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Rhythmic regularity, Experiment 4, NL version

Hugo Quené
Scripts for analysis and processing of speech files, in order to create stimuli for experiments studying the effects of rhythmic regularity on speech processing. Scripts require Praat software, available at https://www.praat.org .

GVP2010

Iris Mulders
Stimulus set, data, and analysis scripts for the experiment reported in Mulders (2021), 'Are Dutch posture verbs lexical or functional elements?' Linguistics in the Netherlands 2021, ed. by M. Dingemanse, E. van Lier, & J. Vogels. Amsterdam: John Benjamins.

Corporate network data - Finland

Susanna Fellman, Kari-Matti Piilahti & Valtteri Harmala
We collected information on the CEOs and boards of directors of 100 of the largest companies in Finland for specific benchmark years: namely, 1912, 1927, 1938, 1974, 1984, 1994 and 2004. We only included the boards of directors, but not the (non-compulsory ) supervisory boards (hallintoneuvosto/förvaltningsråd ). We selected 100 companies from the manufacturing industry, financial industry, trade and services and the utilities. We collected information about managing directors/ CEOs and boards of directors for...

Reconstruction National Accounts of Holland, 1500-1800

Jan Luiten Van Zanden & Bas Van Leeuwen
The aim of this project is to analyse the economic development of Holland in the early modern period on the basis of a reconstruction of its national accounts. It has been one of the first times the system of national accounts is applied to the study of a pre-industrial economy. The project is confined to the province of Holland, which was demographically and economically the most important part of the Northern Netherlands during this period....

Reconstruction National Accounts: Economic growth in Java 1815-1939

Jan Luiten Van Zanden
The dataset in this datapackage was constructed for the 'Indonesian Economic History' project, which has been a concerted effort of several researchers at different universities and research institutions. The aim of the project was to reconstruct the national accounts of Java (1815-1939) and of Indonesia (1900-2000) and to analyze the long-term evolution of the economy of Indonesia in this period. The reconstructed national accounts form the prime source of information about the economy's development over...

Individual Choices in Dynamic Networks

Dennie Van Dolder & Vincent Buskens
The dataset 'Individual Choices in Dynamic Networks' contains the outcome of an experiment on network formation, studying how social preferences play a role in networking relations actors make. In total we ran 16 experimental sessions, each of them having between 9 and 15 subjects. Subjects were contacted using the Online Recruitment System for Economic Experiments (Greiner B (2004) The online recruitment system ORSEE 2.0 - A guide for the organization of experiments in economics. University...

Levenstandaard 2018

Buskens
The research is about the assessment of living standards: When does someone think that a household is poor or rich? In the context of this study, a questionnaire, partly consisting of vignettes, was administered to a selection of the LISS panel.

Reciprocity MTH study

Eva Poortman
This dataset is the result of research in which we studied the effects of verb concepts on the interpretation of reciprocal expressions in Dutch and Hebrew. More about the research van be found in an article: http://doi.org/10.5334/gjgl.180. The data are structured as follows: Experiment 1 – consisting of a pretest and a main part - studies Hebrew verb concepts in a behavioral experiment using a forced-choice task. The dataset contains raw data (.xls files). Experiment...

Endogenous Peer Punishment Institutions in Prisoner's Dilemmas: The Role of Noise

Nynke Van Miltenburg
These data were gathered to study six-person Prisoner’s Dilemmas (PDs) in which subjects endogenously decide whether to implement a peer punishment institution in their group and whether the punishment institution, if implemented, implies more or less severe punishments. We consider PDs with perfect information on other subjects’ previous behavior, and PDs in which subjects observe each other’s behavior with noise. In the experiment, subjects participated in series of six-person PD games with endogenous punishment institutions....

