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Data underlying the paper: An agent-based process mining architecture for emergent behavior analysis

Rob Bemthuis, M. (Martijn) Koot, M.R.K. (Martijn) Mes, F.A. (Faiza) Bukhsh, M.E. (Maria-Eugenia) Iacob & N. (Nirvana) Meratnia
The dataset contains a collection of experiment results and event logs generated. The experiment comprises a job-shop scheduling problem, implemented in a discrete-event simulation model. The raw experiment results are given from which event log files can be generated by following the steps as described in this data paper or the referred academic paper. A collection of event log files is given, as well as the raw files. The logs include the filtered part of...

Data and scripts used in the paper: Moving from drought hazard to impact forecasts

S.J. (Samuel) Sutanto & M. (Melati) van der Weert
These are all the data that we used in our Nature publication with the title: Moving from drought hazard to impact forecasts.
The new datasets are intended to replace the drought Standardised Runoff Index (SRI), which was not the final and correct version. The new drought indices that we revised are the final and corrected version. For any further questions, please contact the responding author: Samuel Sutanto (samuel.sutanto@wur.nl).

Dataset for Changing global cropping patterns to minimize blue water scarcity in the world’s hotspots

Hatem Chouchane, M.S. (Maarten) Krol & A.Y. Hoekstra
Dataset for the paper: Changing global cropping patterns to minimize blue water scarcity in the world’s hotspots

Data underlying the article: Eddy Heat Transport in the South China Sea as Estimated from In Situ Data and an Assimilated Ocean Model

R. (Ruibin) Ding & J. (Jiliang) Xuan
This data belongs to the paper entitled "Eddy Heat Transport in the South China Sea as Estimated from In Situ Data and an Assimilated Ocean Model"

Data underlying the publication: A global Budyko model to partition evaporation into interception and transpiration

A. (Ameneh) Mianabadi, Miriam Coenders, P. (Pooya) Shirazi, B. (Bijan) Ghahraman & A. (Amin) Alizadeh
This model calculates total evaporation on the basis of simple interception and transpiration thresholds in combination with measurable parameters like rainfall dynamics and storage availability from remotely sensed data sources.

Neutrophils and macrophage cell count in the gut area of zebrafish larvae treated with antibiotics or saponin or a combination of treatments

A. (Adrià) López Nadal & S. (Sylvia) Brugman
This data set contains data collected during zebrafish larvae experiments at the Wageningen University as part of Adrià López Nadal PhD Thesis. This study corresponds to the article: “Exposure to Antibiotics Affects Saponin Immersion-Induced Immune Stimulation and Shift in Microbial Composition in Zebrafish Larvae” published in Frontiers in Microbiology the 29th of October 2018.

Input files underlying the the publication \"PCR-GLOBWB 2: a 5 arcmin global hydrological and water resources model”

Edwin Sutanudjaja, R. (Rens) van Beek, N. (Nico) Wanders, Yoshihide Wada, Joyce H C Bosmans, N. (Niels) Drost, R.J. (Ruud) van der Ent, I.E.M. (Inge) de Graaf, J.M. (Jannis) Hoch, K. (Kor) de Koning, D. (Derek) Karssenberg, P. (Patricia) López López, S. (Stefanie) Peßenteiner, O. (Oliver) Schmitz, M.W. (Menno) Straatsma, E. (Ekkamol) Vannametee, D. (Dominik) Wisser & M.F.P. (Marc) Bierkens
The folder "pcrglobwb2_input" contains global-extent input files, e.g. meteorological forcing data and model parameters, for running PCR-GLOBWB model (Sutanudjaja et al., 2018, {https://doi.org/10.5194/gmd-11-2429-2018}). PCR-GLOBWB is a hydrology and water resources model developed at Department of Physical Geography, Utrecht University, intended for global and regional applications. Using the input files in the folder "pcrglobwb2_input", global-extent PCR-GLOBWB model runs can be performed at the spatial resolutions of 5 arcmin (~10 km at the equator) and 30 arcmin...

Data underlying the research of: Thin-plies in adhesively bonded carbon fiber reinforced polymers

Julian Kupski & S. (Sofia) Teixeira de Freitas
Single lap bonded joints with three different ply thicknesses of 200 micron, 100 micron and 50 micron were tested under quasi-static tensile loading. Acoustic Emission and Digital Image Correlation were used to monitor the damage and strain evolution of the overlap area during testing. 3D post-mortem failure analysis of the fracture surfaces were performed using a 3D profiling microscope. A non-linear finite element analysis up to damage initiation of the single lap joint under static...

