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Data from: Multi-temporal analysis reveals that predictors of mountain pine beetle infestation change during outbreak cycles

Jonathan Walter
Over the past two decades, severe mounta in pine beetle (MPB) outbreaks have affected several million hectares of forest in western North America. The extensive ecological and economic damage caused by widespread insect infestations make understanding the development and spread of MPB outbreaks critical. This study uses a time series of Landsat5 TM and Landsat7 ETM + images to map the spread of mortality due to MPB infestation in Arapaho–Roosevelt National Forest, Colorado, between 2003...

Exploring the Effects of a Social Communication Intervention On the Interactive Play of Young At-Risk Children

Christopher B. Denning
The purpose of this study was to provide a retrospective analysis of data collected during a series of single subject design studies of a social communication intervention targeting skills such as initiations, responses, turn-takes, and name use (StantonChapman, Denning, & Jamison, 2008; Stanton-Chapman, Denning, & Jamison, in review; Stanton-Chapman, Jamison, & Denning, 2008). The present study investigated the children‟s interactive play exhibited throughout a 10-minute period of free-play during a social communication intervention that consisted...

Between the Wires: The Janowska Camp and the Holocaust in Lviv

Waitman Beorn
This project focuses on the Janowska concentration camp which operated in Lviv from 1941-1944. Janowska distinguished itself from other Nazi concentration sites in several ways. First, it simultaneously performed three tasks: the concentration and use of slave labor, the transport of Jews to the extermination centers, and the local killing of Jews from Lviv on an unprecedented scale. Second, it was urban, located in the city of Lviv. Third, it formed the hub of a...

Fralin_Mayan_ClayMold_20161209

William Rourk
Fralin 3d ; This item is one in a series of 4 collection items from the Fralin Museum that were 3D scanned and 3D printed for the Spring 2017 Exhibit "Collect, Care, Conserve, Curate: The Life of the Art Object"

Venda Study Area

Joshua N. Edokpayi, Elizabeth T. Rogawski, David M. Kahler, Courtney L. Hill, Catherine F. Reynolds, Emanuel Nyathi, James A. Smith, John O. Odiyo, Amidou Samie, Pascal O. Bessong & Rebecca A. Dillingham
This is a Google Earth file with additional geographic information for the randomized controlled study on the effect of ceramic water filter and silver-impregnated porous ceramic water treatment (MadiDrop) on child health. This is a part of a study reported in a manuscript by: Joshua N. Edokpayi, Elizabeth T. Rogawski, David M. Kahler, Courtney Hill, Catherine Reynolds, Emanuel Nyathi, James A. Smith, John O. Odiyo, Amidou Samie, Pascal Bessong, Rebecca Dillingham. The authors acknowledge the...

Fralin_African_Baule_HeddlePulley_01_20170120

William Rourk
This item is one in a series of 4 collection items from the Fralin Museum that were 3D scanned and 3D printed for the Spring 2017 Exhibit "Collect, Care, Conserve, Curate: The Life of the Art Object"

Fralin - Corinthian Kotyle

William Rourk
Fralin 3D ; Laser scan data of greek vase from the Fralin Museum - Corinthian Kotyle ; Creaform Zscanner 700 CX ; 3D mesh data

The Aviator statue by Gutzon Borglum

William Rourk
3D scan data ; scan data of The Aviator by Gutzon Borglum ; data collected by FARO Focus 3D 120

Gentrification in Charlottesville

Catherine Griesedieck, Alex Hassler & Rita Cliffton
This paper builds upon the study by the University of Virginia on affordable housing and gentrification in Charlottesville from 2000-2010 by focusing on the changes that have occurred from 2010-2016. The study uses GIS analysis on Census Tracts to understand the changes in racial populations and income distributions across neighborhoods in Charlottesville with particular focus on traditionally African American neighborhoods- 10th and Page, Fifeville, Ridge Street, and Rose Hill. We find that there have been...

2017 Slides for LibraETD

Sherry Lake
Slides that demonstrate the use of LibraETD for regular SIS deposits and for Optional Thesis deposits. Presented during 2017 LibraETD workshops.

Replication data for: Quantities with Prices (RFF Working Paper 18-08)

Dallas Burtraw, Charles Holt, Karen Palmer, Anthony Paul & William Shobe
Data is in multiple tabs in a Microsoft Excel worksheet. Reference fields allow linking of the observations across sheets. [Works well in a relational database.] Code for analysis presented in the paper is in the accompanying R code file (R markdown format).

Contributions of Najee Olya to Kerameikos.org.

Najee Olya
Contributions of Najee Olya to Kerameikos.org. These represent any SKOS Concepts (RDF) created or updated by this editor, by means of batch uploaded through Google Sheets or manual editing in the back-end.

Supplemental Video for Joel Chroscinski MFA Thesis: Finding the Upside Down

Joel Chroscinski
These videos (personal statement, and three monologues) are supplemental portfolio materials for the MFA thesis of Joel Chroscinski

Replication data for: Price and quantity collars for stabilizing emission allowance prices: Laboratory experiments on the EU ETS market stability reserve

Charles Holt & William Shobe
Data from a set of experimental sessions. The data is stored in a series of separate "sheets" in a Microsoft Excel worksheet. The R code for the data analysis presented in the resulting paper is included in a separate file in R markdown format.

