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tmorrell/caltechdata_plot: data.caltech.edu domain update

Tom Morrell
Re-release for preservation. Includes domain update.

Microscopy image files for "An allosteric theory of transcription factor induction."

Manuel Razo-Mejia, Stephanie L. Barnes, Nathan M. Belliveau, Griffin Chure, Tal Einav & Rob Phillips
These data correspond to the raw microscopy images used to quantify fluorescence and compute the fold-change in gene expression due to the activity of the Lac repressor molecule in E. coli cells. These images were passed through an image analysis pipeline which segmented individual cells and computed the mean pixel value for each cell. This information was then used to compute the population average to be used in the determination of fold-change. These data are...

Flow Cytometry CSV Files for "An allosteric theory of transcription factor induction."

Manuel Razo-Mejia, Stephanie L. Barnes, Nathan M. Belliveau, Griffin Chure, Tal Einav & Rob Phillips
These data correspond to the comma separated value files converted from the original flow cytometry standard (.fcs) files generated from the experimental measurement of fluorescence on a MiltenyiBiotec MACSQuant flow cytometer. These files were passed through a processing pipeline to quantify the fold-change in gene expression due to action by the Lac repressor. These data are separated by the operator we examined. Eight different strains were measured for each dataset. Please see the main text...

Single-Cell Intensity Values Obtained From Microscopy for "An allosteric theory of transcription factor induction"

Manuel Razo-Mejia, Stephanie L. Barnes, Nathan M. Belliveau, Griffin Chure, Tal Einav & Rob Phillips
These data correspond to the single-cell mean intensity values obtained from microscopy images used to quantify fluorescence and compute the fold-change in gene expression due to the activity of the Lac repressor molecule in E. coli cells. These data were used to calculate the population mean fluorescence value. This information was then used to compute the fold-change in gene expression. These data are separated by the operator we examined. Eight different strains were measured for...

caltechlibrary/dataset: Preservation Release

Robert Doiel
Testing CaltechDATA integration.

tmorrell/caltechdata_plot: More efficient demo using /record API

Tom Morrell
Avoids looping over all records as is required with the /records api

Flow Cytometry files for "An allosteric theory of transcription factor induction"

Manuel Razo-Mejia, Stephanie L. Barnes, Nathan M. Belliveau, Griffin Chure, Tal Einav & Rob Phillips
These data correspond to the single-cell mean intensity values obtained from microscopy images used to quantify fluorescence and compute the fold-change in gene expression due to the activity of the Lac repressor molecule in E. coli cells. These data were used to calculate the population mean fluorescence value. This information was then used to compute the fold-change in gene expression. These data are separated by the operator we examined. Eight different strains were measured for...

Identifying and Quantifying Mineral Abundance through VSWIR Microimaging Spectroscopy: A Comparison to XRD and SEM

Ellen K. Leask & Bethany L. Ehlmann
Sample: A rock was collected from an travertine conglomerate, containing ophiolite clasts. The rock was collected in Oman near the Samail ophiolite (collected Jan 2012; B. Ehlmann; analyzed in Leask & Ehlmann, 2016). Data included are: 1) UCIS (Ultra-Compact Imaging Spectrometer; B. Van Gorp et al) data cube. Data near ends of sensor may be suspect [e.g. under 500 nm, over 2500 nm]. {OM12L_001_UCIS_cube_masked} 2) EDS-SEM mosaic image cube (4x downsampled to despeckle, using a...

Quantified fluorescence information from microscopy images for "An allosteric theory of transcription factor induction"

Manuel Razo-Mejia, Stephanie L. Barnes, Nathan M. Belliveau, Griffin Chure, Tal Einav & Rob Phillips
These data correspond to the single-cell mean intensity values obtained from microscopy images used to quantify fluorescence and compute the fold-change in gene expression due to the activity of the Lac repressor molecule in E. coli cells. These data were used to calculate the population mean fluorescence value. This information was then used to compute the fold-change in gene expression. These data are separated by the operator we examined. Eight different strains were measured for...

