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published: 2022-11-28
Detection data of carnivores and their prey species from camera traps in Fort Hood, Texas and Santa Cruz, California, USA. Non-carnivore and non-prey species (humans, domestic species, avian species, etc.) were excluded from this dataset. All detections of each species at a camera within 30 minutes have been combined to 1 detection (only first detection within that 30 minutes kept) to avoid pseudoreplication. Variable Description: Site= Study area data were collected MonitoringPeriod= year in which data was collected (data were collected at each location over multiple monitoring periods) CameraName= Unique name for each camera location Date= calendar date of detection Time= time of detection -Fort Hood= Central Time USA -Santa Cruz= Pacific Time USA Species= Common name of species detected
keywords: carnivore; community ecology; competition; interspecific interactions; keystone species; mesopredator; predation; trophic cascade
planned publication date: 2023-06-01
Results of RT-LAMP reactions for influenza A virus diagnostic development.
keywords: swine influenza; LAMP; gBlock
published: 2022-11-28
The compiled datasets include county-level variables used for simulating miscanthus and switchgrass production in 2287 counties across the rainfed US including 5-year (2012-2016) averaged growing season degree days (GDD), 5-year (2012-2016) averaged growing season cumulative precipitation, National Commodity Crop Productivity Index (NCCPI) values, regional dummies (only for miscanthus), the regional-level random effect of the yield response function, N price, land cash rent, the first year fixed cost (only for switchgrass), and separate datasets for simulating an alternative model assuming a constant N rate. The GAMS codes are used to run the simulation to obtain the main results including the age-varying profit-maximizing N rate, biomass yields, and annual profits for miscanthus and switchgrass production across counties in the rainfed US. The STATA codes are used to merge and analyze simulation results and create summary statistics tables and key figures.
keywords: Age; Miscanthus; Net present value; Nitrogen; Optimal lifespan; Profit maximization; Switchgrass; Yield; Center for Advanced Bioenergy and Bioproducts Innovation
published: 2022-11-18
The relationship between physical activity and mental health, especially depression, is one of the most studied topics in the field of exercise science and kinesiology. Although there is strong consensus that regular physical activity improves mental health and reduces depressive symptoms, some debate the mechanisms involved in this relationship as well as the limitations and definitions used in such studies. Meta-analyses and systematic reviews continue to examine the strength of the association between physical activity and depressive symptoms for the purpose of improving exercise prescription as treatment or combined treatment for depression. This dataset covers 27 review articles (either systematic review, meta-analysis, or both) and 364 primary study articles addressing the relationship between physical activity and depressive symptoms. Primary study articles are manually extracted from the review articles. We used a custom-made workflow (Fu, Yuanxi. (2022). Scopus author info tool (1.0.1) [Python]. <a href="https://github.com/infoqualitylab/Scopus_author_info_collection">https://github.com/infoqualitylab/Scopus_author_info_collection</a> that uses the Scopus API and manual work to extract and disambiguate authorship information for the 391 reports. The author information file (author_list.csv) is the product of this workflow and can be used to compute the co-author network of the 391 articles. This dataset can be used to construct the inclusion network and the co-author network of the 27 review articles and 364 primary study articles. A primary study article is "included" in a review article if it is considered in the review article's evidence synthesis. Each included primary study article is cited in the review article, but not all references cited in a review article are included in the evidence synthesis or primary study articles. The inclusion network is a bipartite network with two types of nodes: one type represents review articles, and the other represents primary study articles. In an inclusion network, if a review article includes a primary study article, there is a directed edge from the review article node to the primary study article node. The attribute file (article_list.csv) includes attributes of the 391 articles, and the edge list file (inclusion_net_edges.csv) contains the edge list of the inclusion network. Collectively, this dataset reflects the evidence production and use patterns within the exercise science and kinesiology scientific community, investigating the relationship between physical activity and depressive symptoms. FILE FORMATS 1. article_list.csv - Unicode CSV 2. author_list.csv - Unicode CSV 3. Chinese_author_name_reference.csv - Unicode CSV 4. inclusion_net_edges.csv - Unicode CSV 5. review_article_details.csv - Unicode CSV 6. supplementary_reference_list.pdf - PDF
