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Project DeStress Raw Case Study data used in IJERPH 2019 paper (Exploring the relationship between quiet areas and perceived restorative benefits)

Sarah R. Payne
Raw questionnaire data from participants of case studies entered into IBM SPSS Version 24. Contains basic participant demographics, their reasons, benefits, feelings and perceived restoration from having visited the case study sites. Perceived sounds and place characteristics are also recorded. Data will be available after the end of the project. Extracted and averaged acoustic measurement data from the three case study sites.

“No hidden variables!”: From Neumann’s to Kochen and Specker’s theorem in quantum mechanics

The talk addresses a philosophical comparison and thus interpretation of both theorems having one and the same subject: The absence of the “other half” of variables, called hidden” for that, to the analogical set of variables in classical mechanics: These theorems are: John’s von Neumann’s (1932) Simon Kochen and Ernst Specker’s (1968)

Editorial Comment: Keeneland Conference Plenary Sessions

Glen Mays

The almost impossible worlds in quantum information and their influence on reality

A state or world with converging to zero, but nonzero probability, can be designated as an almost impossible one unlike those with exactly zero probability, which are quite impossible Thus a coherent superposition of those almost impossible states or an ensemble of those almost impossible worlds can have some nonzero probability

Biozone Lab Meeting

Peter Stogios
Lab Meeting I presented at a lab meeting in Biozone (University of Toronto) on Nov. 10, 2014.

A visibilidade no Google Scholar dos repositórios institucionais de acesso aberto brasileiros e portugueses

Michelli Costa
Considerando o contexto de discussão atual sobre a visibilidade dos repositórios na Internet, em especial no motor de busca Google Scholar, este estudo buscou responder a seguinte questão: Qual a taxa de visibilidade no Google Scholar dos repositórios brasileiros e portugueses?

Recurrent Nova Candidates: A Masquerade

Ashley Pagnotta & Bradley E. Schaefer
A short talk/discussion starter that I gave at The Physics of Cataclysmic
and Compact Binaries Workshop, October - November 2014, Columbia University
(Figshare only previews the first few slides. Download the PDF to see all of them!)

Druggable glycolytic requirement for Hedgehog-dependent neuronal and medulloblastoma growth

Laura Di Magno, Daniela Manzi, Davide D’Amico, Sonia Coni, Alberto Macone, Paola Infante, Lucia Di Marcotullio, Enrico De Smaele, Elisabetta Ferretti, Isabella Screpanti, Enzo Agostinelli, Alberto Gulino & Gianluca Canettieri
Aberrant activation of SHH pathway is a major cause of medulloblastoma (MB), the most frequent brain malignancy of the childhood. A few Hedgehog inhibitors, all antagonizing the membrane transducer Smo, have been approved or are under clinical trials for the treatment of human MB. However, the efficacy of these drugs is limited by the occurrence of novel mutations or by activation of downstream or non-canonical Hedgehog components. Thus, the identification of novel druggable downstream pathways...

Conceptualising PLT Practice as a Community of Learning through Practice Research

Kristoffer Greaves
My research focuses on Australian PLT practitioners’ engagement with scholarship of teaching and learning (“SoTL”) in institutional practical legal training (“PLT”). I adopt “practice research” to critically study individual and extra-individual accounts of SoTL in PLT.[1] Individual accounts were drawn from semi-structured interviews with thirty-six PLT practitioners. Extra-individual accounts were drawn from statutory instruments, policy documents, speeches, legal education histories, official legal education reports, and peer-reviewed literature. I used qualitative methods to analyse these accounts,...

Merging and sharing Metabolomics analysis tools in Galaxy

Rob Davidson
Presentation to the Merlion Metabolomics Meeting 2014 in Singapore, regarding the implementation of the Birmingham (UK) Metabolomics Workflow in Galaxy. The pipeline combines tools written in Matlab, Python and R; making use of Galaxy's simple user interface to facilitate analysis by non programmers.

Merging and sharing Metabolomics analysis tools in Galaxy

Rob Davidson
Presentation to the Merlion Metabolomics Meeting 2014 in Singapore, regarding the implementation of the Birmingham (UK) Metabolomics Workflow in Galaxy. The pipeline combines tools written in Matlab, Python and R; making use of Galaxy's simple user interface to facilitate analysis by non programmers.

When Green Goes Bad: A Computational Ecology Approach to a better Understanding of Cyanobacteria, Nutrients,and Lakes

Jeffrey Hollister, Betty J Kreakie, Farnaz Nojavan & William B Milstead
Slides from a recent US EPA Office of Water, Oceans, and Wetlands webinar.