3D Still Life - apple with bite - photogrammetry

Will Rourk
one of a series of 3d datasets on still life objects; bitten apple; 3d still life

Crystallographic, Electronic, and Phononic Properties of SrTiO3-CaTiO3 Superlattices Versus Layer Thickness

Eric Hoglund
Figures for "Crystallographic, Electronic, and Phononic Properties of SrTiO3-CaTiO3 Superlattices Versus Layer Thickness"

Trajectories of the heart rate characteristics index, a physiomarker of sepsis in premature infants, predict Neonatal ICU mortality

Amanda M Zimmet, Brynne A Sullivan, J Randall Moorman, Douglas E Lake & Sarah J Ratcliffe
This repository contains the dataset and code for the manuscript: Zimmet AM, Sullivan BA, Moorman JR, Lake DE, Ratcliffe SJ. Trajectories of the heart rate characteristics index, a physiomarker of sepsis in premature infants, predict Neonatal ICU mortality. JRSM Cardiovascular Disease 2020. https://doi.org/10.1177/2048004020945142. ABSTRACT OBJECTIVE: Trajectories of physiomarkers over time can be useful to define phenotypes of disease progression and as predictors of clinical outcomes. The aim of this study was to identify phenotypes of...

Replication Data for: Discovery of signatures of fatal neonatal illness in vital signs using highly comparative time-series analysis

Justin Niestroy, Maxwell Levinson, Sadnan Al Manir, Timothy Clark, Karen Fairchild, Doug Lake & Randall Moorman
Replication Data for: Discovery of signatures of fatal neonatal illness in vital signs using highly comparative time-series analysis

Replication Data for \"Food Energy Water Tradeoffs of Negative Emissions Technologies in a + 1.5C Future

Jay Fuhrman
This repository contains the additional input files used in the incorporation of direct air capture technology into GCAM v5.2, as well as output data and python scripts used to produce figures for the manuscript "Food-Water-Energy Implications of Negative Emissions Technologies in a + 1.5C Future", published in the journal Nature Climate Change. These input files, data, and processing scripts are additionally duplicated at: https://github.com/jayfuhrman/No-Safety-NET-DAC-Modeling. The full GCAM-core model may be downloaded at https://github.com/JGCRI/gcam-core.

Advancing Reproducibility in Environmental Modeling: Integration of Open Repositories, Process Containerizations, and Seamless Workflows

Young Don Choi
There is growing acknowledgment and awareness of the reproducibility challenge facing computational environmental modeling. To overcome this challenge, data sharing using open, online repositories that meet the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable) guiding principles is recognized as a minimum standard to reproduce computational research. Even with these data sharing guidelines and well-documented workflows, it remains challenging to reproduce computational models due to complexities like inconsistent computational environments or difficulties in dealing with large datasets...

Kim 2022 - Acute progesterone feedback in PCOS - Supplemental Materials

Christopher Mccartney
Supplemental Materials for "Acute progesterone feedback on gonadotropin secretion is not demonstrably altered in estradiol-pretreated women with polycystic ovary syndrome," authors Su Hee Kim, Jessica A. Lundgren, James T. Patrie, Christine M. Burt Solorzano, and Christopher R. McCartney.

Votaciones senatoriales de 1ra Sesión Ordinaria de la 19ma Asamblea Legislativa de Puerto Rico

José Bayoán Santiago Calderón
Votaciones senatoriales de 1ra Sesión Ordinaria de la 19ma Asamblea Legislativa de Puerto Rico. Fuente de información incluye: https://www.senado.pr.gov (https://www.senado.pr.gov/Pages/VotacionMedidas.aspx - votos), https://openstates.org/graphql (para conseguir el rid de las medidas) y https://sutra.oslpr.org/osl/esutra/ (para la información de las comisiones).

Diverse Humoral Immune Responses in Younger and Older Adult COVID-19 Patients: Datasets

Jennifer Sasson, Joseph J Campo, Rebecca Carpenter, Mary K. Young, Arlo Z Young, Krista Trappl-Kimmons, Amit Oberai, Christopher Hung, Joshua Edgar, Andy A. Teng, Jozelyn V. Pablo, Xiaowu Liang, Angela Yee, William A. Petri & David Camerini
Protein array IgG, IgA, IgM signal intensity normalized data. This data set also contains clinical metadata and cytokine/chemokine/growth factor data used in the study.

John Leigh (1812-1888) Herbarium listing

Janis Antonovics
This is a copy of John Leigh's listing (in his own hand) of the contents of his herbarium. John Leigh (1812) was the first Medical Officer for Health in Manchester and corresponded with Lydia Becker (1827-1890). This herbarium listing is mentioned in Antonovics J, Gibby M, Hood, M E. 2020. John Leigh, Lydia Becker and their shared botanical interests. Archives of Natural History (in press).

Best Practices in Data Collection and Management Workshop

Sherry Lake & Andrea Denton
Ever need to help a researcher share and archive their research data? Would you know how to advise them on managing their data so it can be easily shared and re-used? This workshop will cover best practices for collecting and organizing research data related to the goal of data preservation and sharing. We will focus on best practices and tips for collecting data, including file naming, documentation/metadata, quality control, and versioning, as well as access...

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