keywords: systematic reviews; meta-analyses; evidence synthesis; network visualization; tertiary studies; physical activity; depressive symptoms; exercise; review articles
published: 2022-11-11
This dataset is for characterizing chemical short-range-ordering in CrCoNi medium entropy alloys. It has three sub-folders: 1. code, 2. sample WQ, 3. sample HT. The software needed to run the files is Gatan Microscopy Suite® (GMS). Please follow the instruction on this page to install the DM3 GMS: <a href="https://www.gatan.com/installation-instructions#Step1">https://www.gatan.com/installation-instructions#Step1</a> 1. Code folder contains three DM scripts to be installed in Gatan DigitalMicrograph software to analyze scanning electron nanobeam diffraction (SEND) dataset: Cepstrum.s: need [EF-SEND_sampleWQ_cropped_aligned.dm3] in Sample WQ and the average image from [EF-SEND_sampleWQ_cropped_aligned.dm3]. Same for Sample HT folder. log_BraggRemoval.s: same as above. Patterson.s: Need refined diffuse patterns in Sample HT folder. 2. Sample WQ and 3. Sample HT folders both contain the SEND data (.ser) and the binned SEND data (.dm3) as well as our calculated strain maps as the strain measurement reference. The Sample WQ folder additionally has atomic resolution STEM images; the Sample HT folder additionally has three refined diffuse patterns as references for diffraction data processing. * Only .ser file is needed to perform the strain measurement using imToolBox as listed in the manuscript. .emi file contains the meta data of the microscope, which can be opened together with .ser file using FEI TIA software.
keywords: Medium entropy alloy; CrCoNi; chemical short-range-ordering; CSRO; TEM
published: 2022-11-09
This dataset includes the blue water intensity by sector (41 industries and service sectors) for provinces in China, economic and virtual water network flow for China in 2017, and the corresponding network properties for these two networks.
keywords: Economic network; Virtual water; Supply chains; Network analysis; Multilayer; MRIO
published: 2022-11-07
The dataset contains the data and code for Single-cell and Subcellular Analysis of freshly isolated cultured, uncultured P1 cells and uncultured Old cells. The .csv file named 'MagLab20220721' contains the sample and intensity information with the columns referring to the m/z values and the rows being the samples. The 'MagLabNameINdex.csv' file contains all the index information. The file named '20220721_MagLab.spydata' contains the loaded data of both the two previous files in Spyder. The .mat file contains the aligned data for the three groups.
keywords: Single-cell; Subcellular; Mass Spectrometry; MALDI; Lipidomics; FTICR; 21 T
published: 2022-11-07
Dataset associated with Jones et al. ECY22-0118.R3 submission: Ontogenetic effects of brood parasitism by the Brown-headed Cowbird on host offspring. Excel CSV files with all of the data used in analyses and file with descriptions of each column.
keywords: brood parasitism; cowbirds; host-parasite systems; ontogeny; post-fledging; songbirds
published: 2022-11-02
This dataset contains the behavioral, metabolic, and capture data which is reported within the manuscript Data for Capture is predicted by behavior and size, not metabolism, in Muskellunge
published: 2022-11-01
Datasets that accompany Beilke, Haulton, and O'Keefe 2022 publication (Title: Foliage-roosting eastern red bats select for features associated with management in a central hardwood forest; Journal: Forest Ecology and Management).
published: 2022-10-22
This dataset consists of all the files that are part of the manuscript titled "Evidence for a robust sign-changing s-wave order parameter in monolayer films of superconducting Fe(Se,Te)/Bi2Te3". For detailed information on the individual files refer to the readme file.
keywords: thin film; mbe; topology; superconductivity; topological insulator; stm; spectroscopy; qpi
published: 2022-10-14
The Membracoidea_morph_data_Final.nex text file contains the original data used in the phylogenetic analyses of Dietrich et al. (Insect Systematics and Diversity, in review). The text file is marked up according to the standard NEXUS format commonly used by various phylogenetic analysis software packages. The file will be parsed automatically by a variety of programs that recognize NEXUS as a standard bioinformatics file format. The complete taxon names corresponding to the 131 genus names listed under “BEGIN TAXA” are listed in Table 1 in the included PDF file “Taxa_and_characters”; the 229 morphological characters (names abbreviated under under “BEGIN CHARACTERS” are fully explained in the list of character descriptions following Table 1 in the same PDF). The data matrix follows “MATRIX” and gives the numerical values of characters for each taxon. Question marks represent missing data. The lists of characters and taxa and details on the methods used for phylogenetic analysis are included in the submitted manuscript.
