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(No) Influence Of Continuous Integration On The Development Activity In Github Projects

Sebastian Baltes & Jascha Knack
This dataset is based on the TravisTorrent dataset released 2017-01-11 (https://travistorrent.testroots.org), the Google BigQuery GHTorrent dataset accessed 2017-07-03, and the Git log history of all projects in the dataset, retrieved 2017-07-16 and 2017-07-17. We selected projects hosted on GitHub that employ the Continuous Integration (CI) system Travis CI. We identified the projects using the TravisTorrent data set and considered projects that: used GitHub from the beginning (first commit not more than seven days before project...

Lingfeiwang/Lassopv: 0.2.0

Lingfei Wang
0.2.0: Added an additional null distribution: spherical, besides the original normal distribution. This can be set in the new H0 parameter. For details, see reference. Corrected normalize=FALSE cases. Updated calling of lars.

Lingfeiwang/Lassopv: 0.2.0

Lingfei Wang
0.2.0: Added an additional null distribution: spherical, besides the original normal distribution. This can be set in the new H0 parameter. For details, see reference. Corrected normalize=FALSE cases. Updated calling of lars.

Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm For Modis Aerosol Retrieval Over Land, Version 1.0

Antti Lipponen
Source code, data, and documentation to test the Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval algorithm for aerosol retrieval over land. The code is related to the article:
Lipponen, A., Mielonen, T., Pitkänen, M. R. A., Levy, R. C., Sawyer, V. R., Romakkaniemi, S., Kolehmainen, V., and Arola, A.: Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm for MODIS AOD retrieval over land, Atmos. Meas. Tech., https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-2017-359, accepted, 2018. The most recent version of the codes can be found at https://github.com/TUT-ISI/BARalgorithm

Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm For Modis Aerosol Retrieval Over Land, Version 1.0

Antti Lipponen
Source code, data, and documentation to test the Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval algorithm for aerosol retrieval over land. The code is related to the article:
Lipponen, A., Mielonen, T., Pitkänen, M. R. A., Levy, R. C., Sawyer, V. R., Romakkaniemi, S., Kolehmainen, V., and Arola, A.: Bayesian Aerosol Retrieval Algorithm for MODIS AOD retrieval over land, Atmos. Meas. Tech., https://doi.org/10.5194/amt-2017-359, accepted, 2018. The most recent version of the codes can be found at https://github.com/TUT-ISI/BARalgorithm

Figure 3. A In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 3. A, Plesionika ensis (A. Milne-Edwards, 1881), Guadeloupe, KARUBENTHOS 2015 stn DW 4609, MNHN IU- 2013-19054; B, P.reflexa Chace, 1985, the Philippines, AURORA stnCP2695, NTOU M02080.

Figure 3. A In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 3. A, Plesionika ensis (A. Milne-Edwards, 1881), Guadeloupe, KARUBENTHOS 2015 stn DW 4609, MNHN IU- 2013-19054; B, P.reflexa Chace, 1985, the Philippines, AURORA stnCP2695, NTOU M02080.

Figure 2. Plesionika Reflexa Chace, 1985 In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 2. Plesionika reflexa Chace, 1985, Sakthikuylangara fishing port, 250 m, A–D, ovig. female cl 18.9 mm, E, male cl 14.6 mm (NTOU M02081). A, lateral carapace; B, anterior carapace, lateral; C, propodus and dactylus of left pereiopod III, lateral; D, abdominal somites III to VI and tail fan, lateral; E, abdominal somites III toV, lateral.Scales:A, B, D, E = 5 mm; C = 2 mm.

Figure 2. Plesionika Reflexa Chace, 1985 In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 2. Plesionika reflexa Chace, 1985, Sakthikuylangara fishing port, 250 m, A–D, ovig. female cl 18.9 mm, E, male cl 14.6 mm (NTOU M02081). A, lateral carapace; B, anterior carapace, lateral; C, propodus and dactylus of left pereiopod III, lateral; D, abdominal somites III to VI and tail fan, lateral; E, abdominal somites III toV, lateral.Scales:A, B, D, E = 5 mm; C = 2 mm.

Figure 1 In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 1. Plesionika persica (Kemp, 1925), Kalamuku, 250–300 m, sex undetermined cl 10.5 mm (NTOU). A, lateral carapace; B, anterior carapace, lateral; C, right antennular peduncle and stylocerite, lateral; D, abdominal somites II to VI and tail fan, lateral.Scales = 2 mm.

Figure 1 In On Plesionika Persica (Kemp, 1925) And P. Reflexa Chace, 1985 (Crustacea: Decapoda: Pandalidae) From India

Tin-Yam Chan, Rekha Devi Chakraborty, P. Purushothaman, G. Kuberan & Chien-Hui Yang
FIGURE 1. Plesionika persica (Kemp, 1925), Kalamuku, 250–300 m, sex undetermined cl 10.5 mm (NTOU). A, lateral carapace; B, anterior carapace, lateral; C, right antennular peduncle and stylocerite, lateral; D, abdominal somites II to VI and tail fan, lateral.Scales = 2 mm.

