50 Works

Leveraging Open Ecosystems to Enhance Reproducible Workflows

Claire Riss, Eric Olson, Nicole Pfeiffer, Aaron Wolen, Lenny Teytelman & Steffen Bollmann
Open source infrastructure has paved the way for mission-aligned research stakeholders to create a united vision of interoperable tools and services that accelerate scholarly communication, fill technology gaps, converge solutions, and enable access and discoverability. Hear from a panel of research groups that have taken advantage of interoperable infrastructure to leverage more robust workflows to support rigorous, reproducible research. We also discuss the steps stakeholders and institutions can take to integrate OSF’s open API with...

Extraction and characterization of a functional protein from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf

Si-Yuan Luo, Zhi Huang, Xi Chen, Min-Hua Zong & Wen-Yong Lou
Natural plant-derived protein with excellent bioactivities has attracted much attention so a functional protein with molecular weight of 15.2 kDa was extracted from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf for the first time. Under the pH of 12.0, solid-liquid ratio of 1:40 (w/v), extraction time of 2.0 h, and extraction temperature of 50 °C, the highest extracting efficiency (79.25 ± 0.78%) of the Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf protein (MLP) was achieved. The main structure of MLP contained...

MFQ II

Dan Tamul, James Ivory, Malte Elson, Madison Lanier, Jessica Hotter & Jordan Wolf

The use of behavioral economics to improve the appropriate use of discrete clinical preventive services: A scoping review

John Epling, Rebecca Epling, Virginia Pannabecker, Anita Walz, Eric Chen & Jeffrey Stein
A scoping review of interventions informed by behavioral economics that are aimed at increasing the appropriate use of discrete clinical preventive services.

Community Health Workers in US Food Systems Efforts: A Scoping Review

Maria Denunzio, Makenzie Miller, Sarah Misyak, Melissa Chase, Elena Serrano & Vivica Kraak
A scoping review based on the PRISMA-ScR checklist (Tricco et al., 2018) to map the literature with the objective of describing the role of community health workers in food systems efforts within the United States.

AEMON-J/DSOS Archive: \"Hacking Limnology\" Workshop + Virtual Summit in Data Science & Open Science in Aquatic Research

Michael Meyer, Robert Ladwig, Isabella Oleksy, Jorrit Mesman, Jacob Zwart, Alli Cramer, Kaelin Cawley, johannes feldbauer, Patricia Tran, Gregor Moreira, Muhammed Shikhani, Deviyani Gurung, Robert Hensley, Elena Matta, Ryan McClure, Thomas Petzoldt, Nuria Lopez, Karline Soetaert, Mridul Thomas, Simon Topp, , Elizabeth McDaniel, Laura Schaerer, Stefano Mezzini, Charuleka Varadharajan … & Abdou Bah
This OSF project is meant to serve as a long-term storage repository for presentations and workshop materials for the Aquatic Ecosystem Modeling-Junior (AEMON-J) and Virtual Summit: Incorporating Data Science and Open Science (DSOS) communities. Contributors in this repository include past presenters and workshop organizers. Contributors are only responsible for those individual presentations that are labeled with their surname.

Cessation of collisional tectonism and rapid crustal uplift recorded by 430–420 Ma igneous rocks in the South Kunlun belt, northwest China

Jing Chen, Bing-Zhang Wang, Fu-Cheng Yu, Jie Han & Wu-Fu Li
The Wanbaogou granitic plutons are exposed along with coeval volcanic rocks, and provide an opportunity to investigate Silurian tectonism in the South Kunlun belt, northwest China. This study presents new whole-rock geochemical, and zircon U–Pb geochronological and Lu–Hf isotope data for Silurian intrusive rocks of the Wanbaogou area. We analysed four samples: a porphyritic monzogranite and dioritic dike from the Wanbaogou pluton and a granodiorite and monzogranite from the Wudaogou pluton. Zircon U–Pb dating yielded...

TOP Guidelines and TOP Factor

Daniel Steger, Eric Olson, Mark Call, Nicole Pfeiffer, Amanda Staller & Alexis Rice
The Transparency and Open Promotion (TOP) Guidelines are eight modular recommendations and standards (with varying levels of stringency) for journals and funders to incentivize open science practices. TOP Factor is a transparent evaluation rubric showing the degree of a journal or funder's implementation of and compliance with TOP Guidelines. Visit cos.io/top to view the TOP Guidelines and for more resources for implementing TOP.

brand offense 1

Gayoung Park
This is a study to examine how would brand's activities and responses toward them affect observers' brand evaluation.

Hope and Gambling

Stephen Juma
This project investigates the impact of hope on gambling behavior. Specifically, we investigate if hope increases willingness to gamble. We predict that this effect is moderated by experiential versus rational tendencies.

Attribution, Escalation and Cyber-Attack Deterrence

Nathaniel Porter & Eric Jardine
This document combines formal statements of hypotheses, a description of data handling, and sample reporting of results using pilot data. Preregistration of this document occurred subsequent to analysis of pilot data but prior to collection of any data that will be included in the reported analysis.

Study Materials

Brian Goode, Naren Ramakrishnan, Madhav Marathe, Chris Kuhlman, Michael Macy, Jure Leskovec, Noshir Contractor, Joshua Epstein, Patrick Butler, Gizem Korkmaz, Yue Ning, Wei Wang, Parang Saraf & Nathan Self

brand offense 2

Gayoung Park & Broderick Turner
This is a study to examine how would brand's activities and responses toward them affect observers' brand evaluation.

