67 Works

Data from: Large-scale mutation in the evolution of a gene complex for cryptic coloration

Zachariah Gompert, Romain Villoutreix, Clarissa De Carvalho, Victor Soria-Carrasco, Dorothea Lindtke, Marisol De-La-Mora, Moritz Muschick, Jeffrey Feder, Thomas Parchman & Patrik Nosil
The types of mutations affecting adaptation in the wild are only beginning to be understood. In particular, whether structural changes shape adaptation by suppressing recombination or by creating new mutations is unresolved. Here we show that multiple, linked but recombining loci underlie cryptic color morphs of Timema chumash stick insects. In a related species, these loci are found in a region of suppressed recombination, forming a supergene. However, in seven species of Timema we find...

Examining Student Engagement within an Assessment System

Teresa Ober, Matt Carter, Maxwell Hong, Daniella Reboucas & Alison Cheng
This repository accompanies a project examining the extent to which behavioral indicators of engagement from digital log data are associated with various student learning outcomes above and beyond self-reported levels of engagement, and whether the strength of these associations vary depending on the type of learning outcome

Adaptive zones shape the magnitude of premating reproductive isolation in Timema stick insects

Moritz Muschick, Victor Soria-Carrasco, Jeffrey Feder, Zachariah Gompert & Patrik Nosil
Simpson's fossil-record inspired model of ‘adaptive zones’ proposes that evolution is dominated by small fluctuations within adaptive zones, occasionally punctuated by larger shifts between zones. This model can help explain why the process of population divergence often results in weak or moderate reproductive isolation (RI), rather than strong RI and distinct species. Applied to the speciation process, the adaptive zones hypothesis makes two inter-related predictions: (i) large shifts between zones are relatively rare, (ii) when...

Automated Text Categorization and Metabarcoding of Cryptococcus neoformans

David Molik, DeAndre Tomlinson, shane davitt, Eric Morgan, Benjamin Roche, Natalie Meyers, Michael Pfrender & Matthew Sisk
Determining the Ecology of a Opportunistic Pathogen using Data Mining and Natural Language Processing

Using DMPTool, ORCID, SciENcv, and OSF to Write Better Proposals and Set Up Research Projects

Natalie Meyers
A NFCDS Spring 2020 Workshop presentation

Experiment 1

Joshua Koen

Koen Lab

Joshua Koen, Daniel Henreckson, Morgan Munsen, Nick Yeh & Rachelle Picho
Lab resources and Wiki for the Koen Lab at Notre Dame

Data from: A rapidly evolved shift in life history timing during ecological speciation is driven by the transition between developmental phases

Thomas Powell, Andrew Nguyen, Qinwen Xia, Jeffrey Feder, Gregory Ragland & Daniel Hahn
For insect species in temperate environments, seasonal timing is often governed by the regulation of diapause, a complex developmental program that allows insects to weather unfavorable conditions and synchronize their lifecycles with available resources. Diapause development consists of a series of distinct phases including initiation, maintenance, termination, and post-diapause development. The evolution of insect seasonal timing depends in part on how these phases of diapause development and post-diapause development interact to affect variation in phenology....

Search strategies

Kate Ghezzi-Kopel, Sisi Meng, Nkulumo Zinyengere, Maricelis Acevedo, Kevin Pixley & Jaron Porciello


Hannah Kim, Caroline Vincent, Logan Smith, Emma Choplin, Eric Youngstrom, Ishan Thaker, Breiana Sisk, Lillian Pitts, Phoebe Rodda, Abigail Fleri & Natalie Charamut

Distant Reader CORD19

Eric Morgan, David Molik & Natalie Meyers
Distant Reader tests against the CORD19 dataset

Data from: Higher dominance rank is associated with lower glucocorticoids in wild female baboons: A rank metric comparison

Emily Levy, Laurence Gesquiere, Emily McLean, Mathias Franz, J Kinyua Warutere, Serah Sayialel, Raphael Mututua, Tim Wango, Vivian Oudu, Jeanne Altmann, Elizabeth Archie & Susan Alberts
In vertebrates, glucocorticoid secretion occurs in response to energetic and psychosocial stressors that trigger the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis. Measuring glucocorticoid concentrations can therefore shed light on the stressors associated with different social and environmental variables, including dominance rank. Using 14,172 fecal samples from 237 wild female baboons, we test the hypothesis that high-ranking females experience fewer psychosocial and/or energetic stressors than lower-ranking females. We predicted that high-ranking females would have lower fecal glucocorticoid (fGC) concentrations...

Adaptation to Remote Teaching During Spring 2020 amidst COVID-19

Teresa Ober, Meghan Coggins & Alison Cheng
During the Spring 2020 semester, K-12 teachers and students throughout the U.S. adapted from a face-to-face to a fully online teaching format. To better understand these experiences, seven AP Statistics teachers were interviewed following a semi-structured protocol.

