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Clarke, Caitlin; Lischwe Mueller, Natalie; Joshi, Manasi Ballal; Fu, Yuanxi; Schneider, Jodi (2023): The Inclusion Network of 27 Review Articles Published between 2013-2018 Investigating the Relationship Between Physical Activity and Depressive Symptoms. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-4614455_V4
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 365 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 392 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 392 articles. This dataset can be used to construct the inclusion network and the co-author network of the 27 review articles and 365 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 392 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 7. README.txt - text file 8. systematic_review_inclusion_criteria.csv - Unicode CSV <b>UPDATES IN THIS VERSION COMPARED TO V3</b> (Clarke, Caitlin; Lischwe Mueller, Natalie; Joshi, Manasi Ballal; Fu, Yuanxi; Schneider, Jodi (2023): The Inclusion Network of 27 Review Articles Published between 2013-2018 Investigating the Relationship Between Physical Activity and Depressive Symptoms. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-4614455_V3) - We added a new file systematic_review_inclusion_criteria.csv.
systematic reviews; meta-analyses; evidence synthesis; network visualization; tertiary studies; physical activity; depressive symptoms; exercise; review articles
Chase, Marissa H. ; Charles, Brian; Harmon-Threatt, Alexandra; Fraterrigo, Jennifer (2023): Diverse forest management strategies support functionally and temporally distinct bee communities. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-8891496_V1
Dataset includes bee trait information and species abundance information for bees collected at 29 forests plots in southern Illinois, USA. Plots are located within three public land sites. Environmental data were also collected for each of the 29 plots.
wild bees; forest management; functional traits
Salami, Malik; Lee, Jou; Schneider, Jodi (2023): Stopwords and keywords for manual field assignment for the STI 2023 paper Assessing the agreement in retraction indexing across 4 multidisciplinary sources: Crossref, Retraction Watch, Scopus, and Web of Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-8847584_V2
We used the following keywords files to identify categories for journals and conferences not in Scopus, for our STI 2023 paper "Assessing the agreement in retraction indexing across 4 multidisciplinary sources: Crossref, Retraction Watch, Scopus, and Web of Science". The first four text files each contains keywords/content words in the form: 'keyword1', 'keyword2', 'keyword3', .... The file title indicates the name of the category: file1: healthscience_words.txt file2: lifescience_words.txt file3: physicalscience_words.txt file4: socialscience_words.txt The first four files were generated from a combination of software and manual review in an iterative process in which we: - Manually reviewed venue titles were not able to automatically categorize using the Scopus categorization or extending it as a resource. - Iteratively reviewed uncategorized venue titles to manually curate additional keywords as content words indicating a venue title could be classified in the category healthscience, lifescience, physicalscience, or socialscience. We used English content words and added words we could automatically translate to identify content words. NOTE: Terminology with multiple potential meanings or contain non-English words that did not yield useful automatic translations e.g., (e.g., Al-MasƒÅq) were not selected as content words. The fifth text file is a list of stopwords in the form: 'stopword1', 'stopword2, 'stopword3', ... file5: stopwords.txt This file contains manually curated stopwords from venue titles to handle non-content words like 'conference' and 'journal,' etc. This dataset is a revision of the following dataset: Version 1: Lee, Jou; Schneider, Jodi: Keywords for manual field assignment for Assessing the agreement in retraction indexing across 4 multidisciplinary sources: Crossref, Retraction Watch, Scopus, and Web of Science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Data Bank. Changes from Version 1 to Version 2: - Added one author - Added a stopwords file that was used in our data preprocessing. - Thoroughly reviewed each of the 4 keywords lists. In particular, we added UTF-8 terminology, removed some non-content words and misclassified content words, and extensively reviewed non-English keywords.