Book production in the world 1500 - 2010

Eltjo Buringh
The dataset 'Book production in the world 1500 - 2010' originaly forms part of the collection of Bibliometrics, which has been dowloaded from the Centre of Global Economics website (http://www.cgeh.nl/global-historical-bibliometrics) in september 2017. The dataset consists of an excel file with two sheets, one containing the data and one containing a description of the datasources. Bibliometrics, the science that occupies itself with the application of mathematical and statistical methods to books and other media of...

Credit transactions by aldermen and notaries in the Low Countries (Revised 2019)

Oscar Gelderblom
This database was compiled as part the EURYI/VIDI research project ‘The Evolution of Financial Markets in Pre-Industrial Europe (1500-1800): A Comparative Analysis’, led by Oscar (O.C.) Gelderblom and Joost (J.P.B.) Jonker. This second version contains minor changes to the datafiles. For details see the Wordfile "Coding Error in the Notaries and Aldermen Data Set (2 October 2019)" The research project explores why sophisticated capital markets emerge in some economies, but not in others. To explain...

Social learning experiment

Eva Vriens
This experiment was designed to study the extent to which people use social learning (i.e., the incorporation of information/knowledge of others in their network) to solve complex problems. The experiment uses a multi-armed bandit problem, translated into a game in which participants have to learn which of four card decks has the most profitable cards. Participants get 20 tries to draw a card from 1 of the 4 card decks, so learning is possible through...

Rater agreement for assessment of equine back mobility at walk and trot compared to quantitative gait analysis.

T.J.P. Spoormakers
Background: Lameness assessment in horses is still predominantly performed using subjective methods. Visual assessment is known to have moderate to good intra-rater agreement but relatively poor inter-rater agreement. Little is known about inter- and intra-rater agreement on the evaluation of back motion, for which no objective measurement technique in a clinical setting is available thus far. Objectives: To describe inter- and intra-rater agreement of visual evaluation of equine back mobility. Study design: Rater reliability study...

Autonomously probing viscoelasticity in disordered suspensions

Joost De Graaf
Data package for the publication with above title [Phys. Rev. Lett. 125, 258002 (2020); https://link.aps.org/doi/10.1103/PhysRevLett.125.258002]. It contains the full latex directory for compiling the paper, plus the data required to reproduce the graphs for the simulations, as well as the simulation source code and analysis scripts required to process the raw simulation output. In the top-level directory (and various subdirectories) there are readme_use.txt files that describe the content and use of the elements contained therein,...

Hydrodynamic Mobility Reversal of Squirmers near Flat and Curved Surfaces

Joost De Graaf, Michael Kuron & Philipp Stärk
The data set "Hydrodynamic Mobility Reversal of Squirmers near Flat and Curved Surfaces" contains the outcome of a theoretical and simulation study into the motion of simple model hydrodynamic swimmers, squirmers, around a spherical obstacle. The main result of this study is that hydrodynamic mobility reversals are possible without the addition of a chemical gradients that help generate the self-propulsion. The robustness of this finding to the curvature of the obstacle with which the squirmer...

An extensible lattice Boltzmann method for viscoelastic flows: complex and moving boundaries in Oldroyd-B fluids

Joost De Graaf
This data package contains the outcome of a study to develop a new method for the simulation of colloids suspended in viscoelatic fluids. This includes the implementation itself, scripts for running the validation simulations, and high-resolution data produced during this validation process. This data could serve as a reliable reference for future investigations, and the simulations scripts can easily be customized to study similar systems at parameters and resolutions of interest. The results of the...

Particle Tracking data for 'Influence of barotropic tidal currents on transport and accumulation of floating microplastics in the global open ocean'

Miriam Sterl & Erik Van Sebille
Simulations using Parcels v 1.1 for the manuscript 'Influence of barotropic tidal currents on transport and accumulation of floating microplastics in the global open ocean'

FSW Yoda manual

Dennis Hofman
Yoda (Your Data)is an encrypted storage location aimed at safely storing your research data. Yoda provides a way to store, manage, share, secure, add metadata and publish your research data. Using Yoda is recommended when storing large amounts of personal information such as interview transcripts or video footage. This manual explains how to use YoDa with Windows or Mac devices.