Data underlying the research of: Snowfall enhances secondary inorganic aerosol formation

Pengkun Ma
The data were conducted from January 15, 2019 to March 6, 2019. Those data include NR-PM2.5, PM2.5, meteorological variables, and gaseous pollutants.

Amsterdam Scenario MATSim

Konstanze Winter & J. (Jishnu) Narayan
Data set based on the city of Amsterdam, which has been used in various simulations using the open-source agent-based transport simulation model MATSim (https://www.matsim.org/). It contains a networks, agents' plans (and the description how these have been derived from the ALBATROSS data set), configuration files and additional information material. Regarding the original ALBATROSS data set, please contact Prof. Soora Rasouli (TU Eindhoven)

Data underlying the publication: Turbulent-driven magnetic reconnection in the magnetosheath downstream of a quasi-parallel shock: three-dimensional global hybrid simulation

Huanyu Wang
By performing a three-dimensional (3-D) global hybrid simulation, we investigated the characteristics of the quasi-parallel magnetosheath of the terrestrial bow shock, which is formed due to the interaction of the solar wind with the earth’s magnetosphere. Current sheets with widths several of ion inertial lengths are found to be produced in the magnetosheath after the upstream large amplitude electromagnetic waves penetrate the shock and are then compressed in the downstream. Magnetic reconnection consequently occurs in...

Battery temperature, pressure and light intensity readings from smartphones in the Amsterdam metropolitan area

A. (Aart) Overeem, L.W. (Lotte) de Vos, A.M. Droste & M.J. Zander
Two datasets of smartphone readings of battery temperature, pressure and light intensity in the Amsterdam metropolitan area, the Netherlands, from June 2017. Included is a readme.txt file with details on the dataset. The datasets also include metadata, e.g. regarding the accuracy of the readings or the status of the phone. They also contain humidity and temperature observations, but these have not been investigated yet. The data are meant to provide city-average estimates. Hence, location information...

Automotive Controller Area Network (CAN) Bus Intrusion Dataset

Guillaume Dupont, Alexios Lekidis, J.I. (Jerry) den Hartog & S. (Sandro) Etalle
This dataset contains automotive is Controller Area Network (CAN) bus data from three systems: two cars (Opel Astra and Renault Clio) and from a is Controller Area Network (CAN) bus prototype we built ourselves. Its purpose is meant to evaluate is Controller Area Network (CAN) bus Network Intrusion Detection Systems (NIDS). For each system, the dataset consists in a collection of log files captured from a is Controller Area Network (CAN) bus: normal (attack-free) data...

Meteorological data and isotope signatures of water samples collected at La Selva Biological Station, Costa Rica

Ceasar Jimenez Rodriguez, A.P. (Adriana del Pilar) Gonzalez-Angarita & Miriam Coenders
The data set contains all the meteorological information as well as the energy balance for three heights (43 m, 8 m and 2 m). Air temperature corresponds to the virtual potential air temperature. Also, the data contains a list of water samples collected during dry season 2018 at La Selva Biological Station in Costa Rica. Each sample has the description, type and isotope signatures for deuterium and oxygen-18.

Dam re-operation for e-flows systematic literature review

Afua Owusu
A systematic literature review of cases of dam re-operation for the implementation of environmental flows. The categorization and analysis of the papers was based on a logic model of the process of dam re-operation.

Data underlying the research on: \"Shear Wave Speed of Shallow Seafloor Sediments in the Northern South China Sea and Their Correlations with Physical Parameters\"

G.M. (Guangming) Kan & Jingqiang Wang
The dataset are for "Shear Wave Speed of Shallow Seafloor Sediments in the Northern South China Sea and Their Correlations with Physical Parameters"

Data underlying the research of Fingerprint of chiral Majorana modes in a QAHI/superconductor heterostructure

Rolf Lortz & J. (Junying) Shen
Differential conductance data of point contacts measured at the edge of (Cr0.12Bi0.26Sb0.62)2Te3 / Nb heterostructures. As contained in arXiv:1809.04752. Three sets of data are included: Raw data of Contact 1 as shown in Fig. 2: "Datamtop.dat" contains raw data measured from negative fields towards positive fields. The data consists of pairs of columns containing bias voltage (V) and dI/dV (in units of 2e2/h). The labels mark the field values. In the publication the 175 mT...

