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Nuclei and nucleoli in embryo-like fossils from the Ediacaran Weng’an Biota

Stefan Bengtson, , John A. Cunningham, Philip Donoghue, & Kelly Vargas
Three dimensional synchrotron x-ray tomographic (SRXTM) datasets and analyses of nuclei and nucleoli in embryo-like fossils from the Ediacaran Weng’an Biota.

Evaporation kinetics of polyol droplets: determination of evaporation coefficients and diffusion constants (JGR 2017)

Rachael Miles, Allen Haddrell & Jonathan Reid
In order to quantify the kinetics of mass transfer between the gas and condensed phases in aerosol, physicochemical properties of the gas and condensed phases as well as kinetic parameters (mass/thermal accommodation coefficient) are crucial for estimating mass fluxes over a wide size range from the free-molecule to continuum regimes. In this study, we report measurements of the evaporation kinetics of droplets of 1-butanol, ethylene glycol (EG), diethylene glycol (DEG) and glycerol under well-controlled conditions...

Supporting data for \"Rapid Deployment of a WSN on the Clifton Suspension Bridge, UK\"

S Gunner, P. J. Vardanega, T. Tryfonas, J. H. G. Macdonald & R. E. Wilson
Data record contains data required to produce the plots shown in figures 4, 6, 7 and 8 from: Gunner, S, Vardanega, P. J., Tryfonas, T., Macdonald, J. H. G and Wilson, R. E. (2017) Rapid Deployment of a WSN on the Clifton Suspension Bridge, UK. 'Proceedings of the Institution of Civil Engineers - Smart Infrastructure and Construction', DOI https://doi.org/10.1680/jsmic.17.00014

No effect of gamification on attrition from a web-based longitudinal cognitive testing study

Marcus Munafo & Jim Lumsden
In this online experimental repeated-measures study, participants were randomized to one of three gamelike variants (non-game, points, theme) in a between subjects design, to assess whether gamification reduced dropout from the study (attrition).

Performance Data for Tuneable Electrically Small Antennas

Mark Beach & Oliver James
This data set supports the paper "Novel Performance Metrics for Tuneable Electrically Small Antennas" (in submission). The data included describes the reflection coefficient and radiation performance (efficiency and pattern) of a set of antennas designed for operation in the UHF band. The performance data are then used to highlight the shortcomings associated with widely used performance metrics. New metrics for the objective comparison of transmission performance of tuneable antennas are given based on these data,...

Composites wrinkle geometry simulation data

Stephen Hallett, Robert Smith &
This repository contains numerical simulation data from a study on the influence of composite wrinkle defect geometry on compressive strength. It was conducted at the University of Bristol under the EPSRC funded Doctoral Training Programme (grant reference no. EP/L504919/1). It is in support of the paper "A numerical study on the influence of composite wrinkle defect geometry on compressive strength" by Ningbo Xie, Robert A. Smith, Supratik Mukhopadhyay and Stephen R. Hallett, published in Materials...

TEM data from residual casting regions in an ex-service and subsequently aged AISI Type 316H stainless steel

Alexander Warren, Peter EJ Flewitt & Ian Griffiths
Transmission electron microscopy data for secondary phase evolution in Cr rich residual casting regions in an ex-service (67000 hrs at 490-530 degC) and subsequently heat treated (+22000 hrs at 550 degC) large AISI Type 316H Austenitic Stainless Steel casting.

Model-independent determination of the strong phase difference between D0 and Dbar --> pi+ pi- pi+ pi- amplitudes

Samuel Harnew, , Claire Prouvé, Jonas Rademacker & David Asner
This directory contains machine-readable data, and example code for their use, related to our publication "Model-independent determination of the strong phase difference between D0 and Dbar --> pi+ pi- pi+ pi- amplitudes" available at http://inspirehep.net/record/1622744/ . For details, please refer to readme.txt in this directory, and to the publication itself.

State Anxiety and Information Processing: a 7.5% Carbon Dioxide Challenge Study

Marcus Munafo & Angela Attwood
This study investigates the effects of state anxiety (induced by 7.5% carbon dioxide inhalation) on simple information processing. It recruits healthy volunteers and compares information processing during inhalation of 7.5% carbon dioxide and inhalation of medical air (placebo) in a within-subjects design.

Data for Criegee intermediate reactions with organic acids

Andrew Orr-Ewing, Rabi Chhantyal Pun & Max McGillen
Data for a NERC funded project NE/P013104/1

A Dataset for Depth-Based Whole Body Photoplethysmography in Remote Pulmonary Function Testing

Vahid Soleimani, Majid Mirmehdi & Dima Damen
This dataset (dPPG PFT) is associated with the article "Depth-based Whole Body Photoplethysmography in Pulmonary Function Testing". dPPG PFT dataset presents body surface depth information of 35 subjects within 300 forced vital capacity (FVC) and slow vital capacity (SVC) spirometry tests. It also contains the spirometry data as ground truth for validation, and the results of our research papers on this dataset. Further details of the dataset and its folder structure and files format can...

