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Research data for research paper: Neural coding in the visual system of Drosophila melanogaster: How do small neural populations support visually guided behaviours?

Alex Dewar, Antoine Wystrach, Andy Philippides & Paul Graham
RFs.zip: The Drosophila RFs (kernels) used in the simulations (MATLAB data file) + MATLAB script to show how they were resized
fig3_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 3
fig4_trainingdata.mat: Training data for ANNs in Figure 4 (MATLAB data file)
fig5_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 5
Abstract from research paper:All organisms wishing to survive and reproduce must be able to respond adaptively to a complex, changing world. Yet the computational power available is constrained by biology and evolution, favouring mechanisms that...

Data for research article: "Domestic horses (Equus caballus) prefer to approach humans displaying a submissive body posture rather than a dominant body posture"

Amy Smith, Clara Wilson, Karen Mccomb & Leanne Proops
Raw data for article appearing in the journal Animal Cognition. Tables show subjects' responses to human postures (sheet one for choice data, sheet two for latency data).
Abstract from articleSignals of dominance and submissiveness are central to conspecific communication in many species. For domestic animals, sensitivities to these signals in humans may also be beneficial. We presented domestic horses with a free choice between two unfamiliar humans, one adopting a submissive and the other a dominant...

Research data for research paper: Neural coding in the visual system of Drosophila melanogaster: How do small neural populations support visually guided behaviours?

Alex Dewar, Antoine Wystrach, Andy Philippides & Paul Graham
RFs.zip: The Drosophila RFs (kernels) used in the simulations (MATLAB data file) + MATLAB script to show how they were resized
fig3_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 3
fig4_trainingdata.mat: Training data for ANNs in Figure 4 (MATLAB data file)
fig5_stimuli.zip: Stimuli used for Figure 5
Abstract from research paper:All organisms wishing to survive and reproduce must be able to respond adaptively to a complex, changing world. Yet the computational power available is constrained by biology and evolution, favouring mechanisms that...

Research data for research paper: Precise positioning of an ion in an integrated Paul trap-cavity system using radio frequency signals

Ezra Kassa, Hiroki Takahashi, Costas Marios Christoforou & Matthias Keller
The data provided is the data used in 11 of the figures in the research paper. Each sheet in the spreadsheet is labelled by the figure label they correspond to in the research paper.
Abstract from research paper:We report a novel miniature Paul ion trap design with an integrated optical fibre cavity which can serve as a building block for a fibre-linked quantum network. In such cavity quantum electrodynamic set-ups, the optimal coupling of the ions...

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