Research data supporting \"Operando visualisation of battery chemistry and dendrite formation in a sodium ion battery by 23Na MRI\"Melanie Britton, Claire Doswell, Josh Bray, Galina Pavlovskaya, Emma Kendrick, Brij Kishore, Lin Chen, Maria-Magdalene Titirici, Heather Au, Hande Alptekin & Thomas Meersmann
Data for the figures in the manuscript and supplementary information.
Keeping it simple: Implementation and performance of the proto-principle of adaptation and learning in the language sciencesPetar Milin, Harish Tayyar Madabushi, Michael Croucher & Dagmar Divjak
In this paper we present the Widrow-Hoff rule and its applications to language data. After contextualizing the rule historically and placing it in the chain of neurally inspired artificial learning models, we explain its rationale and implementational considerations. Using a number of case studies we illustrate how the Widrow-Hoff rule offers unexpected opportunities for the computational simulation of a range of language phenomena that make it possible to approach old problems from a novel perspective.
Summary datasets of particle number, composition and source attribution from London, Beijing and Delhi
Inductive heating assisted‑catalytic dehydrogenation of tetralin as a hydrogen source for downhole catalytic upgrading of heavy oilHart Abarasi, Mohamed Adam, John Robinson, Sean Rigby & Joseph Wood
Dataset for publication with induction heating data, conversion and selectivity for the dehydrogenation of tetralin in a catalytic bed reactor
This release represents all code and data supporting a paper submitted to Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular and Optical Physics.
Automatic scraping and parsing of ICS-CERT advisories, extraction of data values and cross-referencing NIST NVD CVEs and MITRE CWEs.
The neotype skull of the Indian phytosaur Parasuchus hislopi Lydekker, 1885 (ISI R42) is re-evaluated and compared with the type material of other basal phytosaurs. Parasuchus hislopi is extremely similar to species previously placed in Paleorhinus (P. bransoni and P. angustifrons), sharing with them such characters as a series of nodes on the lateral surface of the jugal, paired ridges on the squamosal and a frontal depression. Parasuchus hislopi represents a valid species: it can...
Data from: Description and preliminary results from a structured specialist behavioural weight management group intervention: Specialist Lifestyle Management (SLiM) ProgrammeAdrian Brown, Amy Gouldstone, Emily Fox, Annmarie Field, Wendy Todd, Jayadave Shakher, Srikanth Bellary, Ming Ming Teh, Muhammad Azam, Reggie John, Alison Jagielski, Teresa Arora, G. Neil Thomas & Shahrad Taheri
Background: Specialist Lifestyle Management (SLiM) is a structured patient education and self-management group weight management programme. Each session is run monthly over a 6-month period providing a less intensive long-term approach. The groups are patient-centred incorporating educational, motivational, behavioural and cognitive elements. The theoretical background, programme structure and preliminary results of SLiM are presented. Subjects/methods: The study was a pragmatic service evaluation of obese patients with a body mass index (BMI) ≥35 kg/m2 with comorbidity...
Data from: Temporal genetic stability in natural populations of the waterflea Daphnia magna in response to strong selection pressureLuisa Orsini, Hollie Marshall, Maria Cuenca Cambronero, Anurag Chaturvedi, Kelley W. Thomas, Michael E. Pfrender, Katina I. Spanier & Luc De Meester
Studies monitoring changes in genetic diversity and composition through time allow a unique understanding of evolutionary dynamics and persistence of natural populations. However, such studies are often limited to species with short generation times that can be propagated in the laboratory or few exceptional cases in the wild. Species that produce dormant stages provide powerful models for the reconstruction of evolutionary dynamics in the natural environment. A remaining open question is to what extent dormant...