Grief, depression, and anxiety following job loss: Patterns and correlates

J.H.W. Van Eersel
Abstract Background. Research on grief, depression, and anxiety reactions following job loss is sparse. More insight in this matter could be important for the development of preventive and curative methods addressing the perceived emotional distress following job loss, especially in the case of job loss-related grief reactions. Objective. The aim of this study was to examine job loss-related grief reactions in relation to depression and anxiety symptoms. Method. A sample of 525 Dutch workers (59.8%...

Reflexive and Reciprocals in Spanish and Catalan

Júlia Nieto Bou
This dataset is the result of the research master thesis in which we studied reflexivity and reciprocity in Spanish and Catalan. The first part of this thesis focus on the identification of lexical reflexivity and lexical reciprocity. The second part of the thesis aims to investigate the overlap found in Spanish and Catalan between plural reflexive and reciprocal interpretations. More about the research can be found in an article: DOI REQUIRED The data are structured...

Frictional properties of simulated shale-coal fault gouges: Implications for induced seismicity in source rocks below Europe’s largest gas field

Jinfeng Liu, Luuk Bernd Hunfeld, André Rik Niemeijer & Christopher James Spiers
We report 21 frictional sliding experiments performed on simulated fault gouges prepared from shale-coal mixtures. Our aim was to investigate the effects of local coal seam smearing on the frictional properties and induced seismogenic potential of faults cutting the Upper Carboniferous source rocks underlying the Groningen gas reservoir (Netherlands). We used shale/siltstone core recovered from beneath the Groningen reservoir plus Polish bituminous coal of similar age and origin to coals locally present in the Groningen...

Reliability of pelvis measurements in beef cattle

Johannes C.M. Vernooij & Dietmar E. Holm
Reproducibility and repeatability of pelvis measurements taken by experienced and unexperienced observers in beef cattle. Horizontal and vertical measurements (cm) of the pelvis were taken in young cattle of 4 South African beef breeds. The observers have taken 2 measurements each from every animal. Also other animal characteristics were collected such as body length, heart girth, height at the withers , sex, pregnancy status and body condition score.

Continuous versus discrete data analysis for gait evaluation of horses with induced bilateral hindlimb lameness

Ineke Smit
Background: Gait kinematics measured during equine gait analysis are typically evaluated by analysing (asymmetry-based) discrete variables (e.g. peak values) obtained from continuous kinematic signals (e.g. timeseries of datapoints). However, when used for the assessment of complex cases of lameness, such as bilateral lameness, discrete variable analysis might overlook relevant functional adaptations. Objectives: The overall aim of this paper is to compare continuous and discrete data analysis techniques to evaluate kinematic gait adaptations to lameness. Study...

Model files for the benthic species model

Muriel Z.M. Brückner
This repository includes the model files used in the publication of Brückner et al. 2021 - "Benthic species as mud patrol‐modelled effects of bioturbators and biofilms on large‐scale estuarine mud and morphology" doi: https://doi.org/10.1002/esp.5080. The files contain the initial model domain used in the Delft3D model and the associated Delft3D files. More information about the data and its content can be found in readme.txt. Contact person is Muriel Brückner - Researcher - M.Bruckner@exeter.ac.uk. Abstract study:...

Testosterone, Social Environment and Trust

Vincent Buskens, Nynke Van Miltenburg & Estrella Montoya
In this experiment we systematically vary the characteristics of the social environment and show that, depending on prenatal sex hormone priming, testosterone administration in women moderates the effect of the social environment on trust. We use the economic trust game and compare one-shot games modelling trust problems in relations between strangers with repeated games modelling trust problems in ongoing relations between partners. The trust game not only models important features of social and economic interactions,...

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