22 Works

Frequency of topics in research data management training and their association with research lifecycle stages

Amy L. Nurnberger
This is the result of a survey of online curricula or training programs for research data management or curation, conducted by Amy Nurnberger in July 2013. The programs were examined for specific modules, topics, and learning objectives, each of which were documented. The topics and learning objectives were then coded using a controlled vocabulary intended to summarize their overall intent. Following coding, brief analysis was done to examine frequency of topics, where topics were located...

Supplemental Data: Collagen Fiber Orientation and Dispersion in the Upper Cervix of Non-Pregnant and Pregnant Women

Frank Yao, Yu Gan, Kristin M. Myers, Joy-Sarah Yumiko Vink, Ronald J. Wapner & Christine P. Hendon
The structural integrity of the cervix in pregnancy is necessary for carrying a pregnancy until term, and the organization of human cervical tissue collagen likely plays an important role in the tissue’s structural function. Collagen fibers in the cervical extracellular matrix exhibit preferential directionality, and this collagen network ultrastructure is hypothesized to reorient and remodel during cervical softening and dilation at time of parturition. Within the cervix, the upper half is substantially loaded during pregnancy...

Harriet FeBland: Catalog of Works and Images

Harriet FeBland
Celebrating four decades and 55 solo exhibitions, FeBland exhibits world wide in major invitationals. 10 museum collections include Library of Congress, Smithsonian Institute; State of Hawaii "Art In Public Places" and Grounds For Sculpture Museum, etc. She is past President of both NY Artist Equity and American Society Of Contemporary Artists and served as Secretary for the American Art Committee at the United Nations from 1978-81. Born and educated in N.Y. she later lived abroad...

Pauline Jakobsberg: Catalog of Works and Images

Pauline Jakobsberg
Many of the prints of Pauline Jakobsberg are quiet , reflective and intimate giving substance to a sense of being with powerful undercurrents of connection, loss, renewal, tenderness , humor and pathos. The interplay of present action with past imagery, building layer upon layer gives shape to narratives that are universally compelling and suggest a passage of time. Her research into surviving family members led her to travel to many parts of the world returning...

Annette Fortt: Catalog of Works and Images

Annette Fortt
Annette Gandy Fortt was born in Memphis, Tenn. in 1944. She earned her Bachelor of Science degree from Memphis State University (now the University of Memphis) with an Art Education major and a minor in Education. In 1983 she earned the Master of Fine Arts from Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY, with concentrations in painting and print media. From 1983 to 1985 she worked at Blackburn’s Printmaking Workshop in New York City where she was the...

Marilyn Schwartz: Catalog of Works and Images

Marilyn Schwartz
Photographer and visual artist, Marilyn Schwartz, is a graduate of the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her photographs were often produced in series; The Halloween Series, explored children in costume creating their own fantasies…this led to the Fantasy Series, where she spoke with the people involved to bring their fantasies to light, they became actors choosing much of what appeared in the photographs. In contrast was the New York Trap Rock Series noted...

Morton Kaish: Catalog of Works and Images

Morton Kaish
Morton Kaish is an American artist whose whose light and color-filled work integrates the abstract and the figurative. His paintings, drawings and prints can be found in major museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, the Smithsonian American Art Museum, the Fitzwilliam Museum and the British Museum. Critics have pointed to Kaish's affinity to masters like Joaquín Sorolla—for his treatment of light and the figure—and Pierre Bonnard—for his use of color. Key themes of his...

Mary Miss: Catalog of Works and Images

Mary Miss
Mary Miss has reshaped the boundaries between sculpture, architecture, landscape design, and installation art by articulating a vision of the public sphere where it is possible for an artist to address the issues of our time. She has developed the "City as Living Lab", a framework for making issues of sustainability tangible through collaboration and the arts, with Marda Kirn of EcoArts Connections. Trained as a sculptor, her work creates situations emphasizing a site’s history,...

Zigi Ben-Haim: Catalog of Works and Images

Zigi Ben-Haim
Zigi Ben-Haim was five years old when his family fled his birthplace of Baghdad, Iraq, and immigrated to Israel via Iran. It was Tel-Aviv where he spent his adolescence and graduated from the Institute of Fine Arts in 1970. Following a solo exhibition as a young artist, the America Israel Cultural Foundation awarded him a scholarship to study abroad. Zigi arrived in California and enrolled in California College of Art in Oakland and San Francisco...

Multilingual Spatial Relation and Motion Treebank

Morgan Elizabeth Ulinski, Julia Bell Hirschberg & Owen C. Rambow
One-sentence descriptions of each picture from the Picture Series for Positional Verbs (Ameka et al., 1999) and each video clip from the Motion Verb Stimulus Kit (Levinson, 2001). 163 English sentences, 165 Spanish sentences, 157 German sentences, 158 Egyptian Arabic sentences. All sentences are tokenized and annotated with lemma, part of speech, morphological features, dependency label and head. We use the universal POS tags, universal features, and universal dependency relations. Treebank is in conll format.

Conference participation by women in the American Society of Ichthyologist and Herpetologist meetings

Joshua Adam Drew & Stephanie Ann Sardelis
We examined the number of women participating in symposia at the American Society of Ichthyologist and Herpetologists from 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014, and 2015 And analyzed the percentage of women organizing symposia and the percentage of women speaking at those symposia.

Conference participation by women in the Society for Conservation Biology meetings

Joshua Adam Drew & Stephanie Ann Sardelis
We examined the number of women participating in symposia at the Society for Conservation Biology Annual Meetings for 1999, 2002, 2006, 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2013, 2014 (Society for Conservation Biology Oceania chapter, included because of an all-female lead and impressive strides in diversity equity), and 2015. And analyzed the percentage of women organizing symposia and the percentage of women speaking at those symposia.

