145 Works

Large-scale biaxial experiments on frictionally heterogeneous faults: Mechanical data and selected strain and image data

Loes Buijze & Yanshuang Guo
Frictional heterogeneity within fault zones is one of the factors proposed to explain the spectrum of slow, intermediate, and fast slip behaviors exhibited by faults in nature. Numerical modeling shows how even a simplified model setup incorporating sliding on a velocity-weakening (VW) patch surrounded by velocity-strengthening (VS) material can reproduce a rich variety of slip behaviors resembling nature. However, experimental investigations of sliding on heterogeneous faults are few. In this study, the slip behavior of...

Data supplementary to \"Complementing scale experiments of rivers and estuaries with numerically modelled hydrodynamics\"

Steven Alexander Hubertus Weisscher
This data set contains supplementary material and the raw data for the Esurf paper Weisscher et al (2020). The supplementary material includes four supplementary figures to the paper and a movie for visual comparison between measured and modelled flow. In addition, there is a supplementary manual that explains how to remodel the hydrodynamics of scale experiments (i.e., the iRIC manual). The raw data of the meandering and braided river scale experiments was collected by Van...

Mechanical data from rotary shear experiments on material derived from outcrops felsic and mafic rocks in the East African Rift Zone

Nina Hellebrekers
In all experiments, multiple series of velocity-steps were performed to obtain the velocity dependence of friction. The data can be modeled using rate-and-state friction equations (see Marone, 1998). We used the rate-and-state friction tool included in the XLOOK program to invert the data for all RSF parameters. For more details on the inversions scheme, see e.g. Reinen and Weeks, 1993. The excel-files included give the best fit values for the different parameters and different velocity...

Subjective and objective evaluations of horses for fit-to-compete or unfit-to-compete judgement.

Filipe. Serra Bragança, Harold Brommer & Marianne. Sloet Van Oldruitenborgh-Oosterbaan
At Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI) competitions horses pass a veterinary inspection for judgement of ‘fit-to-compete’. However, FEI Veterinary Delegates (VDs) often differ in opinion. The aim of the present study was to evaluate intra- and inter-observer agreements of ‘fit-to-compete’ judgement and compare these with objective gait analysis measurements. Twelve horses were evaluated by three experienced VDs and one veterinary specialist and video-recorded for re-evaluation later. Simultaneously, quantitative gait analysis measurements (Qhorse®) were acquired. Inter-observer agreement...

Raw data risk-sharing experiment

Eva Vriens
This folder contains all files used for the Risk-Sharing experiment. The risk-sharing experiment was programmed in oTree and conducted with Uk-based participants recruited from the Prolific platform between June 5 and June 11. In total, 525 people showed up for these sessions (68% of those who signed up), of which 430 could be assigned to a risk-sharing group. 424 subjects completed the entire experiment. The experiment consisted of four parts. First, the subjects had to...

Estimates of the urbanisation process in Europe 800 - 1500

Eltjo Buringh
The dataset 'Estimates of the urbanisation process in Europe 800 - 1500' originally forms part of the collection of Bibliometrics, which has been downloaded from the Centre of Global Economics website (http://www.cgeh.nl/global-historical-bibliometrics) in September 2020. These data were used in the paper 'Charting the rise of the West' and is based on the original data from Bairoch et al. The dataset consists of an excel file with one sheet, containing annual data on 16 countries...

Reading about us and them: Moral and but not minimal group effects on language-induced emotion

Marijn Struiksma, & Jos Van Berkum
This folder contains all information regarding the experimental set-up, data, analysis, and publication of the experiment of Refining the Multiple‐Drivers Model: Minimal groups vs. Morality. More detailed information can be found in the readme.txt and in the paper "Reading about us and them: Moral and but not minimal group effects on language-induced emotion" by Björn 't Hart, Marijn Struiksma, Anton van Boxtel, & Jos J.A. van Berkum*

Computing and visualizing the Qur’an’s footprint in fifty-five works of Islamic substantive law (2021)

Yusuf Çelik
A collection of Qur'an citations discovered in the works of fifty-five jurists, segmented according to the chapter (sūrah) number of the Qur'an. Each segmented file contains a table with the exact verse number, the string quoted by jurists, the title in which the citation appears, the original internet source from which the data has been mined, and the context of the citation. Qur'an citations have been annotated in the latter column with HTML tags for...

ChroniclItaly 2.0. A corpus of Italian American newspapers annotated for entities, 1898-1920.

