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Visually Communicating and Teaching Intuition for Influence Functions

Aaron Fisher & Edward H. Kennedy
Estimators based on influence functions (IFs) have been shown to be effective in many settings, especially when combined with machine learning techniques. By focusing on estimating a specific target of interest (e.g., the average effect of a treatment), rather than on estimating the full underlying data generating distribution, IF-based estimators are often able to achieve asymptotically optimal mean-squared error. Still, many researchers find IF-based estimators to be opaque or overly technical, which makes their use...

Visually Communicating and Teaching Intuition for Influence Functions

Aaron Fisher & Edward H. Kennedy
Estimators based on influence functions (IFs) have been shown to be effective in many settings, especially when combined with machine learning techniques. By focusing on estimating a specific target of interest (e.g., the average effect of a treatment), rather than on estimating the full underlying data generating distribution, IF-based estimators are often able to achieve asymptotically optimal mean-squared error. Still, many researchers find IF-based estimators to be opaque or overly technical, which makes their use...

Harmonizing Optimized Designs with Classic Randomization in Experiments

Adam Kapelner, Abba M. Krieger, Michael Sklar, Uri Shalit & David Azriel
There is a long debate in experimental design between the classic randomization design of Fisher, Yates, Kempthorne, Cochran and those who advocate deterministic assignments based on notions of optimality. In non-sequential trials comparing treatment and control, covariate measurements for each subject are known in advance, and subjects can be divided into two groups based on a criterion of imbalance. With the advent of modern computing, this partition can be made nearly perfectly balanced via numerical...

Harmonizing Optimized Designs with Classic Randomization in Experiments

Adam Kapelner, Abba M. Krieger, Michael Sklar, Uri Shalit & David Azriel
There is a long debate in experimental design between the classic randomization design of Fisher, Yates, Kempthorne, Cochran and those who advocate deterministic assignments based on notions of optimality. In non-sequential trials comparing treatment and control, covariate measurements for each subject are known in advance, and subjects can be divided into two groups based on a criterion of imbalance. With the advent of modern computing, this partition can be made nearly perfectly balanced via numerical...

3D metric data of nasal measurements taken from digitalised plaster models for infants with cleft lip and palate created by computer-aided design and manufacture with and without the RapidNAM refinement

Florian Dieter Grill, Lucas Ritschl, Hannes Dikel, Andrea Rau, Maximilian Roth, Markus Eblenkamp, Klaus-Dietrich Wolff, Denys J. Loeffelbein & Franz Bauer
This dataset is a single .xlsx spreadsheet with two tabs. The data are the location of 3D metric points (x,y,z) on plaster models of the noses of 13 healthy newborns who required treatment of unilateral cleft palate and lip (CLP). The two tabs are the data for two treatment approaches: (i) computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM); (ii) CAD/CAM with the RapidNAM refinement.
The related publication introduces RapidNAM, a technique which refines CAD/CAM technology for...

3D metric data of nasal measurements taken from digitalised plaster models for infants with cleft lip and palate created by computer-aided design and manufacture with and without the RapidNAM refinement

Florian Dieter Grill, Lucas Ritschl, Hannes Dikel, Andrea Rau, Maximilian Roth, Markus Eblenkamp, Klaus-Dietrich Wolff, Denys J. Loeffelbein & Franz Bauer
This dataset is a single .xlsx spreadsheet with two tabs. The data are the location of 3D metric points (x,y,z) on plaster models of the noses of 13 healthy newborns who required treatment of unilateral cleft palate and lip (CLP). The two tabs are the data for two treatment approaches: (i) computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM); (ii) CAD/CAM with the RapidNAM refinement.
The related publication introduces RapidNAM, a technique which refines CAD/CAM technology for...

Pilot study 3D metric data of intraoral molding measurements taken from digitalised plaster models for infants with cleft lip and palate created by computer-aided design and manufacture with and without the RapidNAM refinement

Florian Dieter Grill, Lucas Ritschl, Franz Bauer, Andrea Rau, Dominik Gau, Maximilian Roth, Markus Eblenkamp, Klaus-Dietrich Wolff & Denys J. Loeffelbein
This dataset is a single .xlsx spreadsheet with two tabs. The data are the location of 3D metric points (x,y,z) on plaster models of the upper jaw of 13 healthy newborns who required treatment of unilateral cleft palate and lip (CLP). The two tabs are the data for two treatment approaches: (i) computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM); (ii) CAD/CAM with the RapidNAM refinement.
The related publication analyses the effectiveness of a technique called RapidNAM, which...

