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Warm Glow of Giving and Intertemporal Budget Choices (FEJAN)

Andreas Nicklisch, Helga Fehr-Duda, Jan Schmitz & Felix Schlüter
This research project analyzes monetary intertemporal choices when trading-off individual and income that is donated. Donations have the form of warm glow of giving, while income decisions are elicited in a convex time budget constraint. Treatment conditions vary the urgency of the donation. This experiment ran in the experimental software "oTree" The dataset contains the following folders: "Ablaufplan": The instructions for the experimenter "Instruktionen": The instructions that where handed out to the experiments' participants for...

Shedding light on dark figures: steps towards a methodology for estimating actual numbers of COVID-19 infections in Germany based on Google Trends

Christina H. Maaß
Data used for research project: Shedding light on dark figures: Steps towards a methodology for estimating actual numbers of COVID-19 infections in Germany based on Google Trends Data obtained from Google Trends (trends.google.de) and Robert Koch Institute (https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/nCoV.html).

Beta maṣāḥǝft Data

Alessandro Bausi, Eugenia Sokolinski, Denis Nosnitsin, Dorothea Reule, Solomon Gebreyes Beyene, Daria Elagina, Angela Müller, Pietro Liuzzo, Massimo Villa, Jacopo Gnisci, Eliana Dal Sasso, , Antonella Brita, Alessandro Gori, , Anne Regourd, Anaïs Wion, Carsten Hoffmann, Ekaterina Gusarova, Francesca Panini, Iosif Fridman, Irmeli Perho, Irene Roticiani, Jonas Karlsson, Jonah Sandford … & Veronika Roth
Data is maintained here https://github.com/BetaMasaheft This dump is provided as additional security and to facilitate reuse. Includes the Ethio-SPaRe data and the IslHornAfr data. Each file contains specific attribution and is visible in the online application https://betamasaheft.eu accessing it XML, RDF or HTML.

The Impact of COVID-19 on Music Consumption and Music Spending

Janis Denk, Alexa Burmester, Michael Kandziora & Michel Clement
COVID-19 induced restrictions ordered by governments around the world have been an exogenous shock to the music industry, which we divide into two affected groups: 1) live music events and 2) recorded music. While the impact on live music events is rather obvious, it is unclear how the current pandemic is affecting the recorded music market. Hence, we study consumers’ pre- and post-pandemic shifts in consumer spending (in euros) and music consumption (in hours) across...

The Impact of COVID-19 on Music Consumption and Music Spending

Janis Denk, Alexa Burmester, Michael Kandziora & Michel Clement
COVID-19 induced restrictions ordered by governments around the world have been an exogenous shock to the music industry, which we divide into two affected groups: 1) live music events and 2) recorded music. While the impact on live music events is rather obvious, it is unclear how the current pandemic is affecting the recorded music market. Hence, we study consumers’ pre- and post-pandemic shifts in consumer spending (in euros) and music consumption (in hours) across...

IRR images of Ars nova fragments preserved in Nuremberg and Melk

Ivan Shevchuk, Sebastian Bosch & Andreas Janke
Infrared reflectography (IRR) images were captured with an Apollo reflectography camera (Opus Instruments, UK) from Ars nova music fragments preserved in Nuremberg, Stadtbibliothek, Germany (12–13 Februrary 2020, and 18 October 2021), and Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, Austria (21 October 2021). The aim was to verify the presence of carbon in the inks. The regular Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensing range (900–1700 nm) of the 128×128-pixel scanning InGaAs sensor was reduced by a Long Wave Pass Filter (LWP1510, range...

IRR images of Ars nova fragments preserved in Nuremberg and Melk

Ivan Shevchuk, Sebastian Bosch & Andreas Janke
Infrared reflectography (IRR) images were captured with an Apollo reflectography camera (Opus Instruments, UK) from Ars nova music fragments preserved in Nuremberg, Stadtbibliothek, Germany (12–13 Februrary 2020, and 18 October 2021), and Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, Austria (21 October 2021). The aim was to verify the presence of carbon in the inks. The regular Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensing range (900–1700 nm) of the 128×128-pixel scanning InGaAs sensor was reduced by a Long Wave Pass Filter (LWP1510, range...