health science keywords; scientometrics; stopwords; field; keywords; life science keywords; physical science keywords; science of science; social science keywords; meta-science; RISRS
Shen, Chengze; Liu, Baqiao; Williams, Kelly P.; Warnow, Tandy (2023): Additional datasets (RNASim10k) for EMMA: A New Method for Computing Multiple Sequence Alignments given a Constraint Subset Alignment. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-4194451_V1
This upload contains one additional set of datasets (RNASim10k, ten replicates) used in Experiment 2 of the EMMA paper (appeared in WABI 2023): Shen, Chengze, Baqiao Liu, Kelly P. Williams, and Tandy Warnow. "EMMA: A New Method for Computing Multiple Sequence Alignments given a Constraint Subset Alignment". The zipped file has the following structure: 10k |__R0 |__unaln.fas |__true.fas |__true.tre |__R1 ... # Alignment files: 1. `unaln.fas`: all unaligned sequences. 2. `true.fas`: the reference alignment of all sequences. 3. `true.tre`: the reference tree on all sequences. For other datasets that uniquely appeared in EMMA, please refer to the related dataset (which is linked below): Shen, Chengze; Liu, Baqiao; Williams, Kelly P.; Warnow, Tandy (2022): Datasets for EMMA: A New Method for Computing Multiple Sequence Alignments given a Constraint Subset Alignment. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-2567453_V1
SALMA;MAFFT;alignment;eHMM;sequence length heterogeneity
Shen, Chengze; Liu, Baqiao; Williams, Kelly P.; Warnow, Tandy (2022): Datasets for EMMA: A New Method for Computing Multiple Sequence Alignments given a Constraint Subset Alignment. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-2567453_V1
This upload contains all datasets used in Experiment 2 of the EMMA paper (appeared in WABI 2023): Shen, Chengze, Baqiao Liu, Kelly P. Williams, and Tandy Warnow. "EMMA: A New Method for Computing Multiple Sequence Alignments given a Constraint Subset Alignment". The zip file has the following structure (presented as an example): salma_paper_datasets/ |_README.md |_10aa/ |_crw/ |_homfam/ |_aat/ | |_... |_... |_het/ |_5000M2-het/ | |_... |_5000M3-het/ ... |_rec_res/ Generally, the structure can be viewed as: [category]/[dataset]/[replicate]/[alignment files] # Categories: 1. 10aa: There are 10 small biological protein datasets within the `10aa` directory, each with just one replicate. 2. crw: There are 5 selected CRW datasets, namely 5S.3, 5S.E, 5S.T, 16S.3, and 16S.T, each with one replicate. These are the cleaned version from Shen et. al. 2022 (MAGUS+eHMM). 3. homfam: There are the 10 largest Homfam datasets, each with one replicate. 4. het: There are three newly simulated nucleotide datasets from this study, 5000M2-het, 5000M3-het, and 5000M4-het, each with 10 replicates. 5. rec\_res: It contains the Rec and Res datasets. Detailed dataset generation can be found in the supplementary materials of the paper. # Alignment files There are at most 6 `.fasta` files in each sub-directory: 1. `all.unaln.fasta`: All unaligned sequences. 2. `all.aln.fasta`: Reference alignments of all sequences. If not all sequences have reference alignments, only the sequences that have will be included. 3. `all-queries.unaln.fasta`: All unaligned query sequences. Query sequences are sequences that do not have lengths within 25% of the median length (i.e., not full-length sequences). 4. `all-queries.aln.fasta`: Reference alignments of query sequences. If not all queries have reference alignments, only the sequences that have will be included. 5. `backbone.unaln.fasta`: All unaligned backbone sequences. Backbone sequences are sequences that have lengths within 25% of the median length (i.e., full-length sequences). 6. `backbone.aln.fasta`: Reference alignments of backbone sequences. If not all backbone sequences have reference alignments, only the sequences that have will be included. >If all sequences are full-length sequences, then `all-queries.unaln.fasta` will be missing. >If fewer than two query sequences have reference alignments, then `all-queries.aln.fasta` will be missing. >If fewer than two backbone sequences have reference alignments, then `backbone.aln.fasta` will be missing. # Additional file(s) 1. `350378genomes.txt`: the file contains all 350,378 bacterial and archaeal genome names that were used by Prodigal (Hyatt et. al. 2010) to search for protein sequences.