Pilot study 3D metric data of intraoral molding measurements taken from digitalised plaster models for infants with cleft lip and palate created by computer-aided design and manufacture with and without the RapidNAM refinement

Florian Dieter Grill, Lucas Ritschl, Franz Bauer, Andrea Rau, Dominik Gau, Maximilian Roth, Markus Eblenkamp, Klaus-Dietrich Wolff & Denys J. Loeffelbein
This dataset is a single .xlsx spreadsheet with two tabs. The data are the location of 3D metric points (x,y,z) on plaster models of the upper jaw of 13 healthy newborns who required treatment of unilateral cleft palate and lip (CLP). The two tabs are the data for two treatment approaches: (i) computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing (CAD/CAM); (ii) CAD/CAM with the RapidNAM refinement.
The related publication analyses the effectiveness of a technique called RapidNAM, which...

Postoperative examination results from 75 patients undergoing a novel procedure to correct pterygium

Fumiaki Yoshitomi & Tetsuro Oshika
These data consist of demographic and postoperative examination results from 75 patients that underwent an experimental surgery to correct pteyrgium, a condition affecting the conjunctive and cornea.
Data are provided in Excel format and consist of the following:
name - An anonymous identifier.age - Age of the patient in years.gender - Gender of the patient.date of surgery - date that the experimental procedure was performed.R/L - Left or right eye affected.final visit - Data of postoperative examination.grade...

Postoperative examination results from 75 patients undergoing a novel procedure to correct pterygium

Fumiaki Yoshitomi & Tetsuro Oshika
These data consist of demographic and postoperative examination results from 75 patients that underwent an experimental surgery to correct pteyrgium, a condition affecting the conjunctive and cornea.
Data are provided in Excel format and consist of the following:
name - An anonymous identifier.age - Age of the patient in years.gender - Gender of the patient.date of surgery - date that the experimental procedure was performed.R/L - Left or right eye affected.final visit - Data of postoperative examination.grade...

Results of a randomised trial assessing the effectiveness of different dosages of levofloxacin to cure Helicobacter pylori infection

Huoye Gan, Tie-Li Peng, You-Ming Huang, Kai-Hua Su, Lin-Li Zhao, Li-Ya Yao & Rong-Jiao Yang
This dataset presents the results of a randomised clinical trial involving 400 participants, which aimed to compare the effectiveness, safety, and compliance of different dosages of levofloxacin used to cure Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection.
Patients were assigned to either Group A or Group B, and received esomeprazole, amoxicillin, colloidal bismuth pectin and levofloxacin 500 mg once per day (group A); or levofloxacin 200 mg twice per day (group B) over a 14 day period.
The...

Results of a randomised trial assessing the effectiveness of different dosages of levofloxacin to cure Helicobacter pylori infection

Huoye Gan, Tie-Li Peng, You-Ming Huang, Kai-Hua Su, Lin-Li Zhao, Li-Ya Yao & Rong-Jiao Yang
This dataset presents the results of a randomised clinical trial involving 400 participants, which aimed to compare the effectiveness, safety, and compliance of different dosages of levofloxacin used to cure Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection.
Patients were assigned to either Group A or Group B, and received esomeprazole, amoxicillin, colloidal bismuth pectin and levofloxacin 500 mg once per day (group A); or levofloxacin 200 mg twice per day (group B) over a 14 day period.
The...

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Yuan Yuan Zhang
Identification of Genetic Biomarkers for Diagnosis of Myocardial Infarction(MI) compared with angina patients

Will a gale of artificial intelligence knock your house down?

David Passmore
Presented at “Educational Technology and New Opportunities,” for the Education Policy and Leadership Seminar sponsored by The Education Policy and Leadership Center, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, January 2020.

Will a gale of artificial intelligence knock your house down?

David Passmore
Presented at “Educational Technology and New Opportunities,” for the Education Policy and Leadership Seminar sponsored by The Education Policy and Leadership Center, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, January 2020.

LC-MS/MS data characterising cell surface glycoproteins from chondrogenic progenitor cells and mesenchymal stem cells

Csaba Matta, Christopher M. Fellows, Nicolai Miosge, James E. Dixon, Susan Liddell, Julia Smith & Ali Mobasheri
This dataset contains LC-MS/MS data generated from chondrogenic progenitor cell (CPC) and mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) surface glycoproteins, enriched with an aminooxy-biotin-based glycocapture technique. Together these results provide proteomic data on the surfaceome of two closely related cell types relevant to cartilage biology and osteoarthritis.
Data were generated with a Dionex Ultimate 3000 RSLCnano liquid chromatography (LC) system coupled with a Bruker Impact II QTOF mass spectroscopy (MS) instrument with CaptiveSpray nanoBooster source. MS acquisition rate...

