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Robust identification of backbone curves using control-based continuation

Data associated with the paper: L. Renson, et al., Robust identification of backbone curves using control-based continuation, Journal of Sound and Vibration, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jsv.2015.12.035

Liu Hao et al. (2016): Determination of Stark parameters by cross-calibration in a multi-element laser-induced plasma

Benjamin Truscott, Michael Ashfold & Hao Liu
Original data for the article "Determination of Stark parameters by cross-calibration in a multi-element laser-induced plasma" by Liu Hao, Benjamin S Truscott and Michael N R Ashfold

Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics: 2DIR of RDC

Andrew Orr-Ewing & Hugo Marroux
Experimental data associated with the ERC Advanced Grant project CAPRI (PI Prof A.J. Orr-Ewing).

Adsorption of sodium dodecylsulfate on single-walled carbon nanotubes characterised using small-angle neutron scattering

Emma Kastrisianaki-Guyton & Jeroen Van Duijneveldt
Source data for publication in J Colloid Interface Sci (2016)

PGOPHER version 9.1

Colin Western
PGOPHER is a general purpose program for simulating and fitting rotational, vibrational and electronic spectra. Included here are executables, source code, documentation and sample files for version 9.1.100 of the PGOPHER program. This is an update for version 8.0.102, also available in this repository Please also see the program web site, http://pgopher.chm.bris.ac.uk/. The program is open source, and covered by the LGPL. The documentation and other files are covered by the University of Bristol repository's...

Cerritelli 2016 Plos One NTS-POMC

Serena Cerritelli, Stefan Hirschberg & Anthony Pickering
Original data from paper

Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics

Katharina Roettger, Hugo Marroux, Andrew Orr-Ewing & Gareth Roberts
Cytidine and Thymidine Faraday Discussion data

Citation distortions in the literature on the serotonin-transporter-linked polymorphic region and amygdala activation

Ymkje Anna De Vries & Marcus Munafo
This study investigated citation bias in the literature on the serotonin-transporter-linked polymorphic region (5-HTTLPR) and amygdala activation. We included 25 studies from a recent meta-analysis by Murphy et al. (2012).

Superresolution with an optical tactile sensor

Nathan Lepora & Benjamin Ward-Cherrier
The following data was obtained from the TacTip, an optical tactile sensor while tapping vertically downwards on a 40mm diameter hemicylinder, at 4000 locations separated horizontally by 0.01mm. The data was used in a study exploring superresolution with the TacTip sensor: 10.1109/IROS.2015.7353744.

Accurate Measurements of Aerosol Hygroscopic Growth Over a Wide Range in Relative Humidity

Andrew Rickards, Frances Marshall, Jonathan Reid, Michael Cotterell, Rachael Miles, Young Chul Song, Grazia Rovelli, Rose Willoughby, Allen Haddrell & Aleksandra Marsh
The hygroscopic properties of aerosol govern the response of aerosol particle size and composition to the relative humidity of the gas phase. The data sets in this project are accumulated from single particle measurements of hygroscopic response made at the Bristol Aerosol Research Centre. Here, we include data for the publication: Journal of Physical Chemistry A (2016) Accurate Measurements of Aerosol Hygroscopic Growth Over a Wide Range in Relative Humidity Grazia Rovelli [1,2], Rachael E.H....

BiB - Believing in BERT

Adriana Hamacher, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Anthony G. Pipe & Kerstin Eder
The BiB study investigated the benefits of an affective physical interaction with a humanoid robot by comparing an expressive and communicative condition with a faster, less error prone but non-communicative one. The BiB study was conducted as part of the Trustworthy Robotic Assistants (ROBOSAFE) project. Preferred data citation: Adriana Hamacher, Nadia Bianchi-Berthouze, Anthony G. Pipe and Kerstin Eder (2016): BiB - Believing in BERT.

Steady-state droplet size in montmorillonite stabilised emulsions

Jeroen Van Duijneveldt & William Ganley
Data supporting paper in Soft Matter by WJ Ganley and JS van Duijneveldt

Pneumococcal serotypes colonise the nasopharynx in children at different densities

Paulina Sikora-Liszka, Adam Finn, Leon Danon &
These data are results of a cross sectional study of nasopharyngeal bacterial colonisation of a group of healthy pre-school children from Coimbra, Portugal who had nasal swabs taken at nursery school in March 2011. The swabs were analysed by real time quantitative PCR for S. pneumoniae using primers specific to the pneumococcal gene (LytA) for autolysin. In addition samples in which S. pneumoniae was detected underwent microarray analysis for different capsular gene loci, permitting detection...

