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Data from: Charting the complete elastic properties of inorganic crystalline compounds

Maarten De Jong, Wei Chen, Thomas Angsten, Anubhav Jain, Randy Notestine, Anthony Gamst, Marcel Sluiter, Chaitanya Krishna Ande, Sybrand Van Der Zwaag, Jose J. Plata, Cormac Toher, Stefano Curtarolo, Gerbrand Ceder, Kristin A. Persson & Mark Asta
The elastic constant tensor of an inorganic compound provides a complete description of the response of the material to external stresses in the elastic limit. It thus provides fundamental insight into the nature of the bonding in the material, and it is known to correlate with many mechanical properties. Despite the importance of the elastic constant tensor, it has been measured for a very small fraction of all known inorganic compounds, a situation that limits...

Data from: Alongshore variation in barnacle populations is determined by surfzone hydrodynamics

Alan L. Shanks, Steven G. Morgan, Jamie MacMahan, Ad J.H.M. Reniers & Ad J. H. M. Reniers
Larvae in the coastal ocean are transported toward shore by a variety of mechanisms. Crossing the surf zone is the last step in a shoreward migration and surf zones may act as semipermeable barriers altering delivery of larvae to the shore. We related variation in the structure of intertidal barnacle populations to surfzone width (surfzone hydrodynamics proxy), wave height, alongshore wind stress (upwelling proxy), solar radiation, and latitude at 40 rocky intertidal sites from San...

Multimodal Molecular Imaging of Human Kidney Tissue From a 31 Year Old White Male Donor

Jeffrey Spraggins, Elizabeth Neumann, Nathan Patterson, David Anderson, Kavya Sharman, Lukasz Migas, Jamie Allen, Maya Brewer, Jennifer Harvey, Haichun Yang, Raymond Harris, Agnes Fogo, Mark deCaestecker, Danielle Gutierrez, Richard Caprioli & Raf Van de Plas
Multimodal molecular imaging data collected from the Right Kidney of a 31 year old White Male donor by the Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center (BIOMC) at Vanderbilt University. BIOMIC is a Tissue Mapping Center that is part of the NIH funded Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP). Datasets generated by BIOMIC combine MALDI imaging mass spectrometry with various microscopy modalities including autofluorescence and stained microscopy. Support was provided by the NIH Common Fund and National Institute of...

Multimodal Molecular Imaging of Human Kidney Tissue From a 61 Year Old White Female Donor

Jeffrey Spraggins, Nathan Patterson, David Anderson, Kavya Sharman, Lukasz Migas, Jamie Allen, Maya Brewer, Jennifer Harvey, Haichun Yang, Raymond Harris, Agnes Fogo, Mark deCaestecker, Danielle Gutierrez, Richard Caprioli & Raf Van de Plas
Mulltimodal molecular imaging data collected from the Left Kidney of a 61 year old White Female donor by the Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center (BIOMC) at Vanderbilt University. BIOMIC is a Tissue Mapping Center that is part of the NIH funded Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP). Datasets generated by BIOMIC combine MALDI imaging mass spectrometry with various microscopy modalities including autofluorescence and stained microscopy. Support was provided by the NIH Common Fund and National Institute of...

Multimodal Molecular Imaging of Human Kidney Tissue From a 66 Year Old White Female Donor

Jeffrey Spraggins, Elizabeth Neumann, Nathan Patterson, David Anderson, Kavya Sharman, Lukasz Migas, Jamie Allen, Maya Brewer, Jennifer Harvey, Haichun Yang, Raymond Harris, Agnes Fogo, Mark deCaestecker, Danielle Gutierrez, Richard Caprioli & Raf Van de Plas
Multimodal molecular imaging data collected from the Left Kidney of a 66 year old White Female donor by the Biomolecular Multimodal Imaging Center (BIOMC) at Vanderbilt University. BIOMIC is a Tissue Mapping Center that is part of the NIH funded Human Biomolecular Atlas Program (HuBMAP). Datasets generated by BIOMIC combine MALDI imaging mass spectrometry with various microscopy modalities including autofluorescence and stained microscopy. Support was provided by the NIH Common Fund and National Institute of...

Announcing schema 4.2

Robin Dasler & Madeleine de Smaele
The DataCite Metadata Schema is the basis for the metadata you submit to DataCite. It tells you the available fields and structure for your metadata records, and it’s what we validate against to make sure everything is as it should be. The metadata...

Data from: Aeroecology meets aviation safety: early warning systems in Europe and the Middle East prevent collisions between birds and aircraft

Hans Van Gasteren, Karen L. Krijgsveld, Nadine Klauke, Yossi Leshem, Isabel C. Metz, Michal Skakuj, Serge Sorbi, Inbal Schekler & Judy Shamoun-Baranes
The aerosphere is utilized by billions of birds, moving for different reasons and from short to great distances spanning tens of thousands of kilometres. The aerosphere, however, is also utilized by aviation which leads to increasing conflicts in and around airfields as well as en-route. Collisions between birds and aircraft cost billions of euros annually and, in some cases, result in the loss of human lives. Simultaneously, aviation has diverse negative impacts on wildlife. During...