Preview: Open edX extension to use digital badges in a MOOC

Lorena A. Barba & Michael Amigot
This set of slides was prepared to be viewed / read as a document, not to complement an oral presentation. It presents a sneak preview of the new Open edX extension component (XBlock), currently under development, to award digital badges for completed modules within a MOOC in the Open edX platform. The new XBlock is being developed by IBL Studios Education based on conceptual design by Lorena Barba and iterative refinement in collaboration. (c)2014 Lorena...

Stories of Change: An experiment at the intersection of policy, research, the arts and community

The stories of change project aims to help to revive stalled public and political conversations about energy by looking in a fresh way at its past, present and future. The project stems fomr the cross-party commitments to decarbonisation that sit at the heart of the UK Government's Climate Change Act. It draws on history, literature, social and policy research and the arts to encourage a more imaginative approach to current and future energy choices.

Data storage & retention - presentation. RDM Support basic training course for information specialists session 3

Mariette Van Selm
Presentation for session 3 of RDM Support. RDM Support is a basic training course in research data management (support) for information specialists. The training course was developed by Mariëtte van Selm for the information specialists of the Library of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), within the framework of the RDM Support project (2013-2015). The training course was held from January to April 2014.

Data organisation & description - presentation. RDM Support basic training course for information specialists session 4

Mariette Van Selm
Presentation for session 4 of RDM Support. RDM Support is a basic training course in research data management (support) for information specialists. The training course was developed by Mariëtte van Selm for the information specialists of the Library of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), within the framework of the RDM Support project (2013-2015). The training course was held from January to April 2014.

Data sharing & reuse - presentation. RDM Support basic training course for information specialists session 6

Mariette Van Selm
Presentation for session 6 of RDM Support. RDM Support is a basic training course in research data management (support) for information specialists. The training course was developed by Mariëtte van Selm for the information specialists of the Library of the University of Amsterdam (UvA), within the framework of the RDM Support project (2013-2015). The training course was held from January to April 2014.

Britbats talk 22-03-2013: A random encoutner model for estimating bat abundances

Tim Lucas
My slides for a 15 minute talk at Britbats 2013. I present a random encounter model or gas model for estimating population abundances or densities from acoustic count data.

Delivering Curated Chemistry to the World via Crowdsourced Deposition and Annotation on ChemSpider

Antony Williams
RSC|ChemSpider is one of the world’s largest online resources for chemistry related data and services. Developed with the intention of delivering access to structure-based chemistry data via the internet the ChemSpider platform hosts over 26 million unique chemical compounds aggregated from over 400 data sources and provides an environment for the community to both annotate and curate these existing data as well as deposit new data to the system. The search system delivers flexible querying...

Integral Images Reloaded

Gabriele Facciolo
presented at the GTTI (ENS Cachan) workgroup meeting, 2013-03-22, Cachan, FR The integral image representation is a remarkable idea that permits to evaluate the sum of image values over rectangular regions of the image with four operations, regardless of the size of the region. It was first proposed in the computer graphics community by Crow'84, in order to efficiently filter texture maps.

How to make filet dissections of Drosophila larvae - a training movie

Man Fly
This resource was generated at the Manchester Fly Facility. This facility supports Drosophila research through infrastructure & services, advice, training, and opportunities for collaboration. To learn more about us, see the link below.

Why open source drug discovery needs a champion

Sean Ekins
Some ideas for a new platform to help rare and neglected disease researchers, patients, advocates and beyond

Deep Accessibility Adapting Interfaces to Suit Our Senses

Simon Harper &
Disabled people typically use methods of ‘sensory translation’ to access a Web-page via assistive technology. These technologies conventionally render screen content under the direction of the user into a form that can be perceived by that user – in effect the interface and content are adapted to suit their sensory requirements – but simple sensory translation is not enough. Why is this – and how can things be better?

Toward Effective and Efficient School Districts: Facility Finance, Resource Management and Data Driven Decision Making

Alex Bowers
Toward Effective and Efficient School Districts: Facility Finance, Resource Management and Data Driven Decision Making Alex J. Bowers Ph.D. Associate Professor of Education Leadership, Teachers College, Columbia University http://www.tc.columbia.edu/academics/?facid=ab3764 Abstract: District Effectiveness Research (DER) has recently emerged as a research domain that examines the practices, leadership roles and organizational structures of school districts that find success with the majority of their students. However, little work has been done to date that examines how district and...

Challenging, cajoling and rewarding the community for their contributions to online chemistry

Antony Williams, Valery Tkachenko, Alexey Pshenichnov, Will Russell, Jack Rumble & David Leeming
Chemistry online is represented in various ways including publications, presentations, blog posts, wiki-contributions, data depositions, curations and annotations. Encouraging participation from the community to participate in and comment on the information delivered via these various formats would likely provide for a rich dialog exchange in some cases and improved data quality in others. At the Royal Society of Chemistry we have a number of platforms that are amenable to contribution. This presentation will provide an...

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