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Replication Data for: Choosing the crook: A conjoint experiment on voting for corrupt politicians

Sofia Breitenstein
Replication Data for: "Choosing the crook: A conjoint experiment on voting for corrupt politicians"

ICEWS Automated Daily Event Data

Elizabeth Boschee, Jennifer Lautenschlager, Sean O'Brien, Steve Shellman & James Starz
Event data consists of coded interactions between socio-political actors (i.e., cooperative or hostile actions between individuals, groups, sectors and nation states). Events are automatically identified and extracted from news articles by the BBN ACCENT event coder. These events are essentially triples consisting of a source actor, an event type (according to the CAMEO taxonomy of events), and a target actor. Geographical-temporal metadata are also extracted and associated with the relevant events within a news article....

General files for "Robust neurocognitive individual differences in grammatical agreement processing: A latent variable approach"

Darren Tanner
This dataset includes general files for this project. A readme file is included that explains how files are organized across datasets and contain information on the contents of the files. Other files in this dataset include the spreadsheet of participant information (ages, genders, handedness and familial handedness, dates run, reasons for exclusion, etc), an example processing script useful for processing the raw EEG data associated with the project in EEGLAB/ERPLAB toolboxes for Matlab, and the...

Synthesis of Anthracyclines

Jonathan Miller
Synthetic efforts towards anticancer anthracyclines are described (including PhD thesis investigations) as well as theoretical chemistry involved mainly with selected dienophiles and dienes in associated Diels-Alder reactions. Computational chemistry output data included.

README_findley_youngJOP_2015.txt

Joseph Young (American University); Findley, Michael (University Of Texas, Austin)

Replication Data for: Political Institutions and Pollution: Evidence from Coal-Fired Power Generation

Richard Clark, Noah Zucker & Johannes Urpelainen
Replication package for: Clark, Richard, Noah Zucker, and Johannes Urpelainen. “Political Institutions and Pollution: Evidence from Coal-Fired Power Generation.” Review of Policy Research. Forthcoming.

petitions-1.xlsx

Digital Archive Of Massachusetts Anti-Slavery

Publicly available data for Comment on “Activation of methane to CH3+: A selective industrial route to methanesulfonic acid”

Vladislav A. Roytman & Daniel A. Singleton
Detailed computational methods and the computed structures and energies.

Snack It Up for Parents

Sara Folta
Snack It Up for Parents videos and tip sheets

A Dynamic Model of Primaries

Tara Slough, Erin A. York & Michael M. Ting
Replication materials for the empirics and all graphs in "A Dynamic Model of Primaries."

Facebook URL Shares-Light

Christina DeGregorio, Gary King, Solomon Messing, Zagreb Mukerjee, Chaya Nayak, Nathaniel Persily, Bogdan State & Arjun Wilkins
This codebook results from a collaboration between Facebook and Social Science One, originally prepared for Social Science One grantees. It describes the first URLs dataset, including its scope, structure, and fields. The data describes web page addresses (URLs) that have been shared on Facebook starting January 1, 2017 through to and including February 19, 2019. URLs are included if shared by more than on average 100 (+ Laplacian noise (mean = 0, scale = 5)...

Repressed Productive Potential and Revolt: Insights from an Insurgency in Burundi

Emily West & Cyrus Samii
The relationship between participation in revolt and individuals’ economic conditions is among the most debated in political science. While conventional economic theory suggests that those who face the poorest economic prospects are most inclined to fight, extant evidence is decidedly mixed. We address this puzzling variation by analyzing the interplay between macro-structural conditions and individuals’ micro-level circumstances. Under conditions of severe group repression, we show how a “glass ceiling” logic may operate: among the re-...