Chicago Gang Social Media Data Set

Desmond U. Patton & Jamie Macbeth
Tweets from a gang member, Gakirah Barnes (@TyquanAssassin), in Chicago and people she communicated with, from early 2014. Coded based on the content of the tweet and grouped into the general categories of loss, aggression (aggress), and other.

Discourse Segment Annotation and Analysis: A Tagalog Telephone Corpus

Rebecca Passonneau, Ziheng Huang, Jialu Zhong & Samuel J. Lim-Kimberg
This dataset presents an annotation task to identify discourse segments in telephone conversations between native speakers of Tagalog. Each discourse segment represents a conversational activity identified by the annotators. The conversations were presented to annotators as audio recordings accompanied by transcripts. Every utterance in the transcripts is labeled by five to nine annotators. Two probabilistic models to infer a single ground truth label from the multiple labels were compared. The dataset contains the conversational data...

IRI Seasonal Precipitation Forecast for Apr, May, Jun 1998

Lisa M. Goddard, Simon J. Mason & Nicholas E. Graham
The forecast gives a probabilistic outlook for precipitation to be in the above-normal, near-normal, or below-normal tercile categories, which are defined from the previous 30 years.

Supplemental Data: Using Portable Transducers to Measure Tremor Severity

Rodger Elble & James McNames
Background: Portable motion transducers, suitable for measuring tremor, are now available at a reasonable cost. The use of these transducers requires knowledge of their limitations and data analysis. The purpose of this review is to provide a practical overview and example software for using portable motion transducers in the quantification of tremor. Methods: Medline was searched via PubMed.gov in December 2015 using the Boolean expression ‘‘tremor AND (accelerometer OR accelerometry OR gyroscope OR inertial measurement...

All electron microprobe analyses of serpentine in our Oman serpentinites and antigorite standard BM66586

Elisabeth Elaine Streit, Peter B. Kelemen & John Eiler
Analyses have been corrected based on repeat analyses of the antigorite standard. Points close to the edge of serpentine grains that appear to include mixed analyses with Fe-oxides or carbonates, points with totals <73 %, and points with >0.3 Al atoms per formula unit (most likely chlorite) have been excluded

Hyades light curves from K2 Campaign 4

Stephanie T. Douglas, Marcel Andre Agüeros, K. R. Covey, P. A. Cargile, T. Barclay, A. Cody, S. B. Howell & T. Kopytova
These light curves are made available to the public as part of the publication of our recent paper, "K2 Rotation Periods for Low-mass Hyads and the Implications for Gyrochronology". The light curves are for 64 Hyads with Kepler magnitudes 9-17. We have included both the raw extracted light curves and the light curves produced at various stages of the analysis.

Supplementary Information: Tornado outbreak variability follows Taylor’s power law of fluctuation scaling and increases dramatically with severity

Michael K. Tippett & Joel E. Cohen
Tornadoes cause loss of life and damage to property each year in the United States and around the world. The largest impacts come from ‘outbreaks’ consisting of multiple tornadoes closely spaced in time. Here we find an upward trend in the annual mean number of tornadoes per US tornado outbreak for the period 1954–2014. Moreover, the variance of this quantity is increasing more than four times as fast as the mean. The mean and variance...

Broadleaf Forest Raw Recruitment Data

Neil Pederson, James M. Dyer, Ryan W. McEwan, Amy E. Hessl, Cary J. Mock, David A. Orwig, Benjamin I. Cook & Harald Rieder
In humid, broadleaf-dominated forests where gap dynamics and partial canopy mortality appears to dominate the disturbance regime at local scales, paleoecological evidence shows alteration at regional-scales associated with climatic change. Yet, little evidence of these broad-scale events exists in extant forests. To evaluate the potential for the occurrence of large-scale disturbance, we used 76 tree-ring collections spanning ∼840 000 km2 and 5327 tree recruitment dates spanning ∼1.4 million km2 across the humid eastern United States. Rotated...

Silk Road Health Project mobility-migration-hiv SPSS data

Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, Stacey A. Shaw, Gaukhar Mergenova, Assel Terlikbayeva, Sholpan Primbetova, Xin Ma, Mingway P. Chang, Leyla Ismayilova, Timothy Hunt, Brooke West, Elwin Wu & Chris Beyrer
[Objectives] We examined whether mobility, migrant status, and risk environments are associated with sexually transmitted infections (STIs) and HIV risk behaviors (e.g. sex trading, multiple partners, and unprotected sex). [Methods] We used Respondent Driven Sampling (RDS) to recruit external male migrant market vendors from Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, and Tajikistan as well internal migrant and non-migrant market vendors from Kazakhstan. We conducted multivariate logistic regressions to examine the effects of mobility and migration status and risk environment...

Supplemental Data: PLA2G6 Mutations Related to Distinct Phenotypes: A New Case with Early-onset Parkinsonism

Anamika Giri, Gamze Guven, Hasmet Hanagasi, Ann-Kathrin Hauser, Nihan Erginul-Unaltuna, Basar Bilgic, Hakan Gurvit, Peter Heutink, Thomas Gasser, Ebba Lohmann & Javier Simón-Sánchez
Background: PLA2G6-associated neurodegeneration (PLAN) is a recessive neurodegenerative disorder characterized by three distinct phenotypes: infantile neuroaxonal dystrophy (INAD), atypical neuroaxonal dystrophy (atypical NAD), and PLA2G6-related dystonia–parkinsonism. Methods: A consanguineous index case from Turkey was diagnosed with early-onset Parkinsonism at the Istanbul Faculty of Medicine. She and her unaffected brother were subjected to whole-genome sequencing. Results: In this report, we describe a 33-year-old index case with parental consanguinity and early-onset Parkinsonism. Whole-genome sequencing of this individual...

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