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Immigrant Incorporation in East Asian Democracies (IIEAD) Project: Focus Group Interviews in Japan [collection]

Erin Aeran Chung, Menandro Gomes, Dukin Lim, Muntasir Roni, Ronald Sanchez & Zhizhi Zhong
Immigrant Incorporation in East Asian Democracies (Cambridge University Press, 2020) is based on 31 months of fieldwork conducted in Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan from 2009 to 2016. This book examines how the civic legacies of past struggles for democracy shape current movements for immigrant rights. Examining three industrial democracies in Northeast Asia with overlapping immigration and citizenship policies, immigrant populations, and immigration histories, this book offers insights into the gaps between state policies and...

Data associated with: Controlled activation of morphogenesis to generate a functional human microvasculature in a synthetic matrix

Donny Hanjaya-Putra, Vivek Bose, Yu-I Shen, Jane Yee, Sudhir Khetan, Karen Fox-Talbot, Charles Steenbergen, Jason A. Burdick & Sharon Gerecht
From the publication abstract: Understanding the role of the extracellular matrix (ECM) in vascular morphogenesis has been possible u sing natural ECMs as in vitro models to study the underlying molecular mechanisms. However, little is known about vascular morphogenesis in synthetic matrices where properties can be tuned toward both the basic understanding of tubulogenesis in modular environments and as a clinically relevant alternative to natural materials for regenerative medicine. We investigated synthetic, tunable hyaluronic acid...

Data associated with the Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illness (iCCM) project

Agbessi Amouzou, Benjamin Banda, Banza Baya, Robert Black, Jennifer Bryce, Tedbabe Degefie, Georges Guiella, Elizabeth Hazel, Rebecca Heidkamp, Kenneth Hill, Mercy Kanyuka, Hailemariam Legesse, Andrew Marsh, Abdoulaye Maïga, Yared Mekonnen, Nathan P. Miller, Tiope Mleme, Lawrence H. Moulton, Melinda Munos, Spy Munthali, Luwei Pearson, Lois Park, Jamie Perin, Timothy Roberton, Bryan Shaw … & Cesar G. Victora
As a part of the Catalytic Initiative to Save a Million Lives, the Integrated Community Case Management of Childhood Illness (iCCM) project sought to demonstrate that rapid scale-ups in coverage for proven interventions would lead to reductions in under-five mortality in Burkina Faso, Malawi, and Ethiopia.

Data associated with the Real-Time Monitoring of Under-Five Mortality (RMM) project

Data associated with publication \"Dynamic modulation of visual and electrosensory gains for locomotor control\"

Erin E. Sutton, Alican Demir, Sarah A. Stamper, Eric S. Fortune & Noah J. Cowan
Data files and source code associated with the statistical methods and plots from the publication. From the publication abstract: Animal nervous systems resolve sensory conflict for the control of movement. For example, the glass knifefish, Eigenmannia virescens, relies on visual and electrosensory feedback as it swims to maintain position within a moving refuge. To study how signals from these two parallel sensory streams are used in refuge tracking, we constructed a novel augmented reality apparatus...

Current-voltage raw data and spectra for thiophene polymer characterization and sensing responses.

Li Hui, Jennifer Dailey, Tejaswini Kale, Kalpana Besar, Kirsten Koehler & Howard E. Katz
This dataset is backup information for the publication whose abstract is reproduced here. NO2-responsive polymer-based organic field-effect transistors (OFETs) are described and room-temperature detection with high sensitivity entirely from the semiconductor was achieved. Two thiophene polymers, poly(bisdodecylquaterthiophene) and poly(bisdodecylthioquaterthiophene) (PQT12 and PQTS12, respectively), were used as active layers to detect a concentration at least as low as 1 ppm NO2. The proportional on-current change of OFETs using these polymers reached over 400% for PQTS12, which...

Focus Group Schedule_Japan and Korea.pdf

Erin Aeran Chung, Menandro Gomes, Dukin Lim, Muntasir Roni, Ronald Sanchez & Zhizhi Zhong
Dates, locations, and interviewers for the focus group interviews for both the Japan and South Korea studies (PDF version)

Focus Group Schedule_Japan and Korea.docx

Erin Aeran Chung, , Ardie Bolanon Ermac, Daisy Kim, Yang-Sook Kim, Yoon Kyong Lee, Melody Liu & Nguyen Nam Thang
Dates, locations, and interviewers for the focus group interviews for both the Japan and South Korea studies

public_use_dataset_Findings.tab

Amanda Neitzel, Cynthia Lake, Marta Pellegrini & Robert Slavin
Data analyzed in the article, "A Synthesis of Quantitative Research on Programs For Struggling Readers in Elementary Schools. Includes coded data for findings meeting inclusion criteria for the review.

README.txt

Amanda M. Zimmet, Di Cao, Amy J. Bastian & Noah J. Cowan
Readme file for the data and software.

Turbulent Channel Flow

Jason Graham, , Nicholas Malaya, Robert D. Moser, Gregory Eyink, Charles Meneveau, Kalin Kanov, Randal Burns, Alex Szalay &
The turbulent channel flow database is produced from a direct numerical simulation (DNS) of wall bounded flow with periodic boundary conditions in the longitudinal and transverse directions, and no-slip conditions at the top and bottom walls. In the simulation, the Navier-Stokes equations are solved using a wall {normal, velocity {vorticity formulation. Solutions to the governing equations are provided using a Fourier-Galerkin pseudo-spectral method for the longitudinal and transverse directions and seventh-order Basis-splines (B-splines) collocation method...