Lorella Viola
ChroniclItaly 2.0 is the tagged version of ChroniclItaly (Viola 2018), a corpus of Italian language newspapers published in the USA between 1898 and 1920. The corpus includes seven Italian language newspapers published in California, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Vermont, and West Virginia: L’Italia, Cronaca sovversiva, La libera parola, The patriot, La ragione, La rassegna, and La sentinella del West Virginia. This collection, which totals 4,810 issues and contains 16,624,571 words, gathers the front pages of each issue...

Time Competition - pseudonymized

Tanja Van Der Lippe
The research program aims to test a new explanations for the growing tension between the competing time claims from the spheres of paid work and the household. This new explanation starts out from the changing governance structures in contemporary, flexible firms. In a second step, the governance structures of households are added to the explanation, because they codetermine the ways in which rival time-claims are accomodated. The fieldwork has been done by Survey Data, Netherlands....

Transaction Management in Purchasing Transactions: A Vignette Experiment

Vincent Buskens
Purchase managers of Dutch companies are asked to answer questions about hypothetical transactions. The description of the transactions incorporates information about characteristics such as price and importance, but also about the relationship of the buyer with the supplier. Questions that had to be answered by the purchase managers included questions about the extent to which buyers would negotiate about the terms of the transactions and questions about arrangements they want to include in a formal...

Quality of Life

Tanja Van Der Lippe
QUALITY is an innovative quantitative and qualitative research project that has examined how, in an era of major change, European citizens and workers living in different national welfare state regimes and subject to different public and organisational trends and policies evaluate the quality of their lives. The project analyses international-comparative data on the social well-being of citizens and collects new data on social quality in European workplaces in the selected partner countries: UK, Finland, Sweden,...

Urbanisation Hub

Eltjo Buringh
Much of the recent work done by economists and economic historians analyzing long-term trends in the world economy has used urbanization as a proxy for economic development, and has analyzed data on the number and size of cities and/or the urbanization ratio as measures of the economic success of regions and countries. Estimates of the size of cities are indeed among the few more or less reliable data available for the pre-industrial age, making it...

Presupposition, Admittance and Karttunen Calculus

Yoad Winter
This paper describes the logical properties of various systems dealing with presuppositions in natural language. It is an extended version, May 2021, of a paper that is to appear in Sedlár et al. (eds.), Logica Yearbook 2020. This version includes appendices with proofs of claims made in that paper.

Corporate network data - Portugal

Álvaro Ferreira Da Silva & Pedro Neves
This dataset covers the composition of the boards of the 125 largest Portuegese firms (by assets) in several benchmark years. These years reflect the different contexts faced by business firms over roughly a hundred years— 1913 to 2010. The first year— 1913— comes at the end of the ‘long nineteenth century’, which was characterized by institutional transformation, but slow economic growth and weak industrialization. The second benchmark year— 1925— marks the end of the buoyant...

Corporate network data - Germany

Paul Windolf
This data set consists of samples of the largest German firms for the years 1896, 1914, 1928, 1933, 1938, 1992 and 2010 (for sources see the sources and methods file). Sample size for each year: 1896: N= 211 1914: N= 346 1928: N= 377 1933: N= 405 1938: N= 363 1992: N= 614 2010: N= 252 For the years 1914, 1928, 1933, 1938 and 1992 a standardized firm sample of size N=250 has been selected....

Corporate network data - The Netherlands

Gerarda Westerhuis
This dataset covers 10 benchmark years in the period 1903– 2008. For each year, we picked the top 100 exchange-listed Dutch firms and the top 25 listed and non-listed banks (except for 1998: 22 banks, and 2003: 15 banks). The selection was made on the basis of total assets, except for the banks in the period up to 1958, in which the selection was based on the nominal value of equity capital. Dutch firms are...

Corporate network data - Argentina

Andrea Lluch & Erica Salvaj
To create this dataset we collected information of the 100 largest non-financial corporations, according to their share capital at four benchmark years (1923, 1937, 1944, and 1954) and to their annual sales at other three-benchmark years (1970, 1990 and 2000). The choice of these seven benchmark years primarily reflects the different stages in Argentina’s economic history, but it also factored in data availability, in that board membership information is not readily or systematically available for...

Typology of concord

Sterre Leufkens
Raw typological data, acquired by Sterre Leufkens in the context of research into redundancy.

CESM data for Baatsen et al. 2020

Michiel Baatsen
Averages and climatologies of primary atmosphere and ocean data from the CESM1.0.5 simulation with 38Ma paleomag reconstruction and 4xPIC (pre-industrial carbon; 1120ppm CO2 / 2684ppb CH4)

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