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ABO phenotype-protected reproduction based on human specific α1,2 L-fucosylation as explained by the Bombay type formation

Peter Arend
The metabolic relationships between the formation of the ABO(H) blood group phenotype and human fertility are evident in the rare (Oh) or Bombay blood type, which Charles Darwin would have interpreted as resulting from reduced male fertility in consanguinities, based on the history of his own family, the Darwin/Wedgewood Dynasty. The classic Bombay type occurs with the extremely rare and human specific genotype (h/h; se/se), which (due to point mutations) does not encode the fucosyltransferases...

Online Labour Index: Measuring the Online Gig Economy for Policy and Research

Otto Kässi, Martin Hadley & Vili Lehdonvirta
Data repository for the data underlying the Online Labour Index. See http://ilabour.oii.ox.ac.uk online-labour-index/ for details.

Data for Stephen et al 2017

Ian Stephen, Daniel Sturman, Richard J Stevenson, Jonathan Mond & Kevin R Brooks
Dataset from:Stephen, I.D., Sturman, D., Stevenson, R.J., Mond, J., Brooks, K.R. (2017) Visual attention mediates the relationship between body satisfaction and susceptibility to the body size adaptation effect. PLOS ONE.

A focused information criterion for locally misspecified vector autoregressive models

Jan Lohmeyer, Franz Palm, Hanno Reuvers & Jean-Pierre Urbain
This paper investigates the Focused Information Criterion and plug-in average for vector autoregressive models with local-to-zero misspecification. These methods have the advantage of focusing on a quantity of interest rather than aiming at overall model fit. Any (sufficiently regular) function of the parameters can be used as a quantity of interest. We determine the asymptotic properties and elaborate on the role of the locally misspecified parameters. In particular, we show that the inability to consistently...

review_homoscedasticity_clinical_trials.csv

Jordi Cortés, 0000-0002-3113-4779, 0000-0002-3534-5602, 0000-0002-7558-8473, 0000-0003-3529-2739, 0000-0001-5692-0891, Maria Nuncia Medina & Markus Vogler
Data from 208 parallel clinical trials with quantitative outcome published in years 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013. The main collected variables are: title; link to PubMed abstract; type of outcome (measured or scored); type of intervention (pharmacological or not); type of measure (automatic or assessed); if the main endpoint was significant; the standard deviations of the main outcome in both arms at the baseline and at the end of the study.

review_homoscedasticity_clinical_trials.csv

Jordi Cortés, 0000-0002-3113-4779, 0000-0002-3534-5602, 0000-0002-7558-8473, 0000-0003-3529-2739, 0000-0001-5692-0891, Maria Nuncia Medina & Markus Vogler
Data from 208 parallel clinical trials with quantitative outcome published in years 2004, 2007, 2010 and 2013. The main collected variables are: title; link to PubMed abstract; type of outcome (measured or scored); type of intervention (pharmacological or not); type of measure (automatic or assessed); if the main endpoint was significant; the standard deviations of the main outcome in both arms at the baseline and at the end of the study.

International Clinics on Infectious Disease Dynamics and Data

Steven Bellan, Rebecca Borchering, Jonathan Dushoff, John Hargrove, Calistus Ngonghala, Travis Porco, James C Scott, Brian G Williams, Cari Van Schalkwyk & Juliet Pulliam
This collection contains pedagogic material developed by the International Clinics on Infectious Disease Dynamics and Data (ICI3D). Through annual Clinics in South Africa and the United States, the ICI3D program trains junior researchers from the US and Africa to conduct integrative research in infectious disease dynamics and to communicate their questions, methods, and findings across disciplinary boundaries.
R tutorials are available at https://github.com/ICI3D/Rtutorials.
Please do let us know if you use our materials to teach (and cite...

Dengue Vaccination Roll-out

Carl Pearson
A presentation on a simulation modeling study to help understand how best to rollout the new dengue vaccine.

Mis trabajadores se van de la empresa, ¿cómo freno esta estampida?

Jorge Alba
Los motivos por los que la gente abandona una compañía son muy diversos, por lo que conocer la razón exacta es bastante complicado. La realidad es que, como sucede con los accidentes, suele tratarse de un cúmulo de factores.

¿Cómo puedo vender más?

Jorge Alba
La totalidad de las empresas se preguntan cómo vender más y cada profesional dedicado a la venta se hace la misma pregunta. Por lo tanto, ¿cómo es posible?

Low cost sensors- applications for Intelligent Transport Systems

Gustavo Olivares
A New Zealand perspective on the current status and potential of low-cost sensors within an intelligent transport systems.

Part of the joint CASANZ TSIG and NZ Transport and Environment Knowledge Hub - Emissions Group workshop at NIWA Auckland. 2017-12-12.