LC-MS/MS data characterising cell surface glycoproteins from chondrogenic progenitor cells and mesenchymal stem cells

Csaba Matta, Christopher M. Fellows, Nicolai Miosge, James E. Dixon, Susan Liddell, Julia Smith & Ali Mobasheri
This dataset contains LC-MS/MS data generated from chondrogenic progenitor cell (CPC) and mesenchymal stem cell (MSC) surface glycoproteins, enriched with an aminooxy-biotin-based glycocapture technique. Together these results provide proteomic data on the surfaceome of two closely related cell types relevant to cartilage biology and osteoarthritis.
Data were generated with a Dionex Ultimate 3000 RSLCnano liquid chromatography (LC) system coupled with a Bruker Impact II QTOF mass spectroscopy (MS) instrument with CaptiveSpray nanoBooster source. MS acquisition rate...

Haris Mujevic C# Desktop Application Development Certificate

Center NIT
Haris Mujevic C# Desktop Application Development Certificate"Autumn Coding School 2019"

Sead Kacapor C# Desktop Application Development Certificate

Center NIT
Sead Kacapor C# Desktop Application Development Certificate"Autumn Coding School 2019"

Frequency and associated factors of bone fractures in Russians: survey results of the Ural Eye and Medical Study

Bikbov MM, Jonas JB, Kazakbaeva GM & Fayzrakhmanov RR
This dataset consists of a single .sav SPSS data file presenting the anonymised survey results of the Ural Eye and Medical Study into the frequency and associated factors of bone fractures in Russians.
Data can be accessed via the IBM software program SPSS: Statistical Package for Social Science, or via open-source .sav viewers.
The data present answers to survey questions into bone fracture types suffered, diet, behaviour (such as smoking and alcohol consumption), daily physical activity, depression...

Haris Mujevic C# Desktop Application Development Certificate

Center NIT
Haris Mujevic C# Desktop Application Development Certificate"Autumn Coding School 2019"

Sead Kacapor C# Desktop Application Development Certificate

Center NIT
Sead Kacapor C# Desktop Application Development Certificate"Autumn Coding School 2019"

Frequency and associated factors of bone fractures in Russians: survey results of the Ural Eye and Medical Study

Bikbov MM, Jonas JB, Kazakbaeva GM & Fayzrakhmanov RR
This dataset consists of a single .sav SPSS data file presenting the anonymised survey results of the Ural Eye and Medical Study into the frequency and associated factors of bone fractures in Russians.
Data can be accessed via the IBM software program SPSS: Statistical Package for Social Science, or via open-source .sav viewers.
The data present answers to survey questions into bone fracture types suffered, diet, behaviour (such as smoking and alcohol consumption), daily physical activity, depression...

Supplemental Data - Comprehensive profiling of Small RNAs in human embryo-conditioned culture media by improved sequencing and quantitative PCR methods

Stewart Russell
Supplemental Table 1: Sequencing spike-in sequences, concentrations, and total input.Supplemental Table 2: Alignment matrix detailing non-coding RNA mapping frequencies (percent total reads) for each sample.Supplemental Table 3: Alignment matrix detailing non-coding RNA mapping frequencies (total raw reads) for each sample.Supplemental Table 4: Normalized read counts for annotated non-coding RNA, excluding no-embryo control samples.Supplemental Figure 1: Spike-in sequencing metrics. The number of molecules of spike-in RNA added to a pool of 3 drops (left y-axis) compared...

Supplemental Data - Comprehensive profiling of Small RNAs in human embryo-conditioned culture media by improved sequencing and quantitative PCR methods

Stewart Russell
Supplemental Table 1: Alignment matrix detailing non-coding RNA mapping frequencies (percent total reads) for each sample.
Supplemental Table 2: Alignment matrix detailing non-coding RNA mapping frequencies (total raw reads) for each sample.Supplemental Table 3: Normalized read counts for annotated non-coding RNA, excluding no-embryo control samples.Supplemental Table 4: Sequencing spike-in sequences, concentrations, and total input.
Supplemental Figure 1: Principal component analysis with control samples excluded. ECCM samples cluster by pool size with single drop pools forming a separate...

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