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Fission yeast Polarity Recruitment Dataset

Daniel P. Mulvihill & Matthew Johnson
Fluorescence image datasets of 10 polarity determinant proteins within fission yeast in wild type and 11 deletion strains

Tolerating tigers - encounter risk and tolerance data for tigers in Sumatra

Matthew J Struebig & Freya A V St. John

symsol_reduced

L. Bonheme & M. Grzes
A reduced version of the symmetric solids dataset (https://www.tensorflow.org/datasets/catalog/symmetric_solids) initially proposed by [1] where duplicate images (i.e., images with equivalent rotations) and marked shapes are removed. The images are provided unlabelled and resized to 64x64. [1] Murphy, K. A., Esteves, C., Jampani, V., Ramalingam, S., & Makadia, A. (2021, July). Implicit-PDF: Non-Parametric Representation of Probability Distributions on the Rotation Manifold. In International Conference on Machine Learning (pp. 7882-7893). PMLR.

Q sort data for PaN-20-08-211

Gail Austen, Martin Dallimer, Katherine Irvine, Phoebe R Maund, Robert Fish & Zoe Davies

Oakley and Bicknell Data

Jake Bicknell & Joseph Oakley
Meta analysis data used in Oakley and Bicknell, submitted to Nature May 2021

Exceptional yield vesicular recombinant protein production from E. coli.

T. A. Eastwood, K. B. Baker & D. P. Mulvihill
This file contains images of the coomassie stained SDS-PAGE gels of used for densitometry analysis to determine cytosolic and exported yields of VNp fusion proteins. Sample details and preparation methods are described here and in the associated publication.

GCHQ Gendered narratives Project Case 2 (of 2)

Harmonie Toros & Caio Ribiero
These datasets were prepared as part of a research project lead by Dr Harmonie Toros, titled “Gendered Narrative Analysis of Violent Extremism in the United Kingdom”, funded by GCHQ’s Research Fellowship in National Resilience scheme. The project uses two case studies – the controversy surrounding the return to the UK of Shamima Begum from Iraq/Syria and the attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand – to investigate the gendered narratives regarding violent extremism in...

Models released for How do Variational Autoencoders Learn? Insights from Representational Similarity

L. Bonheme & M. Grzes
This repository contains the 300 VAE models saved at different epochs for "How do Variational Autoencoders Learn? Insights from Representational Similarity".

Eighteenth Century Journals V

J E Batchelor & Adam Matthew Digital
Part V of Adam Matthew Digital’s Eighteenth-Century Journals (ECJ) subscription online resource. Eighteenth-Century Journals V offers a complete and full-text searchable digitisation of the Lady’s Magazine (1770-1832) with secondary resources. Jennie Batchelor was Consultant Editor for Eighteenth-Century Journals V and the author of its scholarly introduction. ECJ V also features (on open access, not behind the subscription paywall) ‘The Lady’s Magazine Index’, co-authored with Koenraad Claes and Jenny DiPlacidi. The ‘Index’ was a key output...

Quantifying poaching rates data

Helen Pheasey & Roldan Valverde

It's a girl!: supporting material for thesis \"'To what extent is \"sex\" a constrained production, a forcible effect, one which sets the limits to what will qualify as a body?' (Butler, 1993: pg. 23) an embodied inquiry into feminine performance in 2016 with a focus on the female body as resistance\"

Kate Reader
3 videos of performance Judith Butler argued that gender performance and gendered ways of being were strategies of survival, which became so normalised, through everyday habits and habitual performances, that men and women became 'entranced by their own fictions whereby the construction compels one's belief in its necessity and naturalness' (1988: pg. 522). Butler further supposed that, in order to discern the conditions of oppression that certain gendered performances receive, we must examine the daily...

EVRPTW-RS-SMBS

Ramin Raeesi
This data set contains all instances and the case study data used in the paper "Coordinated routing of electric commercial vehicles with intra-route recharging and en-route battery swapping", published in European Journal of Operational Research.

