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Voice interfaces in everyday life

Martin Porcheron
Anonymised transcripts of Amazon Echo interfaces in a home, as used in the CHI 2018 paper "Voice Interfaces in Everyday Life". This data was captured using a custom-built recording device ("Conditional Voice Recorder") that recorded a minute before and a minute after Amazon Echo interactions in the home. More information on recording can be found in the paper. Audio recordings for the transcripts available to download may be available by contacting one of the listed...

Lesson plans for research on visual representations and low achieving students' learning

Leonardo Barichello
These lesson plans were used for the data collection of a research study aimed at investigating how low achieving students learn fractions through an approach emphasizing visual representations.

Psychological therapy interactions coding scheme (PICS) development data: coder summary ratings

Sam Malins
This dataset should be viewed alongside the accompanying paper: The Development of an Observational Measure to Assess Patient Activation, Illustrated in Psychological Therapy with Long-Term High Users of Healthcare Who Have Complex Needs. It shows the summary scores for ratings given by four coders using the PICS for 10 sessions of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy (CBT).Summary scores range from 0 to 100, dependent on the level of patient activation deemed to be present in each PICS...

Data for \"Mammalian behvior and physiology converge to confirm sharper cochlear tuning in humans\"

Christian Sumner
These are the data for the paper entitled "Mammalian behavior and physiology confirm to confirm sharper cochlear tuning in humans"

Improved extraction repeatability and spectral reproducibility for liquid extraction surface analysis–mass spectrometry using superhydrophobic–superhydrophilic patterning

Joris Meurs & Morgan Alexander
Data related to the paper "Improved Extraction Repeatability and Spectral Reproducibility for Liquid Extraction Surface Analysis–Mass Spectrometry Using Superhydrophobic–Superhydrophilic Patterning" A major problem limiting reproducible use of liquid extraction surface analysis (LESA) array sampling of dried surface-deposited liquid samples is the unwanted spread of extraction solvent beyond the dried sample limits, resulting in unreliable data. Here, we explore the use of the Droplet Microarray (DMA), which consists of an array of superhydrophilic spots bordered by...

Prediction of broad spectrum pathogen attachment to coating materials for biomedical devices data

Morgan Alexander, Paulius Mikulskis & David Winkler
Bacterial infections in healthcare settings are a frequent accompaniment to both routine procedures such as catheterization and surgical site interventions. Their impact is becoming even more marked as the numbers of medical devices that are used to manage chronic health conditions and improve quality of life increases. The resistance of pathogens to multiple antibiotics is also increasing, adding an additional layer of complexity to the problems of employing safe and effective medical procedures. One approach...

Software implementation of the Test of Attention in Listening

Oliver Zobay
Disclaimer: THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED. USE IS ENTIRELY AT THE USER'S OWN RISK. For contributions to the development of the software, we gratefully acknowledge Victor Chilekwa, Sygal Amitay, Johanna Barry, Hannah Stewart, Yuxuan Zhang and Dave Moore. The development of the software was done at the MRC Institute of Hearing Research and supported by intramural funding from the MRC. The TAiL program makes use of...

Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: \"Enantioselective nickel-catalyzed arylative intramolecular 1,4-allylations\"

Hon Wai Lam
Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: "Enantioselective nickel-catalyzed arylative intramolecular 1,4-allylations" The enantioselective nickel-catalyzed desymmetrization of allenyl cyclohexa-2,5-dienones by reaction with arylboronic acids is described. Nickel-catalyzed arylation of the allene gives allylnickel species, which undergo cyclization by 1,4-allylation to produce hexahydroindol-5-ones and hexahydrofuran-5-ones with three contiguous stereocenters in high diastereo- and enantioselectivities.

Incorporation of an ultrasound and model guided permissible region improves quantitative source recovery in bioluminescence tomography

Baptiste Jayet
The data contained in this collection are simulation results of reconstruction performed with NIRFAST to investigate the benefits of having prior information about source location (given by ultrasound) in tomographic reconstruction of bioluminescent sources.

Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: \"Synthesis of multisubstituted pyrroles by nickel-catalyzed arylative cyclizations of N-tosyl alkynamides\"

Hon Wai Lam
Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: "Synthesis of multisubstituted pyrroles by nickel-catalyzed arylative cyclizations of N-tosyl alkynamides".

How UX practitioners produce findings in usability testing

Stuart Reeves
Anonymised fragments of video and associated transcripts.

NMR data for paper: One-carbon oxidative annulation of 1,3-enynes by catalytic C–H functionalization and 1,4-rhodium(III) migration

Hon Wai Lam & Johnathon Dooley
Raw NMR data for the paper entitled: "One-carbon oxidative annulation of 1,3-enynes by catalytic C–H functionalization and 1,4-rhodium(III) migration"

Data for paper, Upscaling diffusion through first-order volumetric sinks: a homogenization of bacterial nutrient uptake

Mohit Dalwadi
Data for the SIAP paper "Upscaling diffusion through first-order volumetric sinks: a homogenization of bacterial nutrient uptake".