Conceptual Design Report: Dynamic Laser Compression Experiments at the HED Instrument of European XFEL

U. Zastrau, M. McMahon, K. Appel, C. Baehtz, E. Brambrink, R. Briggs, T. Butcher, B. Cauble, B. Chen, H. Damker, C. Deiter, J. Eggert, K. Falk, L. Fletcher, S.H. Glenzer, S. Göde, M. Harmand, A. Higginbotham, Z. Konôpková, D. Kraus, H.-P. Liermann, M. Nakatsutsumi, A. Pelka, G. Priebe, R. Redmer … & S. Toleikis
Since the publication of the conceptual design report (CDR) for the High Energy Density Science (HED) instrument at the European XFEL in 2013, it has become clear that a community-wide discussion for shock and ramp compression experiments at the HED instrument is needed. The HED group at European XFEL and the Helmholtz International Beamline for Extreme Fields at the European XFEL user consortium (HIBEF UC) agreed to do this together. This CDR on dynamic laser...

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Salvatore.Zaza@Gmail.Com
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tmorrell/caltechdata_plot: More efficient demo using /record API

Tom Morrell
Avoids looping over all records as is required with the /records api

tmorrell/caltechdata_plot: Initial release of caltechdata_plot

Tom Morrell
Demo that reads data from Invenio repository and generates a Bokeh plot. Powers plots.caltechlibrary.org. Many improvements could be made for generalizability and efficiency.

Tau -- a lightweight tool for specifying and verifying tiny automata models

Gerard Holzmann
Tau is a small Tcl/Tk application that can be used to quickly specify and formally verify small automata models (the name 'tau' is short for 'tiny automata'). It is used as a teaching aid in CS118, a course on the formal verification of asynchronous software systems using logic model checking. Tau requires the availability of a standard C compiler (e.g., gcc) and a recent version of the Spin model checker (e.g., Version 6.4.3 or later)...

Tau -- a lightweight tool for specifying and verifying tiny automata models

Gerard Holzmann
Tau is a small Tcl/Tk application that can be used to quickly specify and formally verify small automata models (the name 'tau' is short for 'tiny automata'). It is used as a teaching aid in CS118, a course on the formal verification of asynchronous software systems using logic model checking. Tau requires the availability of a standard C compiler (e.g., gcc) and a recent version of the Spin model checker (e.g., Version 6.4.3 or later)...

Tau -- a lightweight tool for specifying and verifying tiny automata models

Gerard Holzmann
Tau is a small Tcl/Tk application that can be used to quickly specify and formally verify small automata models (the name 'tau' is short for 'tiny automata'). It is used as a teaching aid in CS118, a course on the formal verification of asynchronous software systems using logic model checking. Tau requires the availability of a standard C compiler (e.g., gcc) and a recent version of the Spin model checker (e.g., Version 6.4.3 or later)...

tmorrell/test3: DOIs!

Tom Morrell
DOI

Tau -- a lightweight tool for specifying and verifying tiny automata models

Gerard Holzmann
Tau is a small Tcl/Tk application that can be used to quickly specify and formally verify small automata models (the name 'tau' is short for 'tiny automata'). It is used as a teaching aid in CS118, a course on the formal verification of asynchronous software systems using logic model checking. Tau requires the availability of a standard C compiler (e.g., gcc) and a recent version of the Spin model checker (e.g., Version 6.4.3 or later)...

Tau -- a lightweight tool for specifying and verifying tiny automata models

Gerard Holzmann
Tau is a small Tcl/Tk application that can be used to quickly specify and formally verify small automata models (the name 'tau' is short for 'tiny automata'). It is used as a teaching aid in CS118, a course on the formal verification of asynchronous software systems using logic model checking. Tau requires the availability of a standard C compiler (e.g., gcc) and a recent version of the Spin model checker (e.g., Version 6.4.3 or later)...

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Thomas Morrell
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Orange-brown jasper spectrum

George R. Rossman
Jasper, orange-brown, California. This is a reflectance spectrum off a polished slab.

Red jasper spectrum

George R. Rossman
Jasper, red, Crab lake, Labrador, colored by hematite. This is a reflectance spectrum off a polished slab. The color comes from small inclusions of hematite, Fe2O3, in the quartz.

tmorrell/test4: Trying linking

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tmorrell/test3: Attempt 2

Tmorrell@Caltech.Edu
Attempt 2

Resource Types

  • Software
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  • Dataset
    12
  • Text
    1

Publication Year

  • 2017
    6
  • 0000
    21

Data Centers

  • Caltech
    26
  • XFEL
    1