Supporting Information for: Scale-dependent evanescence of river dunes during discharge extremes

S. (Suleyman) Naqshband
Data contains dune slipface angles (steepest part of the dune lee-face) for different experimental conditions as shown in figure 4 of the submitted manuscript. The slipface angles are derived using a widely used bedform tracking tool.

An Agent-based model of labour market

Yiting Chen
This is an agent-based computer model of the labor market. This is mainly used to study the impact of expanding the scope of workers'job search. This model includes several subroutines, such as job search, wage negotiation and variable update. This model needs to be run in Netlogo program. Netlogo is a software for multi-agent simulation modeling. Software download link: http://ccl.northwestern.edu/netlogo/

Data underlying the study of the influence of the dry aerosol particle size distribution and morphology on the cloud condensation nuclei activation.

Alessandro Faccinetto & J. (Junteng) Wu
Database containing the experimental and calculated data used in the development of a model to predict the efficiency as cloud condensation nuclei (CCN) of fresh and chemically aged soot particles that includes their size distribution and morphology.

Data underlying the article: Chemoenzymatic Synthesis of Sialic Acid Derivatives Using Immobilized N-Acetylneuraminate Lyase in a Continuous Flow Reactor

Victor Bloemendal, S.J. (Sam) Moons, J.J.A. (Jurriaan) Heming, M. (Mohamed) Chayoua, O. (Olaf) Niesink, Jan van Hest, T.J. (Thomas) Boltje & F.P.J.T. (Floris) Rutjes
The synthesis of N-acetylneuraminic acid (Neu5Ac) derivatives is drawing more and more attention in glycobiology research because of the important role of sialic acids in e. g. cancer, bacterial, and healthy cells. Chemical preparation of these carbohydrates typically relies on multistep synthetic procedures leading to low overall yields. Herein we report a continuous flow process involving N-acetylneuraminate lyase (NAL) immobilized on Immobead 150P (Immobead-NAL) to prepare Neu5Ac derivatives. Batch experiments with Immobead-NAL showed equal activity...

Data underlying: REPAiR h2020: T3.1 Spatial Analysis, Wastescapes in Amsterdam Metropolitan Region in 2018

C. (Cecilia) Furlan, Alexander Wandl, B. (Bob) Geldermans & L. (Libera) Amenta
The dataset consists of a group of shp and sld files corresponding to the layers of the map "AFH18.1 Wastescapes. Analytical Description", which is part of the spatial analysis for the AMA region. The Wastecapes map is one of the analysis maps used to define the Enabling Context. The uploaded layers are used in the Geodesign Decision Support Environment.

Data underlying the article: Multistep synthesis of a valsartan precursor in continuous flow

Katharina Hiebler
Part of ONE-FLOW data collection. Corresponding raw data for following publication: "Multistep synthesis of a valsartan precursor in continuous flow", Katharina Hiebler, Sebastian Soritz, Kristian Gavric, Sam Birrer, Manuel C. Maier, Bianca Grabner, Heidrun Gruber-Woelfler, Journal of Flow Chemistry, https://doi.org/10.1007/s41981-019-00044-x

Supplementary data related to the reseach on Vertical Diversification of Methane Production Pathways in Freshwater Sediments of Reservoirs. Case Nielisz Reservoir, Poland

R. (Renata) Gruca-Rokosz
The file contains data on selected parameters of pore water and sediments, which can be used to determine the methan production pathways in sediment of reservoir.

Supplementary data on the research of Satellite-Terrestrial Channel Characterisation in High-Speed Railway Environment at 22.6 GHz

Lei Ma
The extensive ray-tracing (RT) simulation results in four terrestrial and satellite-terrestrial communication links.The three-dimensional model of the railway scenario is reconstructed and imported into the Cloud Ray-Tracing (CloudRT) simulation platform. Based on extensive ray-tracing simulations, the channel for the terrestrial HSR system and the satellite-terrestrial system with two weather conditions are characterised, and the interference between them are evaluated.

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