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Data from: Predictions of single-nucleotide polymorphism differentiation between two populations in terms of mutual information

Roderick C Dewar, William B Sherwin, Emma Thomas, Clare E Holleley & Richard A Nichols
Mutual information (I) provides a robust measure of genetic differentiation for the purposes of estimating dispersal between populations. At present, however, there is little predictive theory for I. The growing importance in population biology of analyses of single-nucleotide and other single feature polymorphisms (SFPs) is a potent reason for developing an analytic theory for I with respect to a single locus. This study represents a first step towards such a theory. We present theoretical predictions...

Data from: Covariation in life-history traits: differential effects of diet on condition, hormones, behavior and reproduction in genetic finch morphs

Sarah R. Pryke, Lee B. Astheimer, Simon C. Griffith & William A. Buttemer
The relative contribution of genetic and environmental factors in determining variation in life-history traits is of central interest to evolutionary biologists, but the physiological mechanisms underlying these traits are still poorly understood. Here we experimentally demonstrate opposing effects of nutritional stress on immune function, endocrine physiology, parental care and reproduction between red and black head-color morphs of the Gouldian finch (Erythrura gouldiae). Although body condition of black morphs was largely unaffected by diet manipulation, red...

Data from: A highly social, land-dwelling fish defends territories in a constantly fluctuating environment

Terry J. Ord & Shi-Tong Tonia Hsieh
The Pacific leaping blenny (Alticus arnoldorum) is a marine fish that has made a highly successful transition to land. We report an extensive field study on the behavior of this remarkable fish and how it has coped with life on land. The fish occurs in great abundance above the waterline along the rocky coastlines of Micronesia. We found them to be terrestrial in all aspects of their adult daily life, but heavily constrained by large...

Data from: Factors leading to the evolution and maintenance of a male ornament in territorial species

Grace K. Charles & Terry J. Ord
Male ornamentation is assumed to have evolved primarily from selection by female mate choice. Yet this is only one possible reason for ornament evolution. Ornaments might also be useful in aggressive competition by improving opponent assessment between males, or they might function to enhance signal detection by making males more conspicuous in the environment. We tested both these ideas in territorial Anolis lizards in which female choice is either absent or secondary to males competing...

Data from: Receiver perception predicts species divergence in long-range communication

Terry J. Ord
The design of animal signals is believed to reflect the combined effect of the sensory system of receivers, the type of environment in which communication is being conducted, and the distance signals must travel in that environment. While empirical studies have examined how each of these factors might separately explain the structure of signals used by animals within species, comparative evidence supporting the predicted interaction of the sensory system, environment and transmission range in the...

Data from: The use of MSR (Minimum Sample Richness) for sample assemblage comparisons

Kenny J. Travouillon, Gilles Escarguel, Serge Legendre, Michael Archer & Suzanne J. Hand
Minimum Sample Richness (MSR) is defined as the smallest number of taxa that must be recorded in a sample to achieve a given level of inter-assemblage classification accuracy. MSR is calculated from known or estimated richness and taxonomic similarity. Here we test MSR for strengths and weaknesses by using 167 published mammalian local faunas from the Paleogene and early Neogene of the Query and Liane area (Massif Central, southwestern France), and then apply MSR to...

Supplementary Table 11: Regional zOTU table (data as relative abundances)

Charlie Melissa Phelps, Kathryn McMahon, Andrew Bissett, Rachele Bernasconi, Peter Steinberg, Torsten Thomas, Ezequiel Marzinelli & Megan Huggett
This research focuses on the spatial and temporal variations in the whole and core microbial communities on the ecologically important, temperate kelp E. radiata. Including the relationship with environmental drivers and the whole microbial community. Our research sampled microbial communities over a 17-month period, from six different sites in two distinct geographic regions (East and West coasts of Australia). This zOTU table is the relative abundances for the whole regional (combined WA and NSW) dataset.

Grayscale REV Analysis

Ankita Singh, Peyman Mostaghimi, Klaus Regenauer-lieb, Ryan Armstrong & Stuart Walsh
The data provided here is used to investigate the representative elementary volume (REV) size directly from grayscale micro-CT images of porous media of sandstone and carbonate. Three datasets are provided per sample: 16-bit grayscale image, 8-bit grayscale image, and segmented image. The re-quantization of a 16-bit grayscale image to 8-bit is carried out using ImageJ. The choice of intensities used carrying out this operation is provided in the supplementary information of the related publication. This...

Micro-CT scans of Mt. Simon sandstone at residual conditions used for contact angle measurements and analyzing the influence of clay regions

Laura Dalton, Dustin Crandall, James McClure, Min Fang & Ryan Armstrong
Micro-computed tomography tiff stacks of a Mt. Simon core at residual conditions. The core is from a depth of 6,926 ft, the sub-sample tested is 0.25 inch diameter by 1 inch length. This data was used to complete contact angle measurements and analyze the influence of clay-rich regions in the pore space on residual trapping efficiency.

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Adelaide 2009

John de Wit & Garrett Prestage
The seventh Adelaide Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited through a range of gay community sites in Adelaide. Data were collected on sexual, drug use and testing practices related to the transmission of HIV and other sexually transmissible infections (STIs). Method of Data Collection: Self-completion. Time Dimensions: Repeated cross-sectional study. Sample Population: 970 gay and homosexually-active men from Adelaide. Kind of Data: Survey. Sampling Procedures: Respondents...

Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey Data

Martin Holt
The Perth Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited through a range of gay community sites in Perth. Data were collected on types of sexual relationships and number of partners, anal and oral intercourse, unprotected anal intercourse, testing for HIV and other STIs, HIV serostatus, recreational drug use, as well as demographic characteristics such as sexual identity and age. Sample Population: gay and homosexually-active men from Perth....

Gay Community Periodic Survey: Adelaide 1999

Paul Van de Ven & Garrett Prestage
The second Adelaide Gay Community Periodic Survey is a cross-sectional survey of gay and homosexually active men recruited through a range of gay community sites in Adelaide. Data were collected on anal intercourse and oral sex, the use of condoms, the nature of sexual relationships, HIV testing practice and serostatus, aspects of social attachment to gay community, recreational drug use, and a range of demographic items including sexual identity, age, education, occupation and ethnicity. Method...

North Atlantic conditions during MIS2

Laurie Menviel
Climatic conditions during MIS2 as simulated in a transient experiment performed with LOVECLIM (Goosse et al., 2010). The results presented here are published in Rutledal et al., 2022 and show surface climatic conditions during MIS2, particularly at 26.7 ka with a relatively weak but active AMOC (13.7 Sv).

Computed tomography coronary angiogram images, lumen annotations and associated data of healthy coronary arteries

Ramtin Gharleghi, Dona Adikari, Katy Ellenberger, Qie Shang Pua, Chi Shen, Mark Webster, Chris Ellis, Arcot Sowmya & Sze-Yuan Ooi
This dataset contains Computed Tomography Coronary Angiography images of 20 patients with no coronary disease, as well as expert segmentations of the coronary lumen, centrelines of the coronary vessels and associated shape information. https://zenodo.org/record/4530387

Electrophysiology dataset describing function of hERG potassium channels expressed in HEK cells

Chai Ann Ng, Jessica Farr, Paul Young, Monique Windley, Matthew Perry, Adam Hill & Jamie Vandenberg
High-throughput patch clamp electrophysiology dataset acquired on Nanion syncropatch 384PE platform describing voltage dependent gating of hERG potassium channels expressed in HEK cells. Specific voltage protocols: 1) Steady state activation 2) Steady state deactivation 3) Onset of inactivation This example dataset accompanies the methods paper: Heterozygous KCNH2 variant phenotyping using Flp-In HEK293 and high-throughput automated patch clamp electrophysiology by Chai-Ann Ng, Jessica Farr, Paul Young, Monique J. Windley, Matthew D. Perry, Adam P Hill, View...

MRI collection of Functional Conductivity Imaging

Jun Cao
Using magnetic resonance electrical properties tomography to detect conductivity changes in functional activities

Evidence-based Processes and Outcomes of Care (EPOC): Improving services and outcomes for joint replacement patients

Helen Badge, Timothy Churches, Wei Xuan & Elizabeth Armstrong
The data includes 1013 variables: participant demographic information, comorbid health conditions, acute care and surgical data (total primary joint replacement), patient-reported outcomes measures (Oxford Hip or Knee Score and EQ-5D) at baseline, 35, 90 and 365 days post-surgery, patient-reported satisfaction and perception of success of surgery, details of VTE and antimicrobial prophylaxis, rehabilitation and health service utilisation and any money spent in recovery. ANy identifying information (names, dates and sites have been removed).

Data for the paper entitled 'Resonant Monochromatic Electron Emission through Monolayer Quantum Dots '

Yuanxun Liao
190K I-V curves are the main experimental results. temp I-V curves are the results for temperature-dependent measurements. side-mode I-ï¼ curves are used for side-mode discussion.

The true cost of hidden waiting times for cataract surgery in Australia

Jessie Huang-Lung & Blake Angell
Supplementary Material

Experimental data compiled from HPLC

Han Xu & Jayashree Arcot
The peak area of standards and samples were inputted into the spreadsheet, calculated and interpreted.

Non-Gaussian + teleportation

Robert Malaney
Resulting fidelities of quantum teleportation using non-Gaussian operations

FTIR spectra of 2,3-dihydroquinolin-4-one Analogues

Danmar Gloria
2,3-dihydroquinolin-4-one Analogues were characterised using FTIR spectroscopy- The FTIR spectra were acquired using a Perkin Elmer FTIR instrument equipped with a Universal-ATR accessory where sample are pressed on a diamond crystal. Measurement parameters are contained within the data.

2000 Male Out Survey Data

Susan Kippax
A large sample of homosexually active men was recruited through the mail-out, self complete questionnaire procedure. The participants represent a broad cross-section of the homosexually active population of Australia, both gay community attached and non gay community attached men. The resultant data based on this diverse sample of homosexually active men drawn from every corner of Australia complement those findings from periodic surveys conducted in principal gay communities. Data was collected on demographic variables, sexual...

Neurobehavioural Genetics Unit (NGU) Genotype Data - Measured

Brian Kelly
The purpose of the NGU is to conduct molecular genetic analyses and related studies on the blood samples derived from the Australian Schizophrenia Research Bank (ASRB). Individual scientists and research groups may apply to ASRB for access to biological samples to conduct their own genetic analyses. Alternatively, data resulting from the genetic analyses already conducted by NGU may be made available to scientists and research groups willing to enter into a scientific collaboration with the...

Porous Media Reactor Temperature Data

Jake Southcott
Temperature recordings collected from the porous media reactor using S-type and K-type thermocouples and the SignalExpress Software

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