Notebook associated with ‘High-Frequency Variability in the Circulation and Hydrography of the Denmark Strait Overflow from a High-resolution Numerical Model’

Mattia Almansi, Thomas W. N. Haine, R. S. Pickart, M. G. Magaldi, Renske Gelderloos & D. Mastropole
This notebook aims to investigate the Denmark Strait overflow variability by detecting and characterizing boluses and pulses, which are the two dominant mesoscale features in the strait. It reproduces the figures published in the paper “High-Frequency Variability in the Circulation and Hydrography of the Denmark Strait Overflow from a High-resolution Numerical Model” (Almansi et al., 2017; Journal of Physical Oceanography) using fast algorithms that have been developed to facilitate extracting information from model output fields....

Data from: Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Do Not Benefit from Limb Weights

Amanda M. Zimmet, Noah J. Cowan & A. J. Bastian
Data associated with the publication: Zimmet, Amanda M., Cowan, N. J., and Bastian, A. J. (2018). Patients with Cerebellar Ataxia Do Not Benefit from Limb Weights. Cerebellum. Contains code and data, written in MATLAB version 9.1.0.441655. All of the data was collected from the Kinarm (BKIN Technologies Ltd.) using the following distribution: KINARM: BKIN Dexterit-E 3.2.3-2092, XPC version 4.3. Please download the README document from the Files list for details on content and for viewing...

Field notes, interview transcripts and other data associated with the dissertation titled 'Modernity’s garbage: Struggles over municipal solid waste in urban India'

Aman Luthra, Sudipta Mukherjee &
This collection contains three primary types of data: (a) interview notes and transcripts with a range of stakeholders including informal waste sector actors (e.g. waste pickers), waste management firms, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), technical experts from a range of organizations, recycling companies, plastics industry, and municipal staff; (b) field notes from various conferences, symposia, and workshops related to waste management; and (c) comments from various organizations on the draft versions of the Municipal Solid Waste (Management...

Data and software associated with publication \"High-resolution behavioral mapping of electric fishes in Amazonian habitats\"

Manu S. Madhav, Ravikrishnan P. Jayakumar, Alican Demir, Sarah A. Stamper, Eric S. Fortune & Noah J. Cowan
This project includes datasets with recordings of weakly electric fish Eigenmannia virescens using grids of spatially distributed electrodes. These were collected in the LIMBS laboratory at JHU in 2014, and at the Terra Ronca cave in Brazil in 2016. The project also includes code for (1) analyzing the overhead images or video and extracting fish locations, (2) implementing the algorithms described in the publication for estimating fish positions and orientations using electrode measurements alone, and...

Data and software associated with publication \"Closed-Loop Control of Active Sensing Movements Regulates Sensory Slip”

Debojyoti Biswas, Luke A. Arend, Sarah A. Stamper, Balazs P. Vagvolgyi, Eric S. Fortune & Noah J. Cowan
This project includes datasets of experiments conducted with weakly electric fish Eigenmannia virescens while tracking a moving refuge. In this project we studied how the reafferent feedback shapes the active movement of E. viresecens. To test this, we created a novel experimental apparatus that allowed us to manipulate the gain of reafferent feedback in freely swimming weakly electric fish in different experimental topologies -- open- and closed-loop control. The data were collected in the LIMBS...

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Daniel Hanley, Andrew Mould, Natalie Ullman & John Muschelli
Tarballs of each subjects images and header information.

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Daniel Hanley, Andrew Mould, Natalie Ullman & John Muschelli
Tarballs of each subjects images and header information.

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Daniel Hanley, Andrew Mould, Natalie Ullman & John Muschelli
Tarballs of each subjects images and header information.

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Daniel Hanley, Andrew Mould, Natalie Ullman & John Muschelli
Tarballs of each subjects images and header information.

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Daniel Hanley, Andrew Mould, Natalie Ullman & John Muschelli
Tarballs of each subjects images and header information.

4a_WeightDataRaw.zip

Amanda M. Zimmet, Noah J. Cowan & A. J. Bastian
Optional Code & Data: WeightDataRaw - raw data from Kinarm. Follow the "REPROCESSING THE DATA (OPTIONAL)" instructions in README to convert to WeightDataProcessed. Please combine files with 4b_WeightDataRaw into a single folder. The folder has been split to facilitate download.

README.txt

Amanda M. Zimmet, Noah J. Cowan & A. J. Bastian
Content and usage notes for the data collection.

README.txt

Alison E. Turnbull, Xuejuan Ning, Anirudh Rao, Jessica J. Tao & Dale M. Needham
This file lists the steps to run the .Rmd file and dependencies to install in order to run it.

Coded quotations for codes relevant to the paper “Bringing fear into focus: The intersections of HIV and masculine gender norms in Côte d’Ivoire”

Danielle Naugle, Natalie J Tibbels, Zoé Hendrickson, Abdul Dosso, Lynn Van Lith, Elizabeth C Mallalieu, Anne Marie Kouadio, Walter Kra, Diarra Kamara, Patricia Dailly-Ajavon, Adama Cisse, Kim Seifert-Ahanda, Sereen Thaddeus, Stella Babalola & Christopher J Hoffmann
Using data from 73 in-depth interviews and 28 focus group discussions with 227 Ivoirian men collected between November and December 2016 across three urban sites, this qualitative research study aimed to explore the role masculinity plays in men’s engagement in the HIV care continuum in Côte d’Ivoire. The data posted here is a subset of the larger dataset and includes coded quotations (deidentified) relevant to the topic of the manuscript.

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