keywords: leafhopper; treehopper; evolution; Cretaceous; Eocene
published: 2022-10-13
The text file contains the original DNA nucleotide sequence data used in the phylogenetic analyses of Xue et al. (in review), comprising the 13 protein-coding genes and 2 ribosomal gene subunits of the mitochondrial genome. The text file is marked up according to the standard NEXUS format commonly used by various phylogenetic analysis software packages. The file will be parsed automatically by a variety of programs that recognize NEXUS as a standard bioinformatics file format. The first six lines of the file identify the file as NEXUS, indicate that the file contains data for 30 taxa (species) and 13078 characters, indicate that the characters are DNA sequence, that gaps inserted into the DNA sequence alignment are indicated by a dash, and that missing data are indicated by a question mark. The positions of data partitions are indicated in the mrbayes block of commands for the phylogenetic program MrBayes (version 3.2.6) beginning near the end of the file. The mrbayes block also contains instructions for MrBayes on various non-default settings for that program. These are explained in the Methods section of the submitted manuscript. Two supplementary tables in the provided PDF file provide additional information on the species in the dataset, including the GenBank accession numbers for the sequence data (Table S1) and the DNA substitution models used for each of the individual mitochondrial genes and for different codon positions of the protein-coding genes used for analyses in the programs MrBayes and IQ-Tree (version 1.6.8) (Table S2). Full citations for references listed in Table S1 can be found by searching GenBank using the corresponding accession number. The supplemental tables will also be linked to the article upon publication at the journal website.
keywords: Hemiptera; phylogeny; mitochondrial genome; morphology; leafhopper
published: 2022-10-07
The salt controversy is the public health debate about whether a population-level salt reduction is beneficial. This dataset covers 82 publications--14 systematic review reports (SRRs) and 68 primary study reports (PSRs)--addressing the effect of sodium intake on cerebrocardiovascular disease or mortality. These present a snapshot of the status of the salt controversy as of September 2014 according to previous work by epidemiologists: The reports and their opinion classification (for, against, and inconclusive) were from Trinquart et al. (2016) (Trinquart, L., Johns, D. M., & Galea, S. (2016). Why do we think we know what we know? A metaknowledge analysis of the salt controversy. International Journal of Epidemiology, 45(1), 251–260. https://doi.org/10.1093/ije/dyv184 ), which collected 68 PSRs, 14 SRRs, 11 clinical guideline reports, and 176 comments, letters, or narrative reviews. Note that our dataset covers only the 68 PSRs and 14 SRRs from Trinquart et al. 2016, not the other types of publications, and it adds additional information noted below. This dataset can be used to construct the inclusion network and the co-author network of the 14 SRRs and 68 PSRs. A PSR is "included" in an SRR if it is considered in the SRR's evidence synthesis. Each included PSR is cited in the SRR, but not all references cited in an SRR are included in the evidence synthesis or PSRs. Based on which PSRs are included in which SRRs, we can construct the inclusion network. The inclusion network is a bipartite network with two types of nodes: one type represents SRRs, and the other represents PSRs. In an inclusion network, if an SRR includes a PSR, there is a directed edge from the SRR to the PSR. The attribute file (report_list.csv) includes attributes of the 82 reports, and the edge list file (inclusion_net_edges.csv) contains the edge list of the inclusion network. Notably, 11 PSRs have never been included in any SRR in the dataset. They are unused PSRs. If visualized with the inclusion network, they will appear as isolated nodes. We used a custom-made workflow (Fu, Y. (2022). Scopus author info tool (1.0.1) [Python]. https://github.com/infoqualitylab/Scopus_author_info_collection ) that uses the Scopus API and manual work to extract and disambiguate authorship information for the 82 reports. The author information file (salt_cont_author.csv) is the product of this