Replication archive for 'Macroeconomic simulation comparison with a multivariate extension of the Markov Information Criterion'

Sylvain Barde
This archive contains all the code, parameters and files required to replicate the numerical analysis contained in the working paper entitled 'Macroeconomic -simulation comparison with a multivariate extension of the Markov Information Criterion'. Compressed with 7-zip

GCHQ Gendered narratives Project Case 1 (of 2)

Harmonie Toros & Caio Ribiero
These datasets were prepared as part of a research project lead by Dr Harmonie Toros, titled “Gendered Narrative Analysis of Violent Extremism in the United Kingdom”, funded by GCHQ’s Research Fellowship in National Resilience scheme. The project uses two case studies – the controversy surrounding the return to the UK of Shamima Begum from Iraq/Syria and the attack on two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand – to investigate the gendered narratives regarding violent extremism in...

EVRPTW-SMBS

Ramin Raeesi
This data set contains all instances used in the paper "The Electric Vehicle Routing Problem with Time Windows and Synchronised Mobile Battery Swapping", published in Transportation Research Part B: Methodological.

Range-wide decline of Chinese giant salamanders Andrias spp. from suitable habitat: Supplementary material

B Tapley, S. T Turvey, S Chen, G Wei, F Xie, J Yang, Z Liang, H Tian, M Wu, S Okada, J Wang, J Lv, F Zhou, J Xu, H Zhao, J Redbond, T Brown & A. A Cunningham

Species identification by conservation practitioners using online images - data

Gail E. Austen, Markus Bindemann, Richard A. Griffiths & David L. Roberts
Emerging technologies have led to an increase in species observations being recorded via digital images. Such visual records are easily shared, and are often uploaded to online communities when help is required to identify or validate species. Although this is common practice, little is known about the accuracy of species identification from such images. Using online images of newts that are native and non-native to the UK, this study asked holders of great crested newt...

The Role of Conferences on the Pathway to Academic Impact: Evidence from a Natural Experiment

Fernanda, L L Leon & Ben McQuillin
The files attached here are the inputs and data to replicate the results reported in the paper “The Role of Conferences on the Pathway to Academic Impact: Evidence from a Natural Experiment” to be published in the JHR.

Similarity scores released for How do Variational Autoencoders Learn? Insights from Representational Similarity

L. Bonheme & M. Grzes
This repository contains more than 45 million of similarity scores used in "How do Variational Autoencoders Learn? Insights from Representational Similarity".

Interviews on conscience and dissent in the USSR (Интервью о совести и инакомыслии в СССР)

Philip Boobbyer
Interviews on conscience and dissent in the USSR Interviews conducted by Dr Philip Boobbyer (University of Kent) These interviews, all of them in Russian, were conducted by Dr Boobbyer for a research project on the role of ‘conscience’ in undermining communism in the late Soviet era. Material from the interviews was used in the book Conscience, Dissent and Reform in Soviet Russia (London: Routledge, 2005), published in Russian as Sovest’, dissidentstvo i reformy v Sovetskoi...

Ethnicity Bias and the Individual Preference Effect in a Hidden Profile Recruiting Task: SPSS data sheets Studies 1-3

DH Nicholson
Three SPSS data worksheets, collected over the period March 2020-December 2021, which comprise the data sets for the three studies included in the empirical paper.

Deviant Ingroup Protection Effect Study 6 2020

Dominic Abrams, Giovanni A Travaglino, Ben Davies, J. M. Marques & Georgina Randsley de Moura
This is Study 6 reported in a paper by Abrams, Travaglino et al. on the Deviant Ingroup Protection Effect, in the Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. Participants Participants were one hundred fifty-five introductory psychology students at a UK University Design Participants were presented with a superordinate in-category or out-category profile in which one of the groups occupied an anti-normative (attenuator), one occupied a pro-normative (accentuator) and the rest occupied normative (consolidator) positions. When out-category...

He Says Yes She Says No: Meta Essentials Workbooks A-J

Dawn Nicholson
A collection of 9 excel workbooks (Meta-Essentials) supporting the meta-analytic findings in the paper "He Says Yes, She Says No". The meta-analyses effect sizes were calculated using ‘Meta-Essentials’ (version 1.1) [Excel spreadsheet] (Suurmond, van Rhee, & Hak, 2017). This is a set of Excel spreadsheet workbooks which is free to use and which can be downloaded from an accompanying website (www.meta-essentials.com) together with an accompanying user manual (Van Rhee, Suurmond, & Hak, 2015). Both the...

Supporting Files NNEG project

Radu Tunaru & Enoch Nii Boi Quaye
These files were used to produce our results for the ERM project on NNEG valuation. Please note that the cash-flow analysis has been revamped.

Public perception of organised crime in Southern Italy [supporting data].

Giovanni Travaglino

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