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1834 Parisian deaf-mute banquet

Michael Gulliver
Commentaried English translation of the official published account of the 1834 Parisian Deaf-Mute banquet. Traduction commentée en anglais du récit official du banquet de l'année 1834 des sourds-muets de Paris.

Water Evaporation Coefficient

Rachael Miles, Allen Haddrell & Jonathan Reid
The kinetics of water droplet evaporation have been measured using a cylindrical electrodynamic balance, recording the evolving size of droplets over time. Measurements have been made over a range of temperatures extending from 248 to 293 K. From these data, the vapour pressure of water (including under super-cooled conditions) has been inferred. A constraint has also been placed on the value of the evaporation coefficient. This work was undertaken as part of the NERC grant...

2011 Grímsvötn eruption: table of ash shape parameters

Emma Liu, Katharine Cashman & Alison Rust
This dataset contains raw size measurements and derived shape parameters for six ash samples of the 2011 Grímsvötn eruption, Iceland (G1, G3, G4, G6, G7, & G8). All size measurements were made on backscattered electron SEM images using ImageJ image analysis software. Size measurements have units of pixels, and the dimensions of each pixels (in microns) is given for each sample. This dataset forms part of the supplementary material for the publication Liu, E.J., Cashman,...

Variation in the oral processing of everyday meals is associated with fullness and meal size; a potential nudge to reduce energy intake

ML Bosworth
Raw data for the paper entitled "Variation in the oral processing of everyday meals is associated with fullness and meal size; a potential nudge to reduce energy intake". Abstract: Laboratory studies have demonstrated that experimental manipulations of oral processing can have a marked effect on energy intake. Here, we explored whether variations in oral processing across a range of unmodified everyday meals could affect post-meal fullness and meal size. In Study 1, female participants (N=12)...

BaSn5

Stephen Dugdale, Thomas Millichamp, David Ernsting & David Billington
Calculations of the electronic band structure, Fermi surface, and electron-phonon coupling in BaSn5

EP/K018965/1

Simon Bennie & Frederick Manby
The theory of quantum mechanics provides the means to calculate the structure of molecules, and how molecules will behave. The calculations are complicated, partly because a molecule has many interacting components, and partly because of the intrinsic complications of quantum mechanics itself. Exact quantum mechanical results can be obtained for the simplest of systems, but for real problems, approximations are needed. The field that produces these approximations, then converts them into usable software tools is...

Ultrafast Chemical Dynamics: CN + acetone reaction in chloroform

Greg Dunning, Andrew Orr-Ewing & Thomas Preston
Experimental data associated with the study of the ultrafast dynamics of reactions of CN radicals with acetone in solution, using femtosecond transient absorption spectroscopy.

Control-based continuation: bifurcation and stability analysis for physical experiments

David Barton
Experimental data associated with the paper "Control-based continuation: bifurcation and stability analysis for physical experiments" by David A.W. Barton

Emotion recognition training using composite faces generalises across identities but not all emotions

Michael Dalili & Marcus Munafo
This study investigated whether emotion recognition training effects generalise across identities (experiment 1), and across emotions (experiment 2). Participants in this study were consented under procedures that did not include consent for data to be made open.

Cell paintballing using optically targeted coacervate microdroplets

Thomas Green, Madeline Burke, Benjamin Carter, Adam Perriman, James Armstrong, Monika Jakimowicz & Robert Deller
This project contains the structured data from the Perriman Group in CMM

Leadership emergence in a data-driven model of zebrafish shoals with speed modulation (obsolete)

Mario Di Bernardo, Maurizio Porfiri, Adam Zienkiewicz & David Barton
The data in this folder has been superseded by dataset DOI: 10.5523/bris.jwp3t4c6ioj41mfkrmsl2vgt6

Data associated with Hall et al. (2015), Developmental Psychology

, Christopher Jarrold & Amy Zarandi
Data (.csv files) and metadata file for data associated with Hall et al. (2015) Developmental Psychology publication

Interaction of inter- and intralaminar damage in scaled quasistatic indentation tests: X-ray CT-scan Images

Stephen Hallett &
This set of X-Ray Computed Tomography (CT)-scanning images presents the complete internal damage structure of a composite laminate under transverse static indentation loading. This provides additional information to complement the journal paper 'Interaction of inter- and intralaminar damage in scaled quasi-static indentation tests: Part 1-Experiments'. It has been made available to facilitate readers’ understanding of the interaction between difference damage mechanisms in low-velocity impact in laminated composites. CT-scanning was conducted at by the Advance Composite...

ICESat derived inland water surface spot heights (IWSH)

Fiachra O'Loughlin, , &
The format of the dataset are as follows: Intermediate product (GLA14-WaterLevel) are named using the coordinates of the bottom left corner and the data is presented as: Latitude Longitude Elevation Time of observation i_water i_adj. Final Inland Water level database (Final) are named using the same convention of the intermediate product and the data is stored as .csv file is presented as: Latitude, Longitude, Time of observation, mean elevation of observations, median elevations of observations,...

VIL: Optimal duration database 1

Miltiadis Alexios Papadopoulos & Felix Mercer Moss
This is a repository for the data reported in journal article "On the Optimal Presentation Duration for Subjective Video Quality Assessment", published in IEEE Transactions CSVT. The data is being published as all researchers funded by EPSRC are obliged to make their data publically available.

SPHERE_H130_dataset

Majid Mirmehdi, Adeline Paiement, Massimo Camplani, Sion Hannuna, D Aldamen, Tilo Burghardt & Lili Tao
The dataset contains both RGB and depth images, and the data from two accelerometers for activity recognition in home environments. The dataset was presented in: L. Tao, T. Burghardt, S. Hannuna, M. Camplani, A. Paiement, D. Damen, M. Mirmehdi, I. Craddock. A Comparative Home Activity Monitoring Study using Visual and Inertial Sensors, 17th International Conference on E-Health Networking, Application and Services, 635-638, 2015. (The size of the repository is relatively big. We suggest users who...

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.

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