workflow and can be used to compute the co-author network of the 82 reports. We also provide several other files in this dataset. We collected inclusion criteria (the criteria that make a PSR eligible to be included in an SRR) and recorded them in the file systematic_review_inclusion_criteria.csv. We provide a file (potential_inclusion_link.csv) recording whether a given PSR had been published as of the search date of a given SRR, which makes the PSR potentially eligible for inclusion in the SRR. We also provide a bibliography of the 82 publications (supplementary_reference_list.pdf). Lastly, we discovered minor discrepancies between the inclusion relationships identified by Trinquart et al. (2016) and by us. Therefore, we prepared an additional edge list (inclusion_net_edges_trinquart.csv) to preserve the inclusion relationships identified by Trinquart et al. (2016). <b>UPDATES IN THIS VERSION COMPARED TO V1</b> (Fu, Yuanxi; Hsiao, Tzu-Kun; Joshi, Manasi Ballal (2022): The Salt Controversy Systematic Review Reports and Primary Study Reports Network Dataset. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6128763_V1) - We added two new columns in salt_cont_author.csv, "author_id_scopus" and "author_id_mannual" to indicate which author ids were from Scopus and which were assigned by us. - We corrected a few mistakes in "last_search_year," "last_search_month," and "last_search_day" column in systematic_review_inclusion_criteria.csv. - We systematically adjusted the information related to report #12 in report_list.csv, systematic_review_inclusion_criteria.csv, supplementary_reference_list.pdf, salt_cont_author.csv, and inclusion_net_edges.csv to reflect information found in Adler 2014 (Adler, A. J., Taylor, F., Martin, N., Gottlieb, S., Taylor, R. S., & Ebrahim, S. (2014). Reduced dietary salt for the prevention of cardiovascular disease. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 12. https://doi.org/10.1002/14651858.CD009217.pub3). See our explaination in section "Explanations about report #12". - We sorted the salt_cont_author.csv file by "author_id," not by "ID" (the id of the report).
keywords: systematic reviews; evidence synthesis; network analysis; public health; salt controversy;
published: 2022-10-10
Aerial imagery utilized as input in the manuscript "Deep convolutional neural networks exploit high spatial and temporal resolution aerial imagery to predict key traits in miscanthus" . Data was collected over M. Sacchariflorus and Sinensis breeding trials at the Energy Farm, UIUC in 2020. Flights were performed using a DJI M600 mounted with a Micasense Rededge multispectral sensor at 20 m altitude around solar noon. Imagery is available as tif file by field trial and date (10). The post-processing of raw images into orthophoto was performed in Agisoft Metashape software. Each crop surface model and multispectral orthophoto was stacked into an unique raster stack by date and uploaded here. Each raster stack includes 6 layers in the following order: Layer 1 = crop surface model, Layer 2 = Blue, Layer 3 = Green, Layer 4 = Red, Layer 5 = Rededge, and Layer 6 = NIR multispectral bands. Msa raster stacks were resampled to 1.67 cm spatial resolution and Msi raster stacks were resampled to 1.41 cm spatial resolution to ease their integration into further analysis. 'MMDDYYYY' is the date of data collection, 'MSA' is M. Sacchariflorus trial, 'MSI' is Miscanthus Sinensis trial, 'CSM' is crop surface model layer, and 'MULTSP' are the five multispectral bands.
keywords: convolutional neural networks; miscanthus; perennial grasses; bioenergy; field phenotyping; remote sensing; UAV
published: 2022-10-04
One of the newest types of multimedia involves body-connected interfaces, usually termed haptics. Haptics may use stylus-based tactile interfaces, glove-based systems, handheld controllers, balance boards, or other custom-designed body-computer interfaces. How well do these interfaces help students learn Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM)? We conducted an updated review of learning STEM with haptics, applying meta-analytic techniques to 21 published articles reporting on 53 effects for factual, inferential, procedural, and transfer STEM learning. This deposit includes the data extracted from those articles and comprises the raw data used in the meta-analytic analyses.