Figure 4. Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935, A–G In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 4. Pinnixa plectrophoros Glassell, 1935, A–G, male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma (ICML-EMU 10575). A– B, third maxilliped, A, external view, B, internal view, exopod and setae omitted but marking the line of points where the long plumose setae emerge; C, sternite, abdomen and telson; D–E fourth walking leg, D, posterior side, E, anterior side; F, male abdomen and telson; G,left gonopod; H, abdomen of female from Bahía Santa María—La Reforma,Sinaloa (A–B, G,scale bar...

Figure 4. Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935, A–G In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 4. Pinnixa plectrophoros Glassell, 1935, A–G, male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma (ICML-EMU 10575). A– B, third maxilliped, A, external view, B, internal view, exopod and setae omitted but marking the line of points where the long plumose setae emerge; C, sternite, abdomen and telson; D–E fourth walking leg, D, posterior side, E, anterior side; F, male abdomen and telson; G,left gonopod; H, abdomen of female from Bahía Santa María—La Reforma,Sinaloa (A–B, G,scale bar...

Figure 3. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 3. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma, Sinaloa (ICML-EMU 10575); A, Carapace, dorsal view; B–C, left cheliped, setae omitted in C; D, right first walking leg, posterior view; E, right second walking leg, posterior view; F–G, right third walking leg, F, posterior view; G, anterior view.(Scale bar = 1 mm).

Figure 3. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 3. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma, Sinaloa (ICML-EMU 10575); A, Carapace, dorsal view; B–C, left cheliped, setae omitted in C; D, right first walking leg, posterior view; E, right second walking leg, posterior view; F–G, right third walking leg, F, posterior view; G, anterior view.(Scale bar = 1 mm).

Figure 2. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 2. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma (ICML-EMU 10575), color in life.(Scale bar = 1 mm).

Figure 2. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 2. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male from Bahía Santa María–La Reforma (ICML-EMU 10575), color in life.(Scale bar = 1 mm).

Figure 1. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 1. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male holotype (SDNHM 3894), Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, México, A, anterodorsal view; B, ventral view; C, propodus and dactyl of second walking leg, arrows point the subproximal tubercles; D, third walking leg, arrows point spur on ventral side of merus and spine and granules in propodus and dactylus.

Figure 1. Pinnixa Plectrophoros, 1935 In Redescription Of The Poorly Known Pea Crab, Pinnixa Plectrophoros Glassell, 1935 (Decapoda: Pinnotheridae), From The Gulf Of California

Jose Salgado-Barragán, Ana K. Barragán & James E. Berrian
FIGURE 1. Pinnixa plectrophoros, 1935, Glassell Male holotype (SDNHM 3894), Puerto Peñasco, Sonora, México, A, anterodorsal view; B, ventral view; C, propodus and dactyl of second walking leg, arrows point the subproximal tubercles; D, third walking leg, arrows point spur on ventral side of merus and spine and granules in propodus and dactylus.

Fmcooper/Stable-Spa: First Release

Frances Cooper
Release for use with data at http://dx.doi.org/10.5525/gla.researchdata.583 Paper: A 3/2-approximation algorithm for the Student-Project Allocation problem Authors: Frances Cooper and David Manlove

Fmcooper/Stable-Spa: First Release

Frances Cooper
Release for use with data at http://dx.doi.org/10.5525/gla.researchdata.583 Paper: A 3/2-approximation algorithm for the Student-Project Allocation problem Authors: Frances Cooper and David Manlove

Virtual Visit from Greece, 2018.02.21.

Angelos Alexopoulos, Noemi Beni & Zoltan Szillasi
Virtual Visit from Greece, 2018.02.21.

Figure 7 In Stenochironomus Munteanpurin Sp. N., A New Leaf-Mining Species From Brazil (Diptera: Chironomidae)

Gizelle Amora, Neusa Hamada & Iz. C. Pinho
FIGURE 7. Larva of Stenochironomus munteanpurin sp. n. A. Antenna. B. Labrum. C. Mandible. D. Labiohypopharynx. E. Mentum and ventromental plate. F. Small patches in ventromental plate. G. Larval exuviae, lateral view. H. Larval exuviae, dorsal view.

Figure 7 In Stenochironomus Munteanpurin Sp. N., A New Leaf-Mining Species From Brazil (Diptera: Chironomidae)

Gizelle Amora, Neusa Hamada & Iz. C. Pinho
FIGURE 7. Larva of Stenochironomus munteanpurin sp. n. A. Antenna. B. Labrum. C. Mandible. D. Labiohypopharynx. E. Mentum and ventromental plate. F. Small patches in ventromental plate. G. Larval exuviae, lateral view. H. Larval exuviae, dorsal view.

Figure 6 In Stenochironomus Munteanpurin Sp. N., A New Leaf-Mining Species From Brazil (Diptera: Chironomidae)

Gizelle Amora, Neusa Hamada & Iz. C. Pinho
FIGURE 6. Pupa of Stenochironomus munteanpurin sp. n. A–D.Abdomen in dorsal view. E. Frontal apotome.

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