The Times They Are a Changin'

Nathan Tallman, Alex Kinnaman & Nathan Hall

Cessation of collisional tectonism and rapid crustal uplift recorded by 430–420 Ma igneous rocks in the South Kunlun belt, northwest China

Jing Chen, Bing-Zhang Wang, Fu-Cheng Yu, Jie Han & Wu-Fu Li
The Wanbaogou granitic plutons are exposed along with coeval volcanic rocks, and provide an opportunity to investigate Silurian tectonism in the South Kunlun belt, northwest China. This study presents new whole-rock geochemical, and zircon U–Pb geochronological and Lu–Hf isotope data for Silurian intrusive rocks of the Wanbaogou area. We analysed four samples: a porphyritic monzogranite and dioritic dike from the Wanbaogou pluton and a granodiorite and monzogranite from the Wudaogou pluton. Zircon U–Pb dating yielded...

An energy use, energy production, and building air leakage dataset for a zero energy commercial building

Philip Agee & Leila Nikdel
This is an open dataset of measured energy use, solar energy production, and building air leakage data from a 328 m2 (3,531 ft2) all-electric, zero energy commercial building in Virginia, USA. Over two years of energy use data were collected at 1-hour intervals using circuit-level energy monitors. Over six years of solar energy production data were measured at 1-hour intervals by 56 microinverters. The building air leakage data was measured post-construction per ASTM-E779 Standard Test...

Analysis

Brian Goode, Naren Ramakrishnan, Madhav Marathe, Chris Kuhlman, Michael Macy, Jure Leskovec, Noshir Contractor, Joshua Epstein, Patrick Butler, Gizem Korkmaz, Yue Ning, Wei Wang, Parang Saraf & Nathan Self

Extraction and characterization of a functional protein from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf

Si-Yuan Luo, Zhi Huang, Xi Chen, Min-Hua Zong & Wen-Yong Lou
Natural plant-derived protein with excellent bioactivities has attracted much attention so a functional protein with molecular weight of 15.2 kDa was extracted from Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf for the first time. Under the pH of 12.0, solid-liquid ratio of 1:40 (w/v), extraction time of 2.0 h, and extraction temperature of 50 °C, the highest extracting efficiency (79.25 ± 0.78%) of the Millettia speciosa Champ. leaf protein (MLP) was achieved. The main structure of MLP contained...

brand offense 6

Gayoung Park & Broderick Turner
This is a study to examine how would brand's activities and responses toward them affect observers' brand evaluation.

Replication of The effect of cognitive load on economic decision making

Flora Li, Sheryl Ball, Alec Smith & Benjamin Katz
This is a replication project

protocols.io

Eric Olson, Daniel Steger, Mark Call, Nicole Pfeiffer, Amanda Staller & Alexis Rice
Protocols.io users can now bilaterally share up-to-date methods and protocols to OSF directly from their protocols.io workspace. The new integration allows researchers to include, view, and track key data without leaving the OSF project interface. Learn how to connect your protocols.io workspace with OSF in this demo.

Association of soft drink and 100% fruit juice consumption with all-cause mortality, cardiovascular diseases mortality, and cancer mortality: A systematic review and dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies

Bei Pan, Long Ge, Honghao Lai, Qi Wang, Qian Zhang, Min Yin, Sheng Li, Jinhui Tian, Kehu Yang & Jiancheng Wang
Sugar-sweetened beverages (SSBs), artificially sweetened beverages (ASBs), and 100% fruit juices are frequently consumed and have been documented that they could lead to serious disease burden. However, inconsistent evidence on the association between SSBs, ASBs, and 100% fruit juices consumption and mortality have been presented. PubMed, Embase, Web of Science, Cochrane Central Register of Controlled Trials, and PsycINFO were systematically searched. We conducted a random-effects meta-analysis and dose-response meta-analysis to assess the association and calculated...

Tomography-Based Convection and Melt Generation Beneath the Rungwe Volcanic Province, East Africa: Model Output

Emmanuel Njinju, D. Stamps, Tyrone Rooney, Estella Atekwana & Tahiry Rajaonarison
This contribution is provided to complement the manuscript submitted to Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems by these authors. The paper is entitled Tomography-Based Convection and Melt Generation Beneath the Rungwe Volcanic Province, East Africa Here we provide our 3D tomography-based convection (TBC) model that incorporates melt generation beneath the Rungwe Volcanic Province (RVP), the southernmost volcanic center in the Western Branch of the East African Rift. The 3D TBC was simulated using the open source code ASPECT...

A Systematic Literature Review of Assessment Practices in Engineering Education: Past, Present, and Future

Johnny Woods, Homero Murzi, David Kniola, Isil Anakok & Andrew Katz
Assessment practices in the STEM fields remain grounded in historical approaches such as tests, research papers, and projects. One overlooked barrier to student success is assessment, where inequity disproportionately negatively affects diverse students. It is well documented that inequities in the classroom impact academic engagement, retention and degree completion rates, and learning outcomes. So while pedagogical approaches have evolved to promote equity in the learning process, the strategies and methods used to evaluate students have...

Emotions in Engineering Education: A Systematic Review of the Literature

Johanna Lönngren, James Huff, Alberto Bellocchi, Inês Direito, Roland Tormey, Pia Bøgelund, Khairiyah Mohd-Yusof, Maria Berge, Homero Murzi & Nor Rahman
We perform a systematic review of the literature on emotions in engineering education. The review is of the type meta-synthesis as described by Siddayway et al (2019) and aims to (1) provide an overview and critical appraisal of the existing literature on emotions in engineering education, and (2) outline directions for future research in this emerging field.

Registration Year

  • 2021
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Resource Types

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Affiliations

  • Virginia Tech
    50
  • Center For Open Science
    12
  • Zhejiang University
    6
  • Huazhong University of Science and Technology
    6
  • Sichuan University
    6
  • Fudan University
    6
  • University of Virginia
    5
  • Southern Medical University
    5
  • Sun Yat-sen University
    4
  • George Mason University
    4