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  • Mobile mono-copper active site for NO catalytic decomposition in high silica LTA zeolite
    This dataset discloses the input files and optimised configurations associated with the entitled study.
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  • Wavelet-based fuzzy clustering of interval time series - Supplementary Material
    Supplementary material for the manuscript "Wavelet-based fuzzy clustering of interval time series". This includes additional figures and tables referred to in the manuscript as well as details of scripts and data files used for the simulation studies and the application. All scripts are in .R format and data files are is in EXCEL (. xlsx) format.
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  • Large Grid of 1D X-ray Burst Models with MCMC Sample Chains
    This dataset contains the primary data used in: "Multi-epoch X-ray burst modelling: MCMC with large grids of 1D simulations", Johnston et al. (2020). In this work, we interpolated and sampled a grid of 3840 KEPLER burst models using Markov Chain Monte Carlo (MCMC) methods to produce posterior distributions for the system parameters of the "Clocked Burster", GS 1826-238. Provided here is the full burst model grid and the raw MCMC sample chains. More details on the files, and how to load them, are provided in README.md
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  • Melioidosis Project 2021: Systematic Review of Case Reports 2016-2021 Dataset
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  • HEJ 2.1: High-energy resummation with vector bosons and next-to-leading logarithms
    We present version 2.1 of the High Energy Jets (HEJ) event generator for hadron colliders. HEJ is a Monte Carlo generator for processes at high energies with multiple well-separated jets in the final state. To achieve accurate predictions, conventional fixed-order perturbative QCD is supplemented with an all-order resummation of large high-energy logarithms. The new version 2.1 now supports processes with final-state leptons originating from a charged or neutral vector boson together with multiple jets, in addition to processes available in earlier versions. Furthermore, the all-order resummation is extended to include an additional gauge-invariant class of subdominant logarithmic corrections. HEJ 2.1 can be obtained from https://hej.hepforge.org.
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  • Fecal metabolome raw spectrum data of mice infected with Citrobacter rodentium
    Untargeted metabolome raw spectrum data of fecal samples collected from mice infected with Citrobacter rodentium. Three groups of samples are: healthy mice without punicalagin supplementation (NC), Citrobacter rodentium infected mice without punicalagin supplementation (CM), and Citrobacter rodentium infected mice with punicalagin supplementation (PA). Both ESI positive and negative modes were analyzed.
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  • The software design of Gridap: A Finite Element package based on the Julia JIT compiler
    We present the software design of Gridap, a novel finite element library written exclusively in the Julia programming language, which is being used by several research groups world-wide to simulate complex physical phenomena such as magnetohydrodynamics, photonics, weather modeling, non-linear solid mechanics, and fluid-structure interaction problems. The library provides a feature-rich set of discretization techniques for the numerical approximation of a wide range of mathematical models governed by Partial Differential Equations (PDEs), including linear, nonlinear, single-field, and multi-field equations. An expressive API allows users to define PDEs in weak form by a syntax close to the mathematical notation. While this is also available in previous frameworks, the main novelty of Gridap is that it implements this API without introducing a domain-specific language plus a compiler of variational forms. Instead, it leverages the Julia just-in-time compiler to build efficient code, specialized for the concrete problem at hand. As a result, there is no need to use different languages for the computational back-end and the user front-end anymore, thus eliminating the so-called two-language problem. Gridap also provides a low-level API that is modular and extensible via the multiple-dispatch paradigm of Julia and provides easy access to the main building blocks of the library if required. The main contribution of this paper is the detailed presentation of the novel software abstractions behind the Gridap design that leverages the new software possibilities provided by the Julia language. The second main contribution of the article is a performance comparison against FEniCS. We measure CPU times needed to assemble discrete systems of linear equations for different problem types and show that the performance of Gridap is comparable to FEniCS, demonstrating that the new software design does not compromise performance. Gridap is freely available at Github (github.com/gridap/Gridap.jl) and distributed under an MIT license.
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  • Genetic dissection of novel myopathy models reveals the role of CapZα and Leiomodin 3 during myofibril elongation
    Excel files include the raw data used within the respective figure.
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  • Project: Fostering Transparent and Responsible Conduct of Research: What can Journals do?
    Description: Since their origin in the 17th century, publications in scientific journals have become the foundation of scholarly communication. Yet the publication process itself, duties and responsibilities of editors, and the preparation of manuscripts for submission have gone through many changes. The current drive towards study registration, sharing of protocols, manuscript pre-print, full transparency of reporting and the use of reporting guidelines, data sharing, and study replication, are seen as the future of scientific communication and methods of preventing scientific misconduct and undesirable research practices. The goals of this project are: 1) Study the current state of publication ethics, research integrity- and transparency-related policies of scholarly Journals (by analysing instructions to authors from a representative sample of journals in the humanities, social, natural, and life sciences); 2) Study the trends and changes in publication ethics, research integrity- and transparency-related policies of scholarly Journals (by conducting a systematic review of all studies indexed in MEDLINE, Web of Science and Scopus that have analysed instructions to authors of journals); 3) Study editors’, authors’ and reviewer’ perceptions and attitudes towards topics related to transparent and responsible conduct of research (by conducting large scale surveys, focus group, web-chats and acceleration room sessions); 4) Make (evidence-based) recommendations of how publishers and journals may implement publication principles and foster the integrity and transparency of research (by summarizing the evidence of the first 3 steps of the project). Team Members: Mario Malički ORCID iD: 0000-0003-0698-1930 IJsbrand Jan Aalbersberg ORCID iD: 0000-0002-0209-4480 Lex Bouter ORCID iD: 0000-0002-2659-5482 Gerben ter Riet ORCID iD: 0000-0002-2231-7637 Project collaborators: Ana Jerončić ORCID iD: 0000-0003-1621-1956 Adrian Mulligan Elsevier, Amsterdam, The Netherlands Funding This project was funded by Elsevier.
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  • Online appendix for "Natural resource management and nutrition outcomes: a quasi-experimental evaluation of fisheries decentralisation in Laos"
    This document contains the online appendix for "Natural resource management and nutrition outcomes: a quasi-experimental evaluation of fisheries decentralisation in Laos".
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