AIM-SSPRCP-LUmap-SSP1-26-v.1.0.nc

Shinichiro Fujimori, Tomoko Hasegawa, Akihiko Ito, Kiyoshi Takahashi & Toshihiko Masui

Replication Data for: "Social calls of Myotis nattereri during swarming"

Philipp Schmidbauer & Annette Denzinger
Data sets generated in the study "Social calls of Myotis nattereri during swarming"

M06_m_P_sacc.set

Heidlmayr, Karin (Laboratory Vision Action Cognition – EA 7326, Institute Of Psychology, Paris Descartes – Sorbonne Paris Cité University, Paris, France; Laboratory MoDyCo – UMR 7114, CNRS, Paris Lumières – Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense University, Paris, France); Doré-Mazars, Karine (Laboratory Vision Action Cognition – EA 7326, Institute Of Psychology, Paris Descartes – Sorbonne Paris Cité University, Paris, France); Aparicio, Xavier (Laboratory CHArt – EA 4004, Paris Est Créteil University, Paris, France); Isel, Frédéric (Laboratory MoDyCo – UMR 7114, CNRS, Paris Lumières – Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense University, Paris, France)

Data Sharing Statements on Clinical Trials.gov

Emily Statham
ClinicalTrials registration data for 2,040 interventional studies with a location in the United States first posted to ClinicalTrials.gov from 01 January 2018 to 06 June 2018.

Do revolving funds generate self-employment and increase incomes for the poor? Experimental evidence from Uganda’s Youth Livelihood Programme

Badru Bukenya, Saint Kizito Omala, Roger Kasirye & Jeanne Miranda
Dofiles, ready-for-analysis data used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "Do revolving funds generate self-employment and increase incomes for the poor? Experimental evidence from Uganda's youth livelihood programme" (project code UPW.03.IE.UYDL). This project was funded as part of the Uganda Policy Window round.

Impact evaluation of youth-friendly family planning services in Uganda

Narathius Asingwire, Denis Muhangi, Swizen Kyomuhendo & Jessica Leight
SPSS syntax files, ready-for-analysis data, Stata do files and transcripts from interviews and FGDs used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "Impact evaluation of youth-friendly family planning services in Uganda" (UPW06.IE.SEDC). This project was funded as part of the Uganda Policy Window round.

Impact of the school facilities grant on access and learning achievements in the primary education sector in Uganda

James Wokadala, Keiichi Ogawa, Uttam Sharma, Omala Kizito, Xavier Mugisha, Noel Komunda & Silver Ssewanyana
Dofiles, ready-for-analysis data used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "Impact of the school facilities grant on access and learning achievements in the primary education sector in Uganda" (project code UPW.01.IE-MA). This project was funded as part of the Uganda Policy Window round.

Impacts of IRC’s Fifth Child community engagement strategy to increase immunisation in northern Uganda

Jane Webster, Justine Landegger, Jane Bruce, Dickson Malunda, Tracey Chantler, Edward Kumakech, Laura Schmucker, Lilian Kiapi, Naoko Kozuki, Comfort Olorunsaiye & Erin Byrne
Dofiles, ready-for-analysis data used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "Impacts of IRC’s Fifth Child community engagement strategy to increase immunisation in northern Uganda" (project code TW10.1018). This project was funded as part of the Innovations in Increasing Immunisation Thematic Window round.

An impact assessment of stakeholder engagement interventions in Ugandan oil extractives

Eric Coleman, Jacob Manyido, Rani Parker & Bill Schultz
Dofiles, ready-for-analysis data used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "An impact assessment of stakeholder engagement interventions in Ugandan oil extractives" (project code TW8R2.1015). This project was funded as part of the Transparency and Accountability Thematic Window round.

Impact of voice reminders to reinforce harvest aggregation services training for farmers in Mali

Robert D. Osei, Fred M. Dzanku, Isaac Osei-Akoto, Felix Asante, Louis S. Hodey, Pokuaa N. Adu, Kwabena Adu-Ababio & Massa Coulibaly
Dofiles, ready-for-analysis data used in the analysis published in the Final Report to 3ie on the project, "Impact of voice reminders to reinforce harvest aggregation services training for farmers in Mali" (project code TW4.1016). This project was funded as part of the Agricultural Innovation Thematic Window round.

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