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The SIR Model Family

Jonathan Dushoff
An introduction to the susceptible-infected-recovered compartmental model of infectious disease transmission.

pRoloc - A unifying bioinformatics framework for organelle proteomics

Laurent Gatto, Lisa M. Breckels, Matthew W.B. Trotter & Kathryn S. Lilley
Poster presented at the HUPO conference in 2011

Reliably resolving protein localisation is not a trivial task, and requires (1) flexible, yet powerful data (and meta-data) structures, with handling and transformation capabilities, (2) efficient processing algorithms and (3) customisable data visualisation. So far, several data analysis strategies for MS-based approaches have been described in the literature, but no comparison has been attempted due to their diverse and ill-documented nature. pRoloc aims at filling this gap to...

pRoloc - A unifying bioinformatics framework for organelle proteomics

Laurent Gatto, Lisa M. Breckels, Matthew W.B. Trotter & Kathryn S. Lilley
Poster presented at the HUPO conference in 2011

Reliably resolving protein localisation is not a trivial task, and requires (1) flexible, yet powerful data (and meta-data) structures, with handling and transformation capabilities, (2) efficient processing algorithms and (3) customisable data visualisation. So far, several data analysis strategies for MS-based approaches have been described in the literature, but no comparison has been attempted due to their diverse and ill-documented nature. pRoloc aims at filling this gap to...

PDB files used to generate .mol and .pot files

Casper Steinmann
Structures in .pdb format of the terrein and isoterrein molecule immersed in explicit acetonitrile extracted from QM/MM MD simulations

PDB files used to generate .mol and .pot files

Casper Steinmann
Structures in .pdb format of the terrein and isoterrein molecule immersed in explicit acetonitrile extracted from QM/MM MD simulations

Input and output from DALTON calculations

Casper Steinmann
.mol and .pot input files and logs to use with DALTON to reproduce the numbers used in this study
m1: (+)-isoterrein
m2: (-)-terrein
m3: (+)-isoterrein
m4: (-)-terrein

The snapshots are numbered according to the following (not so obvious scheme):
File structure is:m?/m?_XXXX_pcseg-2.mol
where m? refers to either m1, m2, m3 or m4 and XXXX is the snapshot number used. The snapshot number uses the following not-so-obvious naming convention:
ending in XXX0 are extracted at 500ns
ending in XXX9 are extracted at 1000 nsending in...

Input and output from DALTON calculations

Casper Steinmann
.mol and .pot input files and logs to use with DALTON to reproduce the numbers used in this study
m1: (+)-isoterrein
m2: (-)-terrein
m3: (+)-isoterrein
m4: (-)-terrein

The snapshots are numbered according to the following (not so obvious scheme):
File structure is:m?/m?_XXXX_pcseg-2.mol
where m? refers to either m1, m2, m3 or m4 and XXXX is the snapshot number used. The snapshot number uses the following not-so-obvious naming convention:
ending in XXX0 are extracted at 500ns
ending in XXX9 are extracted at 1000 nsending in...

Spectral data for each snapshot

Casper Steinmann
Here are four archives with raw data extracted from the log-files of PE-EFF-B3LYP/pcseg-2 calculations.
m1: (+)-isoterrein
m2: (-)-terrein
m3: (+)-isoterrein
m4: (-)-terrein

The snapshots are numbered according to the following (not so obvious scheme):
Files within the archives that are:
ending in *0.dat are extracted at 500ns
ending in *9.dat are extracted at 1000 ns
ending in *8.dat are extracted at 1500 ns
ending in *7.dat are extracted at 2000 ns
ending in *6.dat are extracted at 1250 ns
ending in *5.dat are extracted at 1750 ns

Spectral data for each snapshot

Casper Steinmann
Here are four archives with raw data extracted from the log-files of PE-EFF-B3LYP/pcseg-2 calculations.
m1: (+)-isoterrein
m2: (-)-terrein
m3: (+)-isoterrein
m4: (-)-terrein

The snapshots are numbered according to the following (not so obvious scheme):
Files within the archives that are:
ending in *0.dat are extracted at 500ns
ending in *9.dat are extracted at 1000 ns
ending in *8.dat are extracted at 1500 ns
ending in *7.dat are extracted at 2000 ns
ending in *6.dat are extracted at 1250 ns
ending in *5.dat are extracted at 1750 ns

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.

Testing, identifying and classifying OpenURL access problems

Sunshine Carter & Jeff Peterson
Presented May 10th, 2017 at the ELUNA conference in Schaumburg, Illinois.

The University of Minnesota Libraries embarked on a mission to determine linking errors from third-party databases to full-text content through Alma’s link resolver. Come hear how the University Libraries tested, identified and classified access problems with OpenURLs. This presentation focuses on Alma, but much of it can be applicable to other link resolvers (e.g. SFX or 360 Link).

YSB book

Michael Schiltz
The files contained are the chapters for a book project (tentatively) called On an Even Keel: Silver Risk, Trade Insurance and Hedging Strategies around the Turn of the Twentieth Century. The book revisits literature on silver risk in the second half of the nineteenth century and argues that if the latter existed for sovereign debt, there should be an equivalent for trade finance as well. Using contemporary accounting manuals, the archives of the Yokohama Specie...