Identification of novel ‘inks’ for 3D printing using high throughput screening: bioresorbable photocurable polymers for controlled drug delivery

Iria Louzao & Morgan Alexander
Experimental data: Rheology, ToF-SIMS, drug release data, NMR, GPC, DMT Modulus, cytotoxicity

Effect of surfactant on Pseudomonas aeruginosa colonization of polymer microparticles and flat films

Amanda Hüsler & Morgan Alexander
Data relating to the paper: "Effect of surfactant on Pseudomonas aeruginosa colonization of polymer microparticles and flat films." Micro- and nanoparticles are of great interest because of their potential for trafficking into the body for applications such as low-fouling coatings on medical devices, drug delivery in pharmaceutics and cell carriers in regenerative medicine strategies. Particle production often relies on the use of surfactants to promote stable droplet formation. However, the presence of residual surfactant has...

Psychological therapy interactions coding scheme (PICS) development data: PICS Manual 1.5

Sam Malins
This manual should be read in conjunction with the following paper describing its development: The Development of an Observational Measure to Assess Patient Activation, Illustrated in Psychological Therapy with Long-Term High Users of Healthcare Who Have Complex Needs. The PICS manual gives a detailed description of a coding method for rating patient activation levels in psychological therapy interactions.

Psychological therapy interactions coding scheme (PICS) development data: outcomes comparison

Sam Malins
This dataset should be viewed alongside the accompanying paper: The Development of an Observational Measure to Assess Patient Activation, Illustrated in Psychological Therapy with Long-Term High Users of Healthcare Who Have Complex Needs. This dataset shows the PICS ratings for all participants averaged across all coders. Scores on all themes are combined to an average content/turns theme score and an average global theme score. Participants are ordered according to their scores, highest at the top...

Moiré-modulated conductance of hexagonal boron nitride tunnel barriers

Alex Summerfield
Monolayer hexagonal boron nitride (hBN) tunnel barriers investigated using conductive atomic force microscopy reveal moiré patterns in the spatial maps of their tunnel conductance consistent with the formation of a moiré superlattice between the hBN and an underlying highly ordered pyrolytic graphite (HOPG) substrate. This variation is attributed to a periodic modulation of the local density of states and occurs for both exfoliated hBN barriers and epitaxially-grown layers. The epitaxial barriers also exhibit enhanced conductance...

Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: \"Remote Nucleophilic Allylation by Allylrhodium Chain Walking\"

Hon Wai Lam
Raw data for new compounds described in the paper: "Remote Nucleophilic Allylation by Allylrhodium Chain Walking". Metal migration through a carbon chain is a versatile method for achieving remote functionalization. However, almost all known examples involve the overall net migration of alkylmetal species. Here, we report that allylrhodium species obtained from hydrorhodation of 1,3-dienes undergo chain walking toward esters, amides, or (hetero)arenes over distances of up to eight ethylene units. The final, more highly conjugated...

Raw data for new compounds described in the paper \"Iridium-catalyzed 1,5-(aryl)aminomethylation of 1,3-enynes by alkenyl-to-allyl 1,4-iridium(I) migration\"

Hon Wai Lam
Raw data for new compounds described in the paper "Iridium-catalyzed 1,5-(aryl)aminomethylation of 1,3-enynes by alkenyl-to-allyl 1,4-iridium(I) migration"

Proceedings of the Nottingham Symposium on Connecting HCI and UX

Stuart Reeves & Sara Ljungblad

Climb! performance audience response, 2017-06-08

Chris Greenhalgh
Only closed scale responses have been included in this dataset.

Real-time estimation of horizontal eye-gaze angle using in-ear electrooculography by saccade integration - Dataset

Lubos Hladek, Bernd Porr & W. Owen Brimijoin
These are data of the in-ear EOG recordings using 24bit sigma-delta BIO amplifier, eye tracker data, and precomputed data of the algorithm described in the manuscript. The task of five participants was to follow a horizontally varying visual target on a computer screen, while EOG and eye trcaking data were recorded.

Rushing or dragging? An analysis of the \"universality\" of correlated fluctuations in drumming

Philip Moriarty
This is the data archive for "Rushing or Dragging? An Analysis of the "Universality" of Correlated Fluctuations in Drumming" (authors: O. Gordon, D. Coy, J. Matthews, E. Kandola-McNicholas, O. Llewellyn, A. Bokhari, and P. Moriarty, School of Physics and Astronomy).

Data for paper: Dispersive detection of radio-frequency dressed states, arxiv:1801.07016

Thomas Fernholz
We introduce a method to dispersively detect alkali atoms in radio-frequency dressed states. In particular, we use dressed detection to measure populations and population differences of atoms prepared in their clock states. Linear birefringence of the atomic medium enables atom number detection via polarisation homodyning, a form of common path interferometry. In order to achieve low technical noise levels, we perform optical sideband detection after adiabatic transformation of bare states into dressed states. The balanced...

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