EPSRC-CRUST

This data depositor is used for storing and sharing research data that are generated as part of an EPSRC-funded project CRUST (cascading risk and uncertainty of strong shaking and tsunami).

Effect of glass markings on drinking rate in social alcohol drinkers (study one)

Angela Attwood, Marcus Munafo & David Troy
This study investigated whether volume information on curved glasses alters the time taken to consume an alcoholic beverage. Participants (n = 159) were asked to drink low or standard strength lager from either a curved glass marked at midpoint with a band of yellow tape or an unmarked curved glass. Time to consume the drink was recorded. Data are restricted access for this study as participants were consented under procedures that did not include consent...

Experimental tracking of limit-point bifurcations and backbone curves using control-based continuation

Ludovic Renson
Experimental Data associated with "Experimental tracking of limit-point bifurcations and backbone curves using control-based continuation, International Journal of Bifurcation and Chaos." (CC-BY 4.0 licence)

Polymorphism in coronene

Simon Hall
The control of polymorphism in coronene

Fluctuating nest choice

Nigel Franks & Dominic Burns
In collective decision making, groups collate social information to inform their decisions. Indeed, societies can gather more information than individuals so social information can be more reliable than private information. Colonies of Temnothorax albipennis can estimate the average quality of fluctuating nest sites when the sharing of social information through recruitment is rare. However, collective decisions in T. albipennis are often reached with the use of recruitment. We use a new experimental setup to test...

Putzke_Y124_Quantum_Oscillations

Antony Carrington
Pulsed Field, Shubnikov-de Haas data for YBa2Cu4O8

Genome-wide meta-analysis of cotinine levels in cigarette smokers identifies locus at 4q13.2

JJ Ware
Cotinine is the primary metabolite of nicotine, and a biomarker of tobacco use. It may provide a more precise measure of heaviness of smoking in genetic studies. This study is a genome wide association study (GWAS) meta-analysis of cotinine levels in 4,548 daily smokers of European ancestry.

Random geometric graphs with general connection functions

Carl Dettmann &
Spatially Embedded Networks is an EPSRC funded project, EP/N002458/1, linked to a project in Oxford EP/N002350/1. It involves exploring mathematical and network properties random graphs in which the nodes are located in space, with application to wireless communications. These data files are for Figs 4-6 of the paper "Random geometric graphs with general connection functions" C. P. Dettmann and O. Georgiou.

Histology and affinity of anaspids, and the early evolution of the vertebrate dermal skeleton

Philip Donoghue & Joseph Keating
Synchrotron x-ray tomographic datasets of anaspid scales. Keating, J. N. & Donoghue, P. C. J. 2016. Histology and affinity of anaspids, and the early evolution of the vertebrate dermal skeleton. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.

How sticky is the chaos/order boundary?

Carl Dettmann
Spatially Embedded Networks is an EPSRC funded project, EP/N002458/1, linked to a project in Oxford EP/N002350/1. It involves exploring mathematical and network properties random graphs in which the nodes are located in space, with application to wireless communications. These are data files corresponding to figures 2,3 and 6 of the paper "How sticky is the chaos/order boundary?", C. P. Dettmann.

Tactile quality control with biomimetic active perception

Nathan Lepora & Benjamin Ward-Cherrier
The following data was obtained from the TacTip, an optical tactile sensor while tapping vertically downwards on a series of gaps cut in a horizontal perspex sheet. Gaps go from 0.25mm to 5mm in 0.25mm steps and are each tapped 110 times at depths ranging over 5.5mm. The data was used in a study investigating tactile quality control with the TacTip sensor. 10.1109/LRA.2016.2524071

GEC 2016 Supplementary experiment

Stephan Lewandowsky & Stephan Lewandowsky
Data for the supplementary rating experiment reported in Lewandowsky, S.; Ballard, T.; Oberauer, K. & Benestad, R. A blind expert test of contrarian claims about climate data Global Environmental Change, 2016, 39, 91-97 (doi: 10.1016/j.gloenvcha.2016.04.013) in which climate scientists evaluated contrarian claims about climate data. The data set and R script are explained in the README.txt file.

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