DataCite Metadata Schema Documentation for the Publication and Citation of Research Data v4.3

1 Introduction 1.1 The DataCite Consortium 1.2 DataCite Community Participation 1.3 The Metadata Schema 1.4 Version 4.32 Update 2 DataCite Metadata Properties 2.1 Overview 2.2 Citation 2.3 DataCite Properties 3 XML Example 4 XML Schema 5 Other DataCite Services Appendices Appendix 1: Controlled List Definitions Appendix 2: Earlier Version Update Notes Appendix 3: Standard values for unknown information Appendix 4: Version 4.1 Changes in support of software citation Appendix 5: FORCE11 Software Citation Principles Mapping

Robustness and Prediction Accuracy of Machine Learning for Objective Visual Quality Assessment

Andrew Hines, Paul Kendrick, Adriaan Barri, Manish Narwaria & Judith Redi

Transparent recognition for every research contribution

Frederique Belliard & Yan Wang

Feasibility Study of Monitoring Delft Geothermal Project Using Land Controlled-Source Electromagnetic Method

Mahmoud Eltayieb , Dieter Werthmüller , Guy Drijkoningen & Evert Slob
Delft geothermal project (DAPwell) is a planned geothermal well doublet, where relatively cold water is going to be injected through one well into a low enthalpy geothermal reservoir to produce hot water from the other well. The volume of the cold water around the injection well will increase over time and, in the end, result in a thermal breakthrough. Thus, it is essential to trace the time-lapse change in the volume of the cold water...

Towards Improved Flood Defences

Matthijs Kok, Juliette Cortes Arevalo & Martijn Vos

Spatial Building Typology (Volume 2)

Hielkje Zijlstra , Lucca Fischer, Noah van Asselt & Tjeu de Gouw

Inclusive Stations

Manuela Triggianese & Yagiz Söylev

How do people distribute their attention while observing The Night Watch?

Joost C. F. de Winter, Dimitra Dodou & Wilbert Tabone
This study explored how people look at The Night Watch (1642), Rembrandt's masterpiece. Twenty-one participants each stood in front of the painting for 5 min, while their eyes were recorded with a mobile eye-tracker and their thoughts were verbalized with a think-aloud method. We computed a heatmap of the participants’ attentional distribution using a novel markerless mapping method. The results showed that the participants’ attention was mainly directed at the faces of the two central...

Supporting information: \"Chenier Formation Through Wave Winnowing and Tides\"

Silke Tas, Bas van Maren & Ad Reniers
This dataset accompanies the paper entitled, "Chenier Formation Through Wave Winnowing and Tides", published in the Journal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface. The Delft3D model input files used in this study have been included here as supporting information. One of the 28 scenarios modelled has been included here (the scenario shown in Figure 1), the model files of all scenarios are identical except for the boundary conditions (waves and water level), the MorFac (morphological acceleration...

An engineered non-oxidative glycolytic bypass based on Calvin-cycle enzymes enables anaerobic co-fermentation of glucose and sorbitol by Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Aafke C. A. van Aalst, Robert Mans & Jack T. Pronk
Abstract Background Saccharomyces cerevisiae is intensively used for industrial ethanol production. Its native fermentation pathway enables a maximum product yield of 2 mol of ethanol per mole of glucose. Based on conservation laws, supply of additional electrons could support even higher ethanol yields. However, this option is disallowed by the configuration of the native yeast metabolic network. To explore metabolic engineering strategies for eliminating this constraint, we studied alcoholic fermentation of sorbitol. Sorbitol cannot be...

Additional file 4 of An engineered non-oxidative glycolytic bypass based on Calvin-cycle enzymes enables anaerobic co-fermentation of glucose and sorbitol by Saccharomyces cerevisiae

Aafke C. A. van Aalst, Robert Mans & Jack T. Pronk
Additional file 4. Measurement data used to prepare Tables S2 and S3.

Data and software supporting \"Experimental demonstration of entanglement delivery using a quantum network stack\"

Matteo Pompili, Carlo Delle Donne, Ingmar te Raa, Bart van der Vecht, Matthew Skrzypczyk, Guilherme Ferreira, Lisa de Kluijver, Arian Stolk, Sophie Hermans, Przemysław Pawełczak, Wojciech Kozlowski, Ronald Hanson & Stephanie Wehner
Datasets and software to reproduce the results of the research.

Supplemental Information Appendix from A retrospective assessment of COVID-19 model performance in the USA

Kyle J. Colonna, Gabriela F. Nane, Ernani F. Choma, Roger M. Cooke & John S. Evans
Contains supplementary text, as well as supplemental figures and tables referenced in the main text.

Supplementary material from \"A retrospective assessment of COVID-19 model performance in the USA\"

Kyle J. Colonna, Gabriela F. Nane, Ernani F. Choma, Roger M. Cooke & John S. Evans
Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) forecasts from over 100 models are readily available. However, little published information exists regarding the performance of their uncertainty estimates (i.e. probabilistic performance). To evaluate their probabilistic performance, we employ the classical model (CM), an established method typically used to validate expert opinion. In this analysis, we assess both the predictive and probabilistic performance of COVID-19 forecasting models during 2021. We also compare the performance of aggregated forecasts (i.e. ensembles) based...

Supporting data for the publication: \"A tool for determining multiscale bedform characteristics from bed elevation data\"

Judith Zomer
This dataset contains the data used to make Figure 4 in the publication 'A tool for determining multiscale bedform characteristics from bed elevation data' by Zomer et al. It includes properties of primary and secondary dunes in the river Waal. Per dune the following information is provided: x (Easting, in RD new coordinates; EPSG: 28992) and y (Northing), H (dune height), L (dune length), Lee (the lee slope in m/m), maxLee (the maximum lee slope...

Data underlying the publication : \"A review of drought indices: predominance of drivers over impacts and the importance of local context\"

WUR Data Librarian, L.A. (Lieke) Melsen & Pieter R. van Oel
This dataset has been used to determine the country of application of different drought related studies, focusing on both categories of drought indicators and drought impacts. There is a readme file inside providing more details.

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