SALMA;MAFFT;alignment;eHMM;sequence length heterogeneity
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Chakraborty, Sulagna; Steckler, Teresa; Gronemeyer, Peg; Mateus-Pinilla, Nohra; Smith, Rebecca (2023): Farmers’ knowledge, attitudes, and prevention practices regarding ticks and tickborne diseases in Illinois. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-3988796_V1
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.
ticks; survey; tick-borne disease; farmer
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planned publication date: 2023-12-01
Hohoff, Tara; Deppe, Jill (2023): Little brown occupancy and associated landcover data from McHenry County, Illinois. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-0365076_V1
Mist netting data for little brown bats (Myotis lucifugus) in McHenry County, Illinois and output of acoustic data processed using Kaleidoscope (Version 5.1.9, Bats of North America 5.1.0; Wildlife Acoustics) auto-identification software. Associated survey metadata and landcover metrics calculated using Fragstats included.
little brown bats; mist netting; acoustics
planned publication date: 2024-08-24
Jones, Todd; Llamas, Alfredo; Phillips, Jennifer (2024): Data for Jones et al. GCB-23-1273.R1. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6010827_V1
Dataset associated with Jones et al. GCB-23-1273.R1 submission: Phenotypic signatures of urbanization? Resident, but not migratory, songbird eye size varies with urban-associated light pollution levels. Excel CSV file with all of the data used in analyses and file with descriptions of each column.
body size; demographics; eye size; phenotypic divergence; songbirds; sensory pollution; urbanization
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Kim, Hyunchul; Zhao, Helin; van der Zande, Arend (2023): Data for Strain-resilient field-effect transistors based on wrinkled graphene/MoS2 heterostructures. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6434046_V1
This data set includes all of data related to strain-resilient FETs based on 2D heterostructures including optical images of FETs, Raman characteristics data, Transport measurement data, and AFM topography data.
2D materials; Stretchable electronics
planned publication date: 2024-01-01
Edmonds, Devin; Bach, Elizabeth; Colton, Andrea; Jaquet, Izabelle; Kessler, Ethan; Dreslik, Michael (2024): Data for Ornate Box Turtle (Terrapene ornata) Emergence. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-7298951_V1
These data were used to make a predictive model of when ornate box turtles (Terrapene ornata) are likely to be above ground and at risk from fire. The data were generated using shell temperatures, soil temperatures at 0.35 m deep from known overwintering sites, and the spring and fall soil temperature inversion dates during 2019–2022 to infer if 26 individual radio-tracked turtles were above or below ground at three sites in Illinois.
turtle; conservation; controlled burn; fire management; ectotherm; hibernation; brumation; reptile
Li, Shuai; Leakey, Andrew D.B.; Moller, Christopher A.; Montes, Christopher M.; Sacks, Erik J.; DeKyoung, Lee; Ainsworth, Elizabeth A. (2023): Similar photosynthetic, but different yield responses of C3 and C4 crops to elevated O3. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-9446886_V1
This dataset contains leaf photosynthetic and biochemical traits, plant biomass, and yield in five C3 crops (chickpea, rice, snap bean, soybean, wheat) and four C4 crops (sorghum, maize, Miscanthus × giganteus, switchgrass) grown under ambient and elevated O3 concentration ([O3]) in the field at free-air O3 concentration enrichment (O3-FACE) facilities over the past 20 years.
C3 and C4 crops; elevated O3; FACE; photosynthesis; yield
Zinnen, Jack; Matthews, Jeffrey W.; Zaya, David N. (2023): Genetic, demographic, and spatial information for a study of Phlox pilosa ssp. sangamonensis, and congeners. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-5376622_V1
Data are provided that are relevant to the rare plant Phlox pilosa ssp. sangamonensis, or Sangamon phlox, and other members of the genus that occur in its native range. Sangamon phlox is a state-endangered subspecies that is only known to occur in two Illinois counties. Data provided come from all known Sangamon phlox populations, which we estimate as 10 separate populations. Data include genetic data from DNA microsatellite loci (allele sizes and basic summaries), flowering population size estimates, rates of fruit set, and rates of seed set. Additionally, genetic data (from microsatellites) are provided for Phlox divaricata ssp. laphamii (three populations), Phlox pilosa ssp. pilosa (two populations), and Phlox pilosa ssp. fulgida (two populations).