Tengo un plan de pensiones, ¿me he equivocado?

Jorge Alba & Lucía Camazano
Un plan de pensiones es un producto de ahorro personal ilíquido destinado a la jubilación, por lo que es a largo plazo. Está fundamentado por fondos de inversión y se alimenta según las posibilidades económicas de cada persona (mensual, anual, aportaciones esporádicas, etcétera). En el momento de su rescate, fiscaliza por el Impuesto de la Renta de las Personas Físicas como Rendimientos del Trabajo.

Formulario Proyecto

Ricardo Hartley & Universidad Central De Chile
Formato "Formulario Proyecto"

ABO phenotype-protected reproduction based on human specific α1,2 L-fucosylation as explained by the Bombay type formation

Peter Arend
The metabolic relationships between the formation of the ABO(H) blood group phenotype and human fertility are evident in the rare (Oh) or Bombay blood type, which Charles Darwin would have interpreted as resulting from reduced male fertility in consanguinities, based on the history of his own family, the Darwin/Wedgewood Dynasty. The classic Bombay type occurs with the extremely rare and human specific genotype (h/h; se/se), which (due to point mutations) does not encode the fucosyltransferases...

CHIARINI SUPPLEMENTARY FILES.doc

Franco Chiarini
Supplementary material
Data reassessment in a phylogenetic context gives insight into chromosome evolution in the giant genus Solanum (Solanaceae) FRANCO CHIARINI, FEDERICO SAZATORNIL & GABRIEL BERNARDELLO

ABO phenotype-protected reproduction based on human specific α1,2 L-fucosylation as explained by the Bombay type formation

Peter Arend
The metabolic relationships between the formation of the ABO(H) blood group phenotype and human fertility are evident in the rare (Oh) or Bombay blood type, which Charles Darwin would have interpreted as resulting from reduced male fertility in consanguinities, based on the history of his own family, the Darwin/Wedgewood Dynasty. The classic Bombay type occurs with the extremely rare and human specific genotype (h/h; se/se), which (due to point mutations) does not encode the fucosyltransferases...

A new phylogeny of ichthyosaurs (Reptilia: Diapsida)

Benjamin C. Moon
The largest phylogenetic analysis of ichthyosaurs to date is presented, with 114 ingroup taxa coded at species level. Completeness of the taxa included varied from > 98% to < 2%; 10 taxa were removed a priori using Concatabominations due to incompleteness and taxonomic uncertainty. The data were analysed using three widely used optimization criteria, maximum parsimony, maximum likelihood and Bayesian inference; while similar, each criterion produced different topologies, support and levels of resolution. Maximum parsimony...

A reassessment of the Bovidae (Mammalia) from the Nawata Formation of Lothagam, Kenya, and the late Miocene diversification of the family in Africa

Denis Geraads
The late Miocene Bovidae from the Nawata Formation of Lothagam were all assigned to modern tribes by Harris (2003), with the majority of specimens being referred to a species of Aepyceros, a genus that includes the modern impala. However, an alternative interpretation of the collection lessens the modern character of the faunal composition. Many of the identifications are revised: there might be a single species of Boselaphini, there is no evidence of Hippotragini, and Aepyceros...

Reed-Frost Models

Carl Pearson
A short introduction to Reed-Frost epidemic models.

Twitter Death Hoaxes dataset

Arkaitz Zubiaga
This is a dataset of death reports collected from Twitter between 1st January, 2012 and 31st December, 2014. It was collected by tracking the keyword 'RIP', and matching those tweets in which a name is mentioned next to RIP. Matching names were identified by using Wikidata as a database of names. For more details, please refer to the paper (a link to the paper will be added soon).
The dataset contains 4,007 death reports, of which...

Hair Dye Substance Database (HDSD)

Tova N. Williams, Melaine A. Kuenemann, George A. Van Den Driessche, Antony Williams, Denis Fourches & Harold S. Freeman
Fully 2D-curated database of 313 QSAR-ready hair dye substances.

Models and Data: Introduction to Model Fitting

Steven Bellan
An introduction to model fitting, starting with a review of the linear model and proceeding to a definition of likelihood and then an introduction to fitting dynamical models to data.

Model Assessment

Jonathan Dushoff
An introduction to model assessment focusing on cross-validation, goodness of fit statistics, bias, and precision.

The Life Cycle of a Modelling Project: Modelling the determinants of growth for an insect vector population

John Hargrove
An introduction to how mathematical modeling research projects differ from empirical projects in terms of the life cycle from project inception to publication.

Heterogeneity, Contact Patterns and Modeling Options

Jonathan Dushoff
A lecture on how heterogeneity in infectivity, susceptibility, and contact patterns affect the transmission dynamics and control of infectious diseases.

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