Students' Predictions of Statistics Knowledge

Teresa Ober, Matt Carter, Maxwell Hong, Daniella Reboucas, Alex Brodersen & Alison Cheng
Are high school students accurate in predicting their test performance? If so, do their predictions explain variation in performance, even after accounting for other factors? We examined these questions in two testing contexts (low-stakes and high-stakes) among students enrolled in a high school advanced placement (AP) statistics class.

Traces of error commission

Anna Foerster, Birte Moeller, Greg Huffman, Wilfried Kunde, Christian Frings & Roland Pfister

Data from: Improving predictions of tropical tree survival and growth by incorporating measurements of whole leaf allocation

Nathan G. Swenson, Yoshiko Iida & Vanessa E. Rubio
1. Individual-level demographic outcomes should be predictable upon the basis of traits. However, linking traits to tree performance has proven challenging likely due to a failure to consider physiological traits (i.e., hard-traits) and the failure to integrate organ-level and whole plant-level trait information. 2. Here, we modeled the survival rate and relative growth rate of trees while considering crown allocation, hard-traits, and local-scale biotic interactions, and compared these models to more traditional trait-based models of...

Introducion to Open Sciencia Framework

Natalie Meyers
Presentacion Summit Internacional UC 2020

Telepsychology Wikiversity Resources and References

Emma Choplin, Anna Van Meter, Eric Youngstrom, Caroline Vincent, Julia Iacoviello, Breiana Sisk & Lillian Pitts
Resources for the HGAPS Telepsychology Wikiversity Page


Caroline Vincent, Eric Youngstrom, Hannah Kim, Julia Iacoviello, Phoebe Rodda, Abigail Fleri & Natalie Charamut

Testing, tuning, and translating the best of the free tools for assessment, treatment, and education about mental health. Interactive workshop presented at the Miami International Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference, Miami, FL

Eric Youngstrom, Elizabeth Wilson, Hannah Kim, Bellete Lu, Caroline Vincent, Jenny Smith, Emma Choplin, Julia Iacoviello, Breiana Sisk, Lillian Pitts, Natalie Charamut & hide okuno
Testing, tuning, and translating the best of the free tools for assessment, treatment, and education about mental health. 3-hour CE credit Interactive workshop presented at the Miami International Child and Adolescent Mental Health Conference, Miami, FL

Text Mining for Distant Reading Insights into COVID-19

Natalie Meyers
A Presentation at EXTRACTION: TRACING THE VEINS CODATA Center of Excellence in Data for Society MiniForum on Data Extraction

Big Five Inventory-2 Factor Structure and Methods of Accounting for Acquiescent Responding in an Adolescent Sample

Teresa Ober & Alison Cheng
We attempted to confirm an appropriate factor structure of the BFI-2 given a sample of adolescents. After controlling for acquiescence, the findings generally suggest that both the correlated facets and the correlated residuals model are appropriate factor structures for the BFI-2 with a sample of adolescents. Modeling one domain (open-mindedness) proved elusive given the present measure. Using a measure on children and adolescents developed on an adult sample can be dubious, and in light of...

Profiling serum cytokines in COVID-19 patients reveals IL-6 and IL-10 are disease severity predictors

Huan Han, Qingfeng Ma, Cong Li, Rui Liu, Li Zhao, Wei Wang, Pingan Zhang, Xinghui Liu, Guosheng Gao, Fang Liu, Yingan Jiang, Xiaoming Cheng, Chengliang Zhu & Yuchen Xia
Since the outbreak of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) in Wuhan, China, it has rapidly spread across many other countries. While the majority of patients were considered mild, critically ill patients involving respiratory failure and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome are not uncommon, which could result death. We hypothesized that cytokine storm is associated with severe outcome. We enrolled 102 COVID-19 patients who were admitted to Renmin Hospital (Wuhan, China). All patients were classified into moderate, severe...

Accelerated reproduction is not an adaptive response to early life adversity in wild baboons

Chelsea J. Weibel, Jenny Tung, Susan C. Alberts & Elizabeth A. Archie
In humans and other long-lived species, harsh conditions in early life often lead to profound differences in adult life expectancy. In response, natural selection is expected to accelerate the timing and pace of reproduction in individuals who experience some forms of early life adversity. However, the adaptive benefits of reproductive acceleration following early adversity remain untested. Here we test a recent version of this theory, the internal predictive adaptive response (iPAR) model, by assessing for...

Collaborations Across Open Science (Community Series, Summer 2020)

Eric Olson, Marcy Reedy, Sandra Gesing, Noel Recla, Richard Johnson, Adrien Rigobello, Natalie Meyers, Gretchen Gueguen & Daniel Steger
Featuring the PresQT Project, the Open Scholarship Knowledge Base, and the Centre for Information Technology and Architecture

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  • University of Notre Dame
  • Center For Open Science
  • University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  • North West Agriculture and Forestry University
  • Sun Yat-sen University
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
  • University of Maryland
  • VA Connecticut Healthcare System
  • Beijing Tian Tan Hospital
  • Shanghai University