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Isotopic records for surface water inflow and outflow of Loch Kinord and Loch Davan

Aaron Andrew Smith
Text files containing the inflow and outflow lake isotopic compositions (deuterium and oxygen-18). Additional text files provide the temperature, wind speed, RH, rainfall, and isotopic composition of rainfall for the Loch Kinord and Loch Davan. Streamflow, lake level, and other meteorological data are found on the SEPA website.


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Ionomics HUB

David Edward Salt
Improving our understanding of how plants take up, transport and store their nutrient and toxic elements, collectively known as the ionome, will benefit human health and the natural environment. Here you will find curated ionomic data on many thousands of plant samples freely available to the public.

Variable Temperature Neutron Diffraction Study of NdMn1-xCoxAsO0.95F0.05 (x = 0 - 0.12)

Abbie McLaughlin & Eve Jennifer Wildman
Variable temperature neutron diffraction data recorded on GEM, ISIS from 5 K - 400 K.

Rural Crafting Communities in the Digital Age Dataset

Leanne Claire Townsend, Leanne Claire Townsend & Mervyn John Bain
Images taken of participatory mapping exercise

Sensor data - Food Safety Assurance : combining provnace and the internet of things.

Milan Markovic
Raw temperature sensor readings collected in a commercial kitchen environment as part of the FOOD SAFETY ASSURANCE: COMBINING PROVENANCE & THE INTERNET OF THINGS project.

High pressure neutron diffraction data for NdMnAsO0.95F0.05

Abbie McLaughlin
High pressure neutron data recorded on the WISH diffractometer at ISIS in pressures up to 4 GPa

Variable Temperature Synchrotron Diffraction Data of NdMnAsO0.95F0.05

Abbie McLaughlin & Eve Jennifer Wildman
Variable temperature synchrotron X-ray diffraction data on the CMR material NdMnAsO0.95F0.05 recorded from 4 - 300 K on beamline ID31, ESRF.

Magnetic data for CeMnAsO1-xFx (x = 0.025, 0.05 and 0.075) and NdMn1-xCoxAsO0.95F0.05 (x = 0.03 - 0.15)

Abbie McLaughlin & Eve Jennifer Wildman
Variable temperature magnetic susceptibility data from 4 K - 400 K recorded at the University of Edinburgh.

Formal Arguments, Preferences, and Natural Language Interfaces to Humans: an Empirical Evaluation

Nava Tintarev, Nir Oren & Federico Cerutti
It has been claimed that computational models of argumentation provide support for complex decision making activities in part due to the close alignment between their semantics and human intuition. In this paper we assess this claim by means of an experiment: people’s evaluation of formal arguments — presented in plain English — is compared to the conclusions obtained from argumentation semantics. Our results show a correspondence between the acceptability of arguments by human subjects and...

Scrutable Autonomous Systems

Nava Tintarev & Matthew Green
A dataset from a self-paced reading experiment on aggregation, carried out as part of the Scrutable Autonomous Systems project at the University of Aberdeen.

Survey of landowner attitudes to red deer management along the west coast of Norway

Katrin Prager, Hans Bull & Mikkel Slaaen Kvernstuen
The study was based on a quantitative design to allow the examination of a large sample of the population of landowners whose properties are used for deer hunting in the southwest of Norway. The geographical focus was determined by the location of red deer populations and associated management issues. The number of red deer harvested is by far the highest in the southern part of the country along the west coast. Municipalities targeted in the...