Data from PATH trial (03-2018)

Paige Lacesso, Gene Feder & Giulia Ferrari
Design: Pragmatic parallel group individually randomized controlled trial of normal DVA advocacy vs. advocacy + psychological intervention. Setting: specialist DVA agencies; two UK cities. Participants: Women aged 16 years and older accessing DVA services. Intervention: Eight specialist psychological advocacy (SPA) sessions Primary outcomes at 12 months: depression symptoms (PHQ-9) and psychological distress (CORE-OM). Primary analysis: intention to treat regression model. Secondary analyses: pre-specified subgroup analyses; multiple imputation by chained equation models (mice); complier-average causal effects...

Data from paper: Exploring the design space of nonlinear shallow arches with generalised path-following

Alberto Pirrera, Rainer Maria Groh, Bradley Cox & D Avitabile
Figures from the paper: Exploring the design space of nonlinear shallow arches with generalised path-following

Data from Reward and Probability (05-2018)

Rosanne Clark & Iain Gilchrist
The probability of an event occurring and the reward associated with the event can both modulate behaviour. Response times are decreased to stimuli that are either more rewarding or more likely. These two factors can be combined to give an Expected Value (EV) associated with the event (i.e. probability x reward). In four experiments we investigate the effect of reward and probability on both saccadic and manual responses. When tested separately we find evidence for...

Data from Hermit Crab Shell Choice Paper 2018

David Wilby
Data from behavioural experiments investigating achromatic shell choice behaviour in hermit crabs.

Unblinding protocol and data from a blinded randomised controlled trial investigating carriage of bovine respiratory pathogens (05-2018)

Amy Thomas, Mark Eisler & Adam Finn
This unblinding protocol and associated results provide an overview of a blinded randomised controlled trial with open cohort stepped-wedge design conducted at the BBSRC Rothamsted Research North Wyke Farm Platform National Capability commencing at the start of winter housing of cattle 2016. They are published here in the University of Bristol Data Repository to provide evidence of our study design, objectives, conduct, sample collection and processing, and data analysis prior to unblinding of the study....

Data from Distinguishability (06-2018)

Peter Turner, Stasja Stanisic & Alexandra Moylett
Interference lies at the heart of quantum mechanics and thus its promise of fundamental advantages over non-quantum technologies, with far-reaching ramifications in communication, metrology, sensing, simulation and computation. The nemesis of quantum interference is distinguishability, with the Hong-Ou-Mandel (HOM) effect being a prototypical example. Rather than the usual second quantized approach to such situations, we can gain insight by bringing quantum information concepts to bear in first quantization. Distinguishability can then be modelled, for example,...

Data from Soil nitrogen response to shrub encroachment in a degrading semiarid grassland

Thomas Turpin-Jelfs & Katerina Michaelides
The data presented here relate to the manuscript led by Thomas Turpin-Jelfs on Soil nitrogen response to shrub encroachment in a degrading semiarid grassland.

Climate data from paper \"A Quantitative Hydrological Climate Classification Evaluated with Independent Streamflow Data\"

Wouter Knoben
Data used to create a hydrological climate classification, containing climate indices and a high-resolution climate map.

Above 600 mV Open Circuit Voltage BiI3 Solar Cells

David Fermin & Devendra Tiwari
This deposition includes the data of the experiments and calculations used and presented in the article published in American Chemical Society (ACS) Journal: Energy Letters titled: Above 600 mV Open Circuit Voltage by evendra Tiwari, Dominic Alibhai, and David J Fermin. DOI: 10.1021/acsenergylett.8b01182

The spectrum of N2 from 4500 to 15700 cm−1 revisited with PGOPHER

Colin Western
This data provides supporting information to accompany "The spectrum of N2 from 4500 to 15700 cm−1 revisited with PGOPHER", Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, Colin M. Western, Luke Carter-Blatchford Patrick Crozet, Amanda J. Ross, Jérôme Morville and Dennis Tokaryk. It covers the analysis of the B – A, B' – B, and W – B bands of nitrogen, and provides an atlas allowing this spectrum to be used for calibration purposes in the...

Black Diamond antimicrobial surfaces paper (Sci Reports 2018)

Paul May
Raw data for the paper to appear in Sci Reports 2018

The role of 1-pi-sigma* states in thre formation of adenine radical cations in DNA duplexes

Michael Ashfold & Tolga Karsili
Results from Louisiana/Bristol calculations on non-radiative decay of photoexcited adenine derivatives.

Kuhnel, Rossiter, Faul - Laser-scribed Graphene Oxide Electrodes for Soft Electroactive Devices

Additional data - Laser-scribed Graphene Oxide Electrodes for Soft Electroactive Devices

Unsöld functional

Frederick Manby & Tim Wiles
Data used in the preparation of our paper on the Unsöld approximation in density functional theory.

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