Description of methods for the Zambia modelled population estimates from multiple routinely collected and geolocated survey data, version 1.0Claire Dooley, Heather Chamberlain, Douglas Leasure, Garikai Membele, Attila Lazar & Andrew Tatem
This report describes the method developed to produce the modelled gridded population estimates for Zambia v1.0
The data included within this dataset support the thesis titled 'The role of subject matter knowledge in teaching A level chemistry'. The data included are organised into files based on the chapter that they appear in. These include the qualitative and quantitative data from the focus group phase of the project, pseudonymised transcripts from the interview phase of the project, and the qualitative and quantitative data from the survey phase of the project.
Supporting information related to the paper "Nanoparticle induced property changes in nematic liquid crystals", Nanomaterials (2022), 12, 341. (DOI: 10.3390/nano12030341) The dataset contain a .pdf named "Supporting information" that display Figure S.1 and Figure S.2, and a .txt named "readme" that explain how the dataset is organised and provide information related to the publication. For any futher information, please contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dataset: Short Communication: A simple and accurate method of measuring the Zeta-Potential of microfluidic channelsRaul Fernandez-Mateo, Hywel Morgan, Victor Calero, Pablo Garcia-Sanchez & Antonio Ramos
This dataset supports the publication in Electrophoresis entitled 'Short Communication: A simple and accurate method of measuring the Zeta-Potential of microfluidic channels'. This is the original dataset used to create Figures 2B, 2C and Figure 3. It also contains the uncertainty estimations of the measured zeta potential displayed in Figure 3 computed from the original dataset for each of the conductivity solutions used in the work: 1.5 mS/m, 5.2 mS/m and 11.4 mS/m.
Dataset for:Lawson, J., & Ganapathisubramani, B. (2021). Mass transfer from small spheroids suspended in a turbulent fluid. Journal of Fluid Mechanics, 929, A19. doi:10.1017/jfm.2021.867
This dataset file includes the data underpinning the work conducted for the second results chapter of the thesis (Chapter 4). This includes data pertaining to monitoring the lipid crystallisation kinetics, the physicochemical properties and acoustic emission measurements in the presence of high-intensity ultrasound treatments within an all-purpose shortening sample.
Precision teaching is an evidence-based intervention designed to support learners to reach fluency in a target skill. While precision teaching has been shown to be effective in supporting the development of a range of core academic skills there is evidence to suggest that it is often delivered without intervention fidelity. The current mixed methods study collected both quantitative data, from questionnaires related to the fidelity of intervention delivery, and qualitative data, from participants' responses in...
This is the data from all of the user studies conducted as part of my PhD projectIt comprises of the following categories of the following files:ELN Market Study - ELNMarketStudy.xlsx - full details of all ELNs detailed in the market researchChemists Software Survey - ChemistsSoftwareSurvey-FullSurvey.pdf - full copy of the survey - ChemistsSoftwareSurvey-SoftwareTools.xlsx - list of tools used in survey - ChemistsSoftwareSurvey-Results - anonymised results of the surveyFocus Groups - FocusGroupTranscriptsAnonymised.pdf - anonymised focus group...
Dataset for \"Long range Raman-amplified distributed acoustic sensor based on spontaneous Brillouin scattering for large strain sensing\"Shahab Bakhtiari Gorajoobi, Ali Masoudi & Gilberto Brambilla
This dataset supports the publication: Bakhtiari Gorajoobi, Shahab et al (2022) , "Long range Raman-amplified distributed acoustic sensor based on spontaneous Brillouin scattering for large strain sensing", Senors Vol22(5). Data of all figures are given in excel files, and labeled according to the content of the article. Please refer to the README.txt file for detailed description of the dataset.
HoneyPot Data for PhD Thesis - A Multi-Level Governance Framework for Increasing Awareness and Reducing Cyber Misuse in Next Generation Cross Border Voice Communication Networks & IoTNathaniel, Robert David McInnes & Gary Wills
Dataset to support University of Southampton Doctoral Thesis " Multi-Level Governance Framework for Increasing Awareness and Reducing Cyber Misuse in Next Generation Cross Border Voice Communication Networks & IoT. Data is csv files. There are two datasets, one is restricted to researchers, please use this link to request the data. https://library.soton.ac.uk/datarequest
Dataset for Southampton Doctoral Thesis entitled 'Control of 3D Sound Scattering based on Decomposition into Spherical Harmonic Components'Mihai Orita
This dataset is associated with the Southampton University Doctoral Thesis 'Control of 3D Sound Scattering based on Decomposition into Spherical Harmonic Components', authored by Mihai Orita. This contains the programming code used for this thesis, in the form of 27 files, format ".m", written in MATLAB, version R2019a.
