neu5Ac derivatives. Batch experiments with Immobead-NAL showed equal activity...
Data underlying the article: A Revised Modular Approach to (–)-trans-Δ8-THC and Derivatives Through Late-Stage Suzuki–Miyaura Cross-Coupling ReactionsR.L.J. Bloemendal, R.L.J. (Victor), Sondag, D. (Daan), Elferink, H. (Hidde), Boltje, T.J. (Thomas), Van Hest, J.C.M. (Jan) & Rutjes, F.P.J.T. (Floris)
A revised modular approach to various synthetic (–)-trans-Δ8-THC derivatives through late-stage Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reactions is disclosed. Ten derivatives were synthesized allowing both sp2- and sp3-hybridized cross-couplingpartners with minimal β-hydride elimination. Importantly, we demonstrate that a para-bromo-substituted THC scaffold for Suzuki–Miyaura cross-coupling reactions has been initially reported incorrectly in recent literature.
This dataset contains 9 Excel (xls) files that can be used as a new benchmark data for the solving of real-world vehicle routing problems with realistic non-standard constraints. All data are real and obtained experimentally by using VRP algorithm on production environment in one of the biggest distribution company in Bosnia and Herzegovina.This dataset also contains 1 additional .csv file which includes real GPS data from vehicle for one day in VRP routing.
The data set comes from the Chinese Annual Survey of Industrial Firms (CASIF) compiled by the State Statistics Bureau of China in the Yangtze River Delta during 2008-2013.
Supplementary data to the paper: Surgery as a viable alternative first-line treatment for prolactinoma patients. A systematic review and meta-analysis.Zamanipoor Najafabadi, A.H. (Amir H)
The dataset includes parts of the systematic review and meta-analysis used in the article: Surgery as a viable alternative first-line treatment for prolactinoma patients. A systematic review and meta-analysis.
Supplementary data for the article: Emergency braking at intersections: A motion-base motorcycle simulator studyKovácsová, N. (Natália), Grottoli, M. (Marco), Celiberti, F. (Francesco), Lemmens, Y. (Yves), Happee, R. (Riender), Hagenzieker, M.P. (Marjan) & De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost)
This dataset includes a word file describing motion cueing algorithm & learning curves, an illustrative video of the experiment, Matlab scripts, vehicles' s profiles and simulated world characteristics, Oculus Rift settings, and questionnaire data.
Supplementary material for the manuscript entitled: Mechanical Controls on Horizontal Stresses and Fracture Behaviour in Layered Rocks: A Numerical Sensitivity AnalysisBoersma, Q. (Quinten)
This data set contains the data and scripts used for manuscript: Mechanical Controls on Horizontal stresses and Fracture Behaviour in Layered Rocks: A Numerical Sensitivity Analysis, which is submitted to Journal of Structural Geology. Please refer to the manuscript when using the script and data set.
Data used in fault dating at three localities in the northern Shimanto belt of Japan: the Goshikinohama Fault, the roof thrust of the Okitsu melange, and the Nobeoka Thrust. Samples were separated into different size fractions, percentage of illite polytypes were determined by modeling XRD patterns, and K-Ar dates were obtained for each size fraction as a function of illite polytype percentages. Geographic coordinates for sample localities are included
Reflection coefficient with respect tot 50 Ohm, gain and radiation pattern of published prototype under various conditions: Free space, deployment on torso, on right arm, and free space when subject to bending. All are measured using a PNA-X 5242A vector network analyzer. Goal is proving the behaviour of the antenna presented in the paper with the same name as this dataset.
Supplementary materials for the article: Five-Point Likert Items: t test versus Mann-Whitney-WilcoxonDe Winter, J.C.F. (Joost) & Dodou, D. (Dimitra)
Supplementary materials for the article: De Winter, J. C.F., & Dodou, D. (2010). Five-point Likert items: t test versus Mann-Whitney-Wilcoxon. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 15, 1-12.
Supplementary materials for the article: How do drivers merge heavy goods vehicles onto freeways? A semi-structured interview unveiling needs for communication and support.Dreger, F.A. (Felix), De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost) & Happee, R. (Riender)
Supplementary materials for the article Dreger, F. A., De Winter, J. C. F., & Happee, R. How do drivers merge heavy goods vehicles onto freeways? A semi-structured interview unveiling needs for communication and support. Cognition, Technology and Work.
Supplementary materials for the article: De Winter, J. C. F., Dodou, D., & Wieringa, P. A. (2009). Exploratory factor analysis with small sample sizes. Multivariate Behavioral Research, 44, 147–181.
Supplementary materials for the article: Factor recovery by principal axis factoring and maximum likelihood factor analysis as a function of factor pattern and sample size.De Winter, J.C.F. (Joost) & Dodou, D. (Dimitra)
Supplementary materials for the article: De Winter, J. C. F., & Dodou, D. (2012). Factor recovery by principal axis factoring and maximum likelihood factor analysis as a function of factor pattern and sample size. Journal of Applied Statistics, 39, 695-710. https://doi.org/10.1080/02664763.2011.610445
This dataset was collected during perturbation experiment in August and September 2018 in Delft, Netherlands. In the conducted experiment subjects were asked to stand still while undergoing artificial torque perturbations (up to 50 Nm) that were applied to the trunk of the subjects.The dataset contains processed biomechanical measurement data of kinematic, kinetic, electromyographic and internal states of the Angular Momentum Perturbation (AMP) as well as (anonymised) anthropometric parameters.
Supplementary materials for the article: Common factor analysis versus principal component analysis: a comparison of loadings by means of simulationsDe Winter, J.C.F. (Joost) & Dodou, D. (Dimitra)
Supplementary materials for the article: De Winter, J. C. F., & Dodou, D. (2016). Common factor analysis versus principal component analysis: a comparison of loadings by means of simulations. Communications in Statistics - Simulation and Computation, 45, 299–321.
De Winter, J. C. F. (2013). Using the Student’s t-test with extremely small sample sizes. Practical Assessment, Research & Evaluation, 18, 10.