Phlox; conservation genetics; microsatellites; endemism; rare plants
Dalling, James William (2023): Data for Zombie leaves: novel repurposing of senescent fronds in the tree fern Cyathea rojasiana for nutrient uptake in a tropical montane forest. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-2925327_V1
This file contains the delta 15N values for leaf material collected from Cyathea rojasiana tree ferns before and after fertilization using ammonium -15N chloride solution to determine whether 15N update is possible from senescent leaves. Details of the experiment are provided in the online supplement to the published paper. Briefly, In February 2022 we selected three mature C. rojasiana individuals 1-1.5m in height that had leaves rooted in the soil and one new developing (but unexpanded) leaf. For each fern, two plastic pots (10 x 10 x 12 cm) were filled with a 50:50 mixture of washed river sand and soil from the Chorro watershed. For each pot, one senescent leaf that was rooted in the soil was carefully excavated and its roots transplanted into the pot. Pots were then fertilized by adding 30 ml of a 0.02 M 15N solution of ammonium-15N chloride (98% 15N; Sigma-Aldrich 299251; St Louis, MO) to yield a target concentration of 2 µg15N cm-3 of soil. After fertilization pots were carefully enclosed within thick plastic bags, and sealed around the senescent leaf rachis to prevent leaching any of 15N from the pot to the surrounding soil. At the time of N fertilization, pinnae of the youngest fully expanded leaf were collected from each fern. One pinna was collected from the base of the leaf and one from the distal end of the leaf. In March 2022, after 28 days the roots were removed from pots and two additional leaf pinnae sampled from each fern: one from the base and one from the distal end of the youngest (now fully expanded) leaf. Leaf samples were dried for 72 hours at 60 C and then leaf lamina tissue finely ground with a bead beater. The delta 15N for each leaf sample determined at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign using a Thermo Delta V Advantage IRMS run in combination with a Costech 4010 Elemental Analyzer. Samples were run in continuous flow relative to laboratory standards that were calibrated with USGS 40, 41, and NBS 19 reference materials.
15N; Cyathea rojasiana; N fertilization; montane forest
Jeng, Amos; Bosch, Nigel; Perry, Michelle (2023): Data for: Phatic Expressions Influence Perceived Helpfulness in Online Peer Help-Giving: A Mixed Methods Study. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6591732_V1
This dataset was developed as part of an online survey study that investigates how phatic expressions—comments that are social rather than informative in nature—influence the perceived helpfulness of online peer help-giving replies in an asynchronous college course discussion forum. During the study, undergraduate students (N = 320) rated and described the helpfulness of examples of replies to online requests for help, both with and without four types of phatic expressions: greeting/parting tokens, other-oriented comments, self-oriented comments, and neutral comments.
help-giving; phatic expression; discussion forum; online learning; engagement
Zhang, Yue; Hossain, Mohammad Abir; Hwang, Kelly; Ferrari, Paolo; Maduzia, Joe; Pena, Tera; Wu, Stephen; Ertekin, Elif; van der Zande, Arend (2023): Dataset for Design and Pattern Strain in 2D materials. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-2595358_V1
Feng, Ling; Takiya, Daniela; Krishnankutty, Sindhu; Dietrich, Christopher; Zhang, Yalin (2023): NEXUS file for Phylogeny and Biogeography of the Sharpshooters (Hemiptera: Cicadellidae: Cicadellinae). University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-0855589_V1
The text file contains the original aligned DNA nucleotide sequence data used in the phylogenetic analyses of Feng et al. (in review), comprising the 3 protein-coding genes (histone H3, cytochrome oxidase I and 2) and 2 ribosomal genes (28S D8 and 16S). 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 257 taxa (species) and 2995 characters (nucleotide positions), 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 remainder of the file contains the aligned nucleotide sequence data for the five genes. Data partitions, representing the individual genes and different codon positions of the protein-coding genes, are indicated by the lines beginning "charset" near the end of the file. 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 data partitions used for analyses in the phylogenetic analysis program IQ-Tree (version 1.6.8) (Table S3), as described in the Methods section of the paper. The supplemental tables will also be linked to the article upon publication at the journal website.