Dataset for the Southampton doctoral thesis 'Factors influencing midwives' views and decisions about outpatient induction of labour'Lisa Smith
Indications for induction of labour between July 2015 and June 2018 are included in the data file IOL_indications.csv. Characteristics of those eligible for OPIOL are provided in the file eligible_for_OPIOL.csv. Clinical outcomes of women who commenced the OPIOL pathway are provided in offered_and_accepted_OPIOL.csv. Six interview transcripts are also included, transcribed from audio recordings into Microsoft Word. Participant information and consent forms have also been included.
Data that supports the PhD thesis, which is titled "Spatial variability and distribution of benthic microbial diversity in the Atlantic and Pacific". This dataset comprises of 16S amplicon sequences from the microbial communities associated with abyssal sediment, water, holothurian guts and polymetallic nodule samples, as well as CO1 amplicon sequences from holothurian host tissue. Please see the readme.txt file for more detailed information on how the data was processed.
Dataset to support the Southampton Doctoral thesis entitled 'The study and development of accelerated sampling algorithms for classical biomolecular dynamics'Khaled Abdel Maksoud
This dataset supports the results chapters (Chapters 5 and 6) of the aformentioned thesis. The dataset entry is comprised of a set of compressed tarballs (.tar.gz) format containing datafiles, pickled data dictionaries and NumPy array files that can be used to reproduce the analysis and plots presented in these chapters. In order to extract these files, the following command can be executed in any bash/sh terminal:- tar -xvzf <name of tarball file> .
Dataset to support the journal article 'Experimental demonstration of single-span 100-km O-band 4×50-Gb/s CWDM direct-detection transmission'Yang Hong, Natsupa Taengnoi, Kyle Bottrill, Naresh kumar K Thipparapu, Yu Wang, Jayanta Sahu, David Richardson & Periklis Petropoulos
This dataset contains data supporting the figures presented in the article. Fig. 2. Achievable reach versus bandwidth of electrical signal at the wavelengths of 1330.6 nm, 1343.1 nm, 1351.1 nm, and 1360.0 nm. Fig. 3. Simulation results of BER versus SNR after 50-Gb/s transmission in 100-km length of SMF: (a) Nyquist OOK and (b) KK-QPSK. Fig. 4. Simulation results of BER versus the amount of CD for 50-Gb/s transmission at 1360.0 nm using: (a) Nyquist...
Dataset for \"Inverse Design of Structural Color: Finding Multiple Solutions via Conditional Generative Adversarial Networks\"Peng Dai, Kai Sun, Xingzhao Yan, Otto Muskens, Kees De Groot, Xupeng Zhu, Yueqiang Hu, Huigao Duan & Ruomeng Huang
The Dataset to support article "Inverse Design of Structural Color: Finding Multiple Solutions via Conditional Generative Adversarial Networks" Published in Nanophotonics (2022)
Dataset for hundred-meter-scale, kilowatt peak-power, near-diffraction-limited, mid-infrared pulse delivery via low-loss hollow-core fiberQiang Fu, Yudi Wu, Ian Davidson, Lin Xu, Gregory Jasion, Sijing Liang, Shuichiro Rikimi, Francesco Poletti, Natalie Wheeler & David Richardson
This dataset supports the publication: Qiang Fu et al (2022) Hundred meter-scale, kilowatt peak-power, near-diffraction-limited, mid-infrared pulse delivery via low-loss hollow-core fiber. Optics Letters. Link: https://doi.org/10.1364/OL.473230
This dataset supports the manuscript: Filipczuk, Dorota et al. "Automated privacy negotiations with preference uncertainty" in the journal of Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems (JAAMAS). This dataset contains all the experimental data used to generate the figures included in the main text and electronic supplementary material of the manuscript. Specifically: - "raw_data" folder contains all the raw data obtained and which were used to produce the Figures presented in the main text, - "scenarios.csv" file...