keywords: Computer-based learning; haptic interfaces; meta-analysis
published: 2022-09-29
3DIFICE: 3-dimensional Damage Imposed on Frame structures for Investigating Computer vision-based Evaluation methods This dataset contains 1,396 synthetic images and label maps with various types of earthquake damage imposed on reinforced concrete frame structures. Damage includes: cracking, spalling, exposed transverse rebar, and exposed longitudinal rebar. Each image has an associated label map that can be used for training machine learning algorithms to recognize the various types of damage.
keywords: computer vision; earthquake engineering; structural health monitoring; civil engineering; structural engineering;
published: 2022-09-28
Data from an a field survey at Nikko National Park in central Japan. Data contain information about deer carcass, environment of sites, and vertebrate scavenging.
keywords: Carcass; Cervus nippon; Detection; Facultative scavenging; Obligate scavenger
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planned publication date: 2023-09-01
An online and paper knowledge, attitudes, and practices survey on ticks and tick-borne diseases (TBD) was distributed to farmers in Illinois during summer 2020 to spring 2022 (paper version titled Final Draft Farmer KAP_v.SoftCopy_Revised.docx). These are the raw data associated with that survey and the survey questions used (FarmerTickKAPdata.csv, data dictionary in Data Description.docx). We have added calculated values (columns 286 to end, code for calculation in FarmerKAPvariableCalculation.R), including: the tick knowledge score, TBD knowledge score, and total knowledge score, which are the sum of the total number of correct answers in each category, and score percent, which are the proportion of correct answers in each category.
keywords: ticks; survey; tick-borne disease; farmer
published: 2022-09-19
Data characterize zooplankton in Shelbyville Reservoir, Illinois, United States of America. Zooplankton were sampled with a conical zooplankton net (0.5m diameter mouth) when water was deeper than 2 m and by grab sample when water was shallower. Zooplankton samples were concentrated and subsampled with a Hensen-Stempel pipette following protocols described in Detmer et al. (2019). Zooplankton were identified to the lowest feasible taxonomic unit according to Pennak (1989) and Thorp and Covich (2001) and were enumerated in a 1 mL Sedgewick-Rafter cell. Subsamples were analyzed until at least 200 individuals were enumerated from each site.were counted across for each of the three main taxonomic groups (cladocerans, copepods, and rotifers). Given the variation in zooplankton concentrations at each site, this process often lead to far more than 200 individuals being counted (x̄ = 269, min = 200, max = 487). A summary of the sample size from each site can be found in Supplementary Table S2. Abundances were corrected for volume of water filtered. For rare taxa (< 20 individuals per sample), all individuals were measured for length. For abundant taxa, length measurements were collected on the first 20 organisms of each abundant taxon encountered in a subsample. Dry mass was calculated from equations for microcrustaceans, rotifers, and Chaoborus sp. (Rosen ,1981; Botrell et al., 1976; Dumont and Balvay, 1979).
keywords: Reservoir; Zooplankton
published: 2022-09-16
This dataset contains model code (including input data) to replicate the outcomes for "Assessing the Efficiency Implications of Renewable Fuel Policy Design in the United States". The model consists of: (1) The replication codes and data for the model. To run the model, using GAMS to run the "Models.gms" file.
keywords: Renewable Fuel Standard; Nested structure; cellulosic waiver credit; RIN
published: 2022-09-08
Data associated with the manuscript "Overlooked invaders? Ecological impacts of non-game, native transplant fishes in the United States" by Jordan H. Hartman and Eric R. Larson
keywords: freshwater; non-game; native transplant; impacts; invasive species
published: 2022-09-07
We developed a new application of isotopic gas exchange which couples a tunable diode laser absorption spectroscope (TDL) with a leaf gas exchange system, analyzing leakiness through induction of C4 photosynthesis on dark to high-light transitions. The youngest fully expanded leaf was measured on 40-45 day-old maize(B73) and sorghum (Tx430). Detail definition of each variable in raw Li-6400XT and Li-6800 (in "Original_data_AND_Data_processing_code.zip") is summarized in: <a href="https://www.licor.com/env/support/LI-6800/topics/symbols.html#const">https://www.licor.com/env/support/LI-6800/topics/symbols.html#const</a>
keywords: leakiness; bundle sheath leakage; C4 photosynthesis; photosynthetic induction; non-steady-state photosynthesis; carbon isotope discrimination; photosynthetic efficiency; corn