850 Works

El número e. Algunas ideas para la Secundaria y el Bachillerato

Roberto Rodríguez Del Río
Presentación que trata sobre la introducción en la enseñanza Secundaria del número e.

Pattern Analysis and Data Visualization of Student Data for Decision Making

Alex Bowers
Schools are inundated with data, from test scores, to grades, discipline reports, and attendence, among many others. How should school leaders leverage this data, that they already collect on students on a daily basis, in ways that helps inform their decision making for directing the limited resources of schools and districts to specific student needs? In this talk, Dr. Alex J. Bowers will discuss his research on how schools can use teacher assigned grades to...

Developing benthic monitoring protocols for offshore renewable energy impacts

Emily Shumchenia
Invited talk given at 2011 CERF meeting in Daytona Beach, FL in session about applications of NOAA's Coastal and Marine Ecological Classification Standard. The U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) now requires habitat data to be reported for leasing/permitting using CMECS terminology.

Ecoinformática aplicada a la conservación: simulación de efectos del cambio global sobre la distribución de la flora de Andalucía

Blas M. Benito
Presentación de la defensa de la tesis doctoral titulada "Ecoinformática aplicada a la conservación: simulación de efectos del cambio global sobre la distribución de la flora de Andalucía" (Blas M. Benito, 2009, Universidad de Granada)

Approaches for extraction and digital chromatography of chemical data

Antony Williams, David Sharpe, Colin Batchelor, Valery Tkachenko, Ken Karapetyan & Richard Kidd
"The traditional perception of the publishing process has been that it culminates in a print article. The Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) has for many years been acutely aware that there is a wealth of information contained in scientific communications that we publish and that its true value can only be unlocked by enabling the discovery of the data within them. This is challenging due to the variety of ways that scientists provide data, textually,...

Modelos de distribución de especies aplicados a estudios de flora amenazada

Blas M. Benito
Curso de modelos de distribución de especies impartido en la Universidad de Valencia en 2008. Desde el enlace asociado a esta presentación podrás descargar el material de las prácticas. La presentación está acompañada de un tutorial titulado: "Modelos de distribución de especies aplicados a estudios de flora amenazada (guión de prácticas)"

Evolution of prey behavior from \"outside attack\" treatment

Randy Olson, David Knoester & Christoph Adami
Evolution of prey behavior from the "outside attack" treatment in our paper, "Critical Interplay Between Density-dependent Predation and Evolution of the Selfish Herd" published in the proceedings of GECCO 2013. Each time the simulation resets, 25 generations of evolution have passed and the system is displaying the prey behaviors at the current generation.

Evolution of prey behavior under \"random attack\" treatment

Randy Olson, David Knoester & Christoph Adami
Evolution of prey behavior from the "random attack" treatment in our paper, "Critical Interplay Between Density-dependent Predation and Evolution of the Selfish Herd" published in the proceedings of GECCO 2013. Each time the simulation resets, 25 generations of evolution have passed and the system is displaying the prey behaviors at the current generation.

EWS of Tipping Points Workshop

Chris Boulton
A workshop on making a time series which exhibits a tipping point and then how to use a generic early warning signal to try and predict it. This uses R

ChemSpider and Traveling the Internet via Chemical Structures

Antony Williams
This is a short presentation given to chemistry students at Drexel University as a remote presentation. This was for the class of Jean-Claude Bradley.

Feeding and consuming data to support Open Notebook Science via the ChemSpider Platform

Antony Williams, Valery Tkachenko, Jean-Claude Bradley & Andrew Lang
We are all benefiting from a shift towards openness fed by Open Source, Open Standards, Open Data and Open Access. Open Notebook Science is likely the scientific revolution of the near term. As more scientists become comfortable with the concepts of openly sharing their experiments and data, often in near real time, we are seeing a shift to significant increases in the availability of new data that does not have to be extracted from publications...

X-ray computed tomography: A new dimension in materials science

Fabien Léonard
This presentation was delivered at the IOM3 Young Persons Lecture Competition National Final held at The Armourers and Brasiers Hall in London on April 13 2011. I was the North West region entrant and won second place overall. The abstract of the presentation is shown below: X-ray Computed Tomography: A New Dimension in Materials Science Almost every area of materials has been revolutionised by the ability to obtain two-dimensional images with an increasing level of...

Data Managment Open House

Nicole Vasilevsky, Jackie Wirz, Robin Champieux & Melissa Haendel
This event was the first of a two-part program aimed at understanding how libraries and librarians can facilitate data management, data publication, reproducibility, and data reuse as part of an award from Force11 to Melissa Haendel. The overall project goal is to promote interaction between librarians and research scientists to help define new roles for the OHSU library.

A Combined Reaction-Diffusion and Random Rate Model for the Temporal Evolution of Silicate Mineral Weathering

A general mathematical model of static disorder in describing the apparent time-dependence of silicate mineral weathering

IL-6 secretion by astrocytes

Simone Codeluppi
SFN2013 nanosymposium presentation on IL-6 secretion by astrocytes

Learning about population history on two very different time-scales

Graham Coop
A talk given in the Ecol & Evolution seminar series at UC Davis, on work by Peter Ralph and Yaniv Brandvain.

RaspNier

Daniel Bellomo
Instrumento Libre para Mediciones en Laboratorios.

Suni Rajput CJSR Radio interview with Rebecca Rooney

Sunil Rajput
An interview with CJSR Radio describing the interaction between Beauveria bassiana and western flower thrips.

How to create engaging training instances in reproducible way

Pedro Fernandes
Presented at the CRG in Barcelona,on November 21st 2013 Abstract
Informal learning instances are complementary to formal learning, which is restricted to degree-giving institutions. In the world of education, formal and informal instances can and should coexist. In the corporate world only informal learning exists. Training, the most common form of informal learning, should play a leading role in providing the connections. Concrete steps towards this can and should be given.
Training provision in Bioinformatics can develop...

About the Bazaar Type Community on Database Utilization

Hirosi Huzioka
This paper attempts to explain why database succession has been difficult. At the moment,
almost 15years after the initial increase and ooding of databases have passed. In many ways there is a strong case for stopping their activity, i.e. because of the lack of concept for a programmer or a manager in manual documents or technical reports. In this paper, I elaborate the meaning of a "player" in database utilization. In order to do so, I...

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the labium of Sparasion

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the maxillo-labial complex of Sparasion, glossa retracted, lateral view.

CLSM volume rendered images showing the maxilla of Sparasion sp.

CLSM volume rendered images showing the maxilla of Sparasion, anterolateral view.

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the labium and distal hypopharynx of Sparasion sp.

CLSM volume rendered media file showing the labium and distal hypopharynx of Sparasion, median view.

Clinical grade next-generation sequencing of uveal melanoma

Elisha Roberson
Presentation given at the Uveal Melanoma workshop at the 10th annual Society for Melanoma Research meeting. Describes some hints, tips and strategies for designing sequencing experiments in UM.

Introduction to RAD sequencing and Outlier analysis

Mark Ravinet
Lecture given at the CeMEB 2013 Advanced Course in Marine Genomics. The journey from raw sequences to RAD assembly and successful outlier analysis!

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