An axiomless derivation of the Theory of Everything

Alexandre Harvey-Tremblay
Plato recognized that most of the disagreements in philosophy are ultimately linked to the choice of axioms made by the parties involved. He believed that by grinding away at the assumptions made in support of any argument, one could recover a kind of universal truth. He believed that this universal truth, comprised of whatever survives the grinding process, could ultimately be used to build a logical framework in a manner that is entirely irrefutable. This...

Study Design and Analysis in Epidemiology: Where does modeling fit?

Steven Bellan
An introductory lecture on study design and analysis in classical epidemiology with an explanation of how mathematical modeling complements classical epidemiology.

YSB book

Michael Schiltz
The files contained are the chapters for a book project (tentatively) called On an Even Keel: Silver Risk, Trade Insurance and Hedging Strategies around the Turn of the Twentieth Century. The book revisits literature on silver risk in the second half of the nineteenth century and argues that if the latter existed for sovereign debt, there should be an equivalent for trade finance as well. Using contemporary accounting manuals, the archives of the Yokohama Specie...

5329 Perovskites

Antoine Emery
For a full description of the dataset, please look at the scientific data project.

Seminar on ImageJ

Helder Oliveira
Seminar on ImageJ held on University of Rome, Tor Vergata

Modality Switch Effects Emerge Early and Increase throughout Conceptual Processing: Evidence from ERPs

Pablo Bernabeu, Roel Willems & Max Louwerse
Accepted in Proceedings of the 39th Annual Conference of the Cognitive Science Society.Files: poster, design overview, stimuli, EEG montage used, waveforms, window 1 close-ups, subtraction topographies, critical results, fixed effects of final models, entire modeling, raw data. For best resolution, download image(s). Plot waveforms within any sections of the data (link), and access all data and code (link).Abstract We tested whether conceptual processing is modality-specific by tracking the time course of the Conceptual Modality Switch...

Seminar on ImageJ

Helder Oliveira
Seminar on ImageJ held on University of Rome, Tor Vergata

Agricultural landscapes as habitat for birds in central Chile

Andrés Muñoz-Sáez
Supplementary material: Data set

Application of DAST mediated reactions in transformations of α-hydroxyphosphonates derived from O-isopropylidene-protected carbohydrate derivatives

Magdalena Rapp, Patrycja Mrowiec & Henryk Koroniak
Various α-hydroxyphosphonates derived from O-isopropylidene glyceraldehyde, hexofuranose and pentofuranose have been prepared to test nucleophilic fluorination reactions. The substrates have been conveniently prepared in Pudovik reactions and the stereoselectivity, as well as the configuration of the obtained carbohydrates have been described. Reactions have been accomplished using DAST as the fluorinating reagent. Treatment of protected glycerol phosphonate with DAST gave unusual conversions leading to fosfomycin analogue possessing an oxirane ring. Subsequent reaction with diethylaminesulfur trifluoride (DAST)...

Application of DAST mediated reactions in transformations of α-hydroxyphosphonates derived from O-isopropylidene-protected carbohydrate derivatives

Magdalena Rapp, Patrycja Mrowiec & Henryk Koroniak
Various α-hydroxyphosphonates derived from O-isopropylidene glyceraldehyde, hexofuranose and pentofuranose have been prepared to test nucleophilic fluorination reactions. The substrates have been conveniently prepared in Pudovik reactions and the stereoselectivity, as well as the configuration of the obtained carbohydrates have been described. Reactions have been accomplished using DAST as the fluorinating reagent. Treatment of protected glycerol phosphonate with DAST gave unusual conversions leading to fosfomycin analogue possessing an oxirane ring. Subsequent reaction with diethylaminesulfur trifluoride (DAST)...

Dibenzyl amino(pyren-1-yl)methyl phosphonates—Their NMR and mass spectrometry characterizations

Jarosław Lewkowski, Rafał Karpowicz, Maria Rodriguez Moya & Beata Pasternak
Structures of four chosen dibenzyl amino(pyren-2-yl)methyl phosphonates were analyzed by 1H, 13C, and 31P NMR spectroscopy using simple spectra, as well as 1H-1H and 1H-13C correlation spectra (COSY and HMQC). The ESI mass spectrometry has also been applied and interesting phenomena were observed and analyzed.

Dibenzyl amino(pyren-1-yl)methyl phosphonates—Their NMR and mass spectrometry characterizations

Jarosław Lewkowski, Rafał Karpowicz, Maria Rodriguez Moya & Beata Pasternak
Structures of four chosen dibenzyl amino(pyren-2-yl)methyl phosphonates were analyzed by 1H, 13C, and 31P NMR spectroscopy using simple spectra, as well as 1H-1H and 1H-13C correlation spectra (COSY and HMQC). The ESI mass spectrometry has also been applied and interesting phenomena were observed and analyzed.

Synthesis of fluorescent aminophosphonates by green chemistry procedures

Anna Kuśnierz & Ewa Chmielewska
Fluorescent aminophosphonates were obtained using optimized conditions of the microwave-stimulated Kabachnik-Fields reaction. Unfortunately, in the case of more demanding, bulky amines and aldehydes this reaction failed to give the desired products.

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