The impact of COVID-19 on blood donations

Besarta Veseli, Sabrina Sandner, Sinika Studte & Michel Clement
During a crisis, society calls for individuals to take prosocial actions that promote crisis management. Indeed, individuals show higher willingness to help after a disaster. However, the COVID-19 pandemic presents significant differences as it is an ongoing crisis that affects all individuals and has the potential to pose a direct health threat to anyone. Therefore, we propose that the pandemic may also negatively affect willingness to help, specifically blood donation intentions. It requires a high...

X-Ray Fluorescence and Reflectography Data from Dublin, Chester Beatty Library manuscript Ms. CBL Is 1431

Olivier Bonnerot
XRF (Elio: 40kV, 80 µA, spot measurements of 120s each) and reflectography (DinoLite: x50 magnification for spots on ink and pigment, vis, NIR and UV light) analysis of inks and pigments from Ms. CBL Is 1431. CBL_Is1431_Report.docx - detailed report Is1431_XRF.zip - complete XRF Dataset Is1431_reflectography.zip - complete reflectography Dataset

EASIER Multilingual Sign Language Wordnet

Sam Bigeard, Marc Schulder, Maria Kopf, Thomas Hanke, Kiriaki Vasilaki, Anna Vacalopoulou, Theodor Goulas, Athanasia-Lida Dimou, Stavroula-Evita Fotinea & Eleni Efthimiou
A wordnet for a number of sign languages target in the EASIER project.

Data set 2. Observations on mise en texte features

Karl Jonas Karlsson
"Data set 2. Observations on mise en texte features" from the dissertation The Diachronic Development of the Dǝggʷā: A Study of Texts and Manuscripts of Selected Ethiopic Antiphon Collections, submitted to the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Hamburg for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Karl Jonas Karlsson on 26 February 2022.

Microwave Radiometer Observations during FESSTVaL 2021

Ulrich Löhnert, Christine Knist, Tobias Böck & Bernhard Pospichal
This data set contains level1 (brightness temperatures) and level2 (retrieved meteorological variables) of the four ground-based microwave radiometers (MWR) measuring during FESSTVaL 2021 (May-August) at Lindenberg (2 MWR, dwd and uzk), Falkenberg (1 MWR, uzk) and Birkholz (1 MWR, uhh). For each MWR you find up to seven data file types. Up to two level1 data file types: arbritrary viewing direction (e.g. *mwr00_l1_tb_*) and boundary layer scans (e.g. *mwrBL00_l1_tb_*) Up to five level2 data file...

Thermodynamic retrieved profiles from the ASSIST infrared spectrometer, FESSTVaL campaign

Dave Turner & Luc Rochette
This dataset contains thermodynamic profiles retrieved from the ground-based infrared spectrometer called the ASSIST. The ASSIST was located at the "MOLRAO" location at the DWD's Lindenberg site. The primary retrieved variables are T(z), q(z), liquid water path, and effective radius. The uncertainties of these variables are provided, as well as a full error covariance matrix. Most of the information from the ASSIST observation is in the lowest 2 km; the "cumulative degrees of freedom" fields...

Rainfall rates estimated from X-Band radar observations during FESSTVaL 2021

Finn Burgemeister, Marco Clemens & Felix Ament
This data set contains rainfall rates estimated from X-band radar (WRX) observations during the Field Experiment on Sub-mesoscale Spatio-Temporal Variability in Lindenberg (FESSTVaL) from June to August 2021. This single-polarized, local area weather radar was located at the boundary layer field site of the German Weather Service (Deutscher Wetterdienst - DWD) at Falkenberg. The radar operated at an elevation angle of 2.3° with a high temporal 30 s, range 60 m, and sampling 1° resolution...

Multicopter UAS measurements at GM Falkenberg during FESSTVaL 2021

Norman Wildmann
This data set contains aggregated measurements from a fleet of multicopter UAS. The data was measured during the period 21 June 2021 through 02 July 2021 at the GM Falkenberg with the SWUF-3D fleet. The data was collected in association to the FESSTVaL field campaign. The data is structured as one file per UAS (level 1) as well as aggregated data from all UAS operating simultaneously in specific flights (level 2). For level-2 data, time...

Social Reference Points and the Labor Effort (ANJA)

Andreas Nicklisch, Jan Schmitz & Marie Elisabeth Delille
This research project analyzes the effect of a change in the reference point and the endogenous decision to reveal the reference point on the real effort provided in a real effort laboratory experiment. Absolute differences in the performance in a repeated math task are endogenously or exogenously revealed or not revealed at all participants in a group, before participants redo the math task again. This experiment ran in the experimental software "zTree" The dataset contains...