McFarland et al SILAC data

Ian Stansfield
SILAC proteomic data associated with research publication: The molecular aetiology of tRNA synthetase depletion: induction of a GCN4 amino acid starvation response despite homeostatic maintenance of charged tRNA levels Matthew R. McFarland, Corina Keller, Brandon Childers, Holly Corrigall, Adélaïde Raguin, M. Carmen Romano, Ian Stansfield

Structural changes to forests during regeneration affect water flux partitioning, water ages and hydrological connectivity: Insights from tracer-aided ecohydrological modelling (Files and Python Scripts)

Aaron Neill
This repository contains files and Python scripts needed to reproduce and analyse model outputs used in the research paper "Structural changes to forests during regeneration affect water flux partitioning, water ages and hydrological connectivity: Insights from tracer-aided ecohydrological modelling", published in Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

Data from: The evolutionary relationships and age of Homo naledi: an assessment using dated Bayesian phylogenetic methods

Mana Dembo, Davorka Radovčić, Heather M Garvin, Myra F Laird, Lauren Schroeder, Jill E Scott, Juliet Brophy, Rebecca R Ackermann, Charles M. Musiba, Darryl J de Ruiter, Arne Ø Mooers & Mark Collard
Homo naledi is a recently discovered species of fossil hominin from South Africa. A considerable amount is already known about H. naledi but some important questions remain unanswered. Here we report a study that addressed two of them: “Where does H. naledi fit in the hominin evolutionary tree?” and “How old is it?” We used a large supermatrix of craniodental characters for both early and late hominin species and Bayesian phylogenetic techniques to carry out...

Data for Structured Review of the Validity of BLEU

Ehud Baruch Reiter
Structured review (meta-analysis) data for paper E Reiter (2018), A Structured Review of the Validity of BLEU

Dataset for \"How can skin check reminders be personalized to patient conscientiousness\"

Matthew Gordon Dennis
Anonymised data from this PATH 2015 workshop paper. This paper explores the potential of personalising health reminders to melanoma patients based on their personality (high vs low conscientiousness). We describe a study where we presented participants with a scenario with a fictional patient who has not performed a skin check for recurrent melanoma. The patient was described as either very conscientious, or very unconscientious. We asked participants to rate reminders inspired by Cialdini's 6 principles...

FITS Test Results and Analysis

Chukwuemeka David Emele
The FITS visualisation tool has been trialled offline with transport operator data for the North-West Aberdeenshire and Morayshire area as well as a set of passenger trip demands. A simulated demand generator was used to produce a set of passenger demands to reflect potential daily health-related trip demands. The generation of the trips is based on annual outpatient appointment data from each of nine districts (electoral wards) to and from five hospitals in the North-West...

Selected Public Transport Timetables for Scottish Borders

David Corsar
Timetable information for eight bus routes in the Scottish Borders, operated by First South East and Central Scotland. Data is formatted as Resource Description Framework (RDF) and stored in a Jena TDB dataset (see http://jena.apache.org/documentation/tdb/ for details of how to load and access the data).

Natural Language Generation - riverNLG

Xiwu Han
A demo executive file and resources for Natural Language Generation about river information communication

Magnetic and electronic data for CeMnAsO1-xFx (x = 0.03 and 0.035)

Abbie McLaughlin
Magnetic and electronic data for CeMnAsO1-xFx (x = 0.03 and 0.035)

Total skin self-examination at home for people treated for cutaneous melanoma

Peter Murchie & Susan Jane Hall
1. Recordings of interviews with people affected by melanoma to ascertain views on the role of technology in their follow-up. 2. Transcripts of interviews with people affected by melanoma to ascertain views on the role of technology in their follow-up 3. Report of Forres Experience Prototype Lab - May 2013 4. Questionnaire data from participants in ASICA pilot study. 5. Interviews tapes conducted with participants in the ASICA study. 6. Transcript of interviews conducted with...

Partners meeting: Brazil-UK partnership for development, improvement and implementation of integrated person-centred care in health systems

Magdalena Rzewuska
Photo documentation of the meeting

MAFIO: Model for the Agent-based simulation of Faecal Indicator Organisms

Aaron James Neill
MAFIO is an agent-based model designed to simulate the small-scale behaviour and transport of agents representing faecal indicator organisms (FIOs) in a spatially-distributed, process-based manner, in order to unravel the spatio-temporal dynamics of sources and transfer mechanisms contributing FIOs to streams in agricultural settings. This repository contains the source code for the model, which is written in Python 3.6. It is organised as follows: - ABM_getDirs_V1.py: script containing the locations of various input and output...

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