Insect; leafhopper; dispersal; vicariance; evolution
Schneider, Jodi; Das, Susmita; Léveillé, Jacqueline ; Proescholdt, Randi (2023): Data for Post-retraction citation: A review of scholarly research on the spread of retracted science. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-3254797_V1
Data for Post-retraction citation: A review of scholarly research on the spread of retracted science Schneider, Jodi; Das, Susmita; Léveillé, Jacqueline; Proescholdt, Randi Contact: Jodi Schneider email@example.com & firstname.lastname@example.org ********** OVERVIEW ********** This dataset provides further analysis for an ongoing literature review about post-retraction citation. This ongoing work extends a poster presented as: Jodi Schneider, Jacqueline Léveillé, Randi Proescholdt, Susmita Das, and The RISRS Team. Characterization of Publications on Post-Retraction Citation of Retracted Articles. Presented at the Ninth International Congress on Peer Review and Scientific Publication, September 8-10, 2022 hybrid in Chicago. https://hdl.handle.net/2142/114477 (now also in https://peerreviewcongress.org/abstract/characterization-of-publications-on-post-retraction-citation-of-retracted-articles/ ) Items as of the poster version are listed in the bibliography 92-PRC-items.pdf. Note that following the poster, we made several changes to the dataset (see changes-since-PRC-poster.txt). For both the poster dataset and the current dataset, 5 items have 2 categories (see 5-items-have-2-categories.txt). Articles were selected from the Empirical Retraction Lit bibliography (https://infoqualitylab.org/projects/risrs2020/bibliography/ and https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5498474 ). The current dataset includes 92 items; 91 items were selected from the 386 total items in Empirical Retraction Lit bibliography version v.2.15.0 (July 2021); 1 item was added because it is the final form publication of a grouping of 2 items from the bibliography: Yang (2022) Do retraction practices work effectively? Evidence from citations of psychological retracted articles http://doi.org/10.1177/01655515221097623 Items were classified into 7 topics; 2 of the 7 topics have been analyzed to date. ********************** OVERVIEW OF ANALYSIS ********************** DATA ANALYZED: 2 of the 7 topics have been analyzed to date: field-based case studies (n = 20) author-focused case studies of 1 or several authors with many retracted publications (n = 15) FUTURE DATA TO BE ANALYZED, NOT YET COVERED: 5 of the 7 topics have not yet been analyzed as of this release: database-focused analyses (n = 33) paper-focused case studies of 1 to 125 selected papers (n = 15) studies of retracted publications cited in review literature (n = 8) geographic case studies (n = 4) studies selecting retracted publications by method (n = 2) ************** FILE LISTING ************** ------------------ BIBLIOGRAPHY ------------------ 92-PRC-items.pdf ------------------ TEXT FILES ------------------ README.txt 5-items-have-2-categories.txt changes-since-PRC-poster.txt ------------------ CODEBOOKS ------------------ Codebook for authors.docx Codebook for authors.pdf Codebook for field.docx Codebook for field.pdf Codebook for KEY.docx Codebook for KEY.pdf ------------------ SPREADSHEETS ------------------ field.csv field.xlsx multipleauthors.csv multipleauthors.xlsx multipleauthors-not-named.csv multipleauthors-not-named.xlsx singleauthors.csv singleauthors.xlsx *************************** DESCRIPTION OF FILE TYPES *************************** BIBLIOGRAPHY (92-PRC-items.pdf) presents the items, as of the poster version. This has minor differences from the current data set. Consult changes-since-PRC-poster.txt for details on the differences. TEXT FILES provide notes for additional context. These files end in .txt. CODEBOOKS describe the data we collected. The same data is provided in both Word (.docx) and PDF format. There is one general codebook that is referred to in the other codebooks: Codebook for KEY lists fields assigned (e.g., for a journal or conference). Note that this is distinct from the overall analysis in the Empirical Retraction Lit bibliography of fields analyzed; for that analysis see Proescholdt, Randi (2021): RISRS Retraction Review - Field Variation Data. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-2070560_V1 Other codebooks document specific information we entered on each column of a spreadsheet. SPREADSHEETS present the data collected. The same data is provided in both Excel (.xlsx) and CSV format. Each data row describes a publication or item (e.g., thesis, poster, preprint). For column header explainations, see the associated codebook. ***************************** DETAILS ON THE SPREADSHEETS ***************************** field-based case studies CODEBOOK: Codebook for field --REFERS TO: Codebook for KEY DATA SHEET: field REFERS TO: Codebook for KEY --NUMBER OF DATA ROWS: 20 NOTE: Each data row describes a publication/item. --NUMBER OF PUBLICATION GROUPINGS: 17 --GROUPED PUBLICATIONS: Rubbo (2019) - 2 items, Yang (2022) - 3 items author-focused case studies of 1 or several authors with many retracted publications CODEBOOK: Codebook for authors --REFERS TO: Codebook for KEY DATA SHEET 1: singleauthors (n = 9) --NUMBER OF DATA ROWS: 9 --NUMBER OF PUBLICATION GROUPINGS: 9 DATA SHEET 2: multipleauthors (n = 5 --NUMBER OF DATA ROWS: 5 --NUMBER OF PUBLICATION GROUPINGS: 5 DATA SHEET 3: multipleauthors-not-named (n = 1) --NUMBER OF DATA ROWS: 1 --NUMBER OF PUBLICATION GROUPINGS: 1 ********************************* CRediT <http://credit.niso.org> ********************************* Susmita Das: Conceptualization, Data curation, Investigation, Methodology Jaqueline Léveillé: Data curation, Investigation Randi Proescholdt: Conceptualization, Data curation, Investigation, Methodology Jodi Schneider: Conceptualization, Data curation, Funding acquisition, Investigation, Methodology, Project administration, Supervision
retraction; citation of retracted publications; post-retraction citation; data extraction for scoping reviews; data extraction for literature reviews;
Schneider, Amy; Suski, Cory; Esbaugh, Andrew (2023): Dataset for Silver carp experience metabolic and behavioral changes when exposed to water from the Chicago Area Waterway; implications for upstream movement. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-0037727_V1
Dalling, James William; Norden, Natalia (2023): La Planada Forest Dynamics Plot soils dataset. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6140727_V1
Complete soils dataset for the La Planada forest dynamics plot associated with publication: John et al. (2007) "Soil nutrients influence the spatial distributions of tropical tree species" PNAS 104:864-869 www.pnas.org/cgi/doi/10.1073/pnas.0604666104
tropical forest soil; montane forest; cation availability; spatial distribution of tree species
Tonks, Adam; Hwang, Jeongwoo (2023): Data for the paper "Assessment of spatiotemporal flood risk due to compound precipitation extremes across the contiguous United States". University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6626437_V1
This is the data used in the paper "Assessment of spatiotemporal flood risk due to compound precipitation extremes across the contiguous United States". Code from the Github repository https://github.com/adtonks/precip_extremes can be used with the data here to reproduce the paper's results. v1.0.0 of the code is also archived at https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8104252 This dataset is derived from NOAA-CIRES-DOE 20th Century Reanalysis V3. The NOAA-CIRES-DOE Twentieth Century Reanalysis Project version 3 used resources of the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center managed by Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory which is supported by the Office of Science of the U.S. Department of Energy under Contract No. DE-AC02-05CH11231 and used resources of NOAA's Remotely Deployed High Performance Computing Systems.
spatiotemporal; CONUS; United States; precipitation; extremes; flooding
Maffeo, Christopher; Wilson, Jim; Quednau, Lauren; Aksimentiev, Aleksei (2022): Simulation Trajectories for "DNA double helix, a tiny electromotor". University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6770800_V1
Trajectory data for Nature Nanotechnology manuscript "DNA double helix, a tiny electromotor" that demonstrates how an electric field applied along the helical axis of a DNA or RNA molecule will generate an electroosmotic flow that causes the duplex to spin about that axis, much like a turbine.
All-atom MD simulation; DNA; nanotechnology; motors and rotors
planned publication date: 2024-01-01
Long, Kira (2024): Supplementary files for dissertation "Hybridization dynamics and population genomics of a Manacus hybrid zone". University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6588343_V1
Supplementary data tables for the dissertation "Hybridization dynamics and population genomics of a Manacus hybrid zone." This work focuses on the dynamics of hybridization over time in two species of tropical birds, the golden-collared manakin (Manacus vitellinus) and white-collared manakin (Manacus candei) comparing data from historical museum samples and contemporary wild-caught birds. Table A1 contains the sample metadata for the Manacus Restriction site-associated DNA sequencing dataset used in the dissertation with associated NCBI Biosample Accession numbers, Smithsonian Museum of Natural History number (where applicable), sample IDs, sampling site locations, and sample information of year the sample was taken, age, and sex. Table A6 contains phenotypic measurements of male plumage traits of manakins used in cline analyses to assess hybrid zone movement over time in historical and contemporary datasets