Shedding light on dark figures: steps towards a methodology for estimating actual numbers of COVID-19 infections in Germany based on Google Trends

Christina H. Maaß
Data used for research project: Shedding light on dark figures: Steps towards a methodology for estimating actual numbers of COVID-19 infections in Germany based on Google Trends Data obtained from Google Trends (trends.google.de) and Robert Koch Institute (https://www.rki.de/DE/Content/InfAZ/N/Neuartiges_Coronavirus/nCoV.html).

NER-Modell 20 des Projekts Dehmel Digital

Marie Flüh
This dataset contains two types of resources: Firstly, three Named Entity Recognition models developed in the context of the project "Dehmel digital" for the automatic annotation of persons, places, artworks and organisations in letters from the period around 1900. The training corpus for model 20 consists of 400,000 manually annotated tokens.
Second, a table in which the results of the performance test are broken down in detail. The performance was calculated on the basis of...

Molecular consequences of SARS-CoV-2 liver tropism

Nicola Wanner, Geoffroy Andrieux & Victor G Puelles
Extrapulmonary manifestations of COVID-19 have gained attention, not only due to their links to clinical outcomes, but also due to their potential long-term sequelae. Recent evidence has shown multi-organ tropism of severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2), including heart, kidney and liver. Previous studies have shown that close to 20% of hospitalized patients with COVID-19 develop liver injury, showing an association to disease severity. Here, we characterized SARS-CoV-2 liver tropism in autopsy samples, based...

IRR images of Ars nova fragments preserved in Nuremberg and Melk

Ivan Shevchuk, Sebastian Bosch & Andreas Janke
Infrared reflectography (IRR) images were captured with an Apollo reflectography camera (Opus Instruments, UK) from Ars nova music fragments preserved in Nuremberg, Stadtbibliothek, Germany (12–13 Februrary 2020, and 18 October 2021), and Melk, Stiftsbibliothek, Austria (21 October 2021). The aim was to verify the presence of carbon in the inks. The regular Short-Wave Infrared (SWIR) sensing range (900–1700 nm) of the 128×128-pixel scanning InGaAs sensor was reduced by a Long Wave Pass Filter (LWP1510, range...

ASCAT Global Maps of daily running 5-day mean surface soil moisture

Stefan Kern
Abstract: The soil moisture time series data of the EUMETSAT H-SAF product H115 and its extension H116 based on MetOp-A and -B ASCAT data, processing version v5, are converted into geographic maps (cartesian grid) of daily running 5-day average/composite soil moisture (SM) distribution separately for ascending and descending overpasses. Two different 5-day SM distributions are given: one is based solely on nominally computed SM, the other one includes also those SM values which were negative...

Data for: The stochastic capacitated lot-sizing problem under the static and static-dynamic uncertainty strategies

Markus Mickein & Knut Haase
This dataset support the findings of the study "The stochastic capacitated lot-sizing problem under the static and static-dynamic uncertainty strategies" by Markus Mickein and Knut Haase.

Validation of a Standardized Donor Health Questionnaire across Substances of Human Origin

Sabrina Sandner, , Katja Van Den Hurk, Marian Van Kraaij, Christina Mikkelsen, Henrik Ullum & Michel Clement
Paper "Validation of a Standardized Donor Health Questionnaire across Substances of Human Origin" -Datensatz für Study 1 und Study 2 -Fragebogen für Study 1 und Study 2 -SPSS Skript -Publikation

Data set 4. Melodic-family designations in antiphons for selected commemorations within the Season of Flowers

Karl Jonas Karlsson
"Data set 4. Melodic-family designations in antiphons for selected commemorations within the Season of Flowers" from the dissertation The Diachronic Development of the Dǝggʷā: A Study of Texts and Manuscripts of Selected Ethiopic Antiphon Collections, submitted to the Faculty of Humanities at the University of Hamburg for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy by Karl Jonas Karlsson on 26 February 2022.

GLips - German Lipreading Dataset

Gerald Schwiebert, Cornelius Weber, Leyuan Qu, Henrique Siqueira & Stefan Wermter
The German Lipreading dataset consists of 250,000 publicly available videos of the faces of speakers of the Hessian Parliament, which was processed for word-level lip reading using an automatic pipeline. The format is similar to that of the English language Lip Reading in the Wild (LRW) dataset, with each H264-compressed MPEG-4 video encoding one word of interest in a context of 1.16 seconds duration, which yields compatibility for studying transfer learning between both datasets. Choosing...

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