Dataset to support the journal article: VO2 Metasurface Smart Thermal Emitter with High Visual Transparency for Passive Radiative Cooling Regulation in Space and Terrestrial ApplicationsKai Sun, Wei Xiao, Callum Wheeler, Mirko Simeoni, Alessandro Urbani, Matteo Gaspari, Sandro Mengali, Kees De Groot & Otto Muskens
Simulation results and optical spectra of devices, the dataset consists of a single excel file with spreadsheet for each subfigure/figure presented in the paper
Dataset in support of the Southampton Doctoral thesis entitled ' Analysis of the function of Akt in CD8+ T cells using single-cell RNA sequencing'Gabriela Virdzekova & Aymen Al-Shamkhani
Dataset for doctoral thesis of Gabriela Virdzekova - Analysis of the function of Akt in CD8+ T cells using single-cell RNA sequencing. The data has a 3 year embargo until 31/08/25 after that date you can request access via https://library.soton.ac.uk/datarequest
Dataset supporting the PhD thesis \"Statistical funnel-based approach to assess spatial contributions to uncertainty in organic carbon flux attenuation\" by Benoit Espinola. Output of the Montecarlo simulationBenoit Henri Guillaume Espinola
This Dataset supporting the PhD thesis "Statistical funnel-based approach to assess spatial contributions to uncertainty in organic carbon flux attenuation" by Benoit Espinola. This is the output data from the Montecarlo particle backtracking for COMICS I, deployment 6. The method for obtaining the data is described in the methods section of my thesis.
Dataset to support the Southampton Doctoral Thesis 'Exploring the Experiences of Family Members who have supported an Individual with Learning Disabilities and/or Autism Repatriate back to GuernseyRebecca Jane Wallace
The dataset includes the 5 interview transcripts obtained from participants who participated in the research. Interviews explored the experiences participants had when supporting their relative with a learning disability and/or autism repatriate back to Guernsey following an off-island specialist residential or hospital placement.
Dataset for: Investigation of Factors Affecting the Stability of Compounds formed by Isovalent Substitution in Layered Oxychalcogenides, Leading to Identification of Ba3Sc2O5Cu2Se2, Ba3Y2O5Cu2S2, Ba3Sc2O5Ag2Se2 and Ba3In2O5Ag2Se2Geoffrey Hyett
Data to support publication in Journal of Materials Chemistry C. "Investigation of Factors Affecting the Stability of Compounds formed by Isovalent Substitution in Layered Oxychalcogenides, Leading to Identification of Ba3Sc2O5Cu2Se2, Ba3Y2O5Cu2S2, Ba3Sc2O5Ag2Se2 and Ba3In2O5Ag2Se2" DOI 10.1039/D0TA06629J
Dataset: Otolith-derived field metabolic rates (C_resp values), experience temperatures and stable isotopes (δ13C and δ18O)Sarah Alewijnse
This dataset supports the Southampton Doctoral thesis entitled Macroecological study of otolith-derived field metabolic rates of marine fishes by Sarah R. Alewijnse Otolith-derived field metabolic rates, reported as C_resp values; the proportion of metabolic carbon in a fishes blood (see Chung et al. 2019 Mar. Freshw. Res.), and otolith-derived experienced temperatures in degrees Celcius. Also included are the δ13C and δ18O used to derive C_resp values and experienced temperature.
Dataset supporting the publication \"Mean flow of turbulent boundary layers over porous substrates\"Luis Blay Esteban, Eduardo Rodriguez-Lopez, Manuel Amaro Matoso Aguiar Ferreira & Bharathram Ganapathisubramani
This dataset supports the following publication: L. B. Esteban, E. Rodriguez-Lopez, M. A. Ferreira and B. Ganapathisubramani, "Mean flow of turbulent boundary layers over porous substrates", Phys. Rev. Fluids, 2022 DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevFluids.00.004600 This dataset contains .mat files which has all the mean velocity profiles as well as the information on other scaling quantities such as skin-friction velocity, boundary layer thickness, kinematic viscosity and free stream velocity to obtain the different plots presented in the paper....
University of Southampton552
West China Second University Hospital of Sichuan University48
Huazhong University of Science and Technology48
Second Hospital of Tianjin Medical University48
South China Agricultural University48
Jiangsu Province Hospital46
Air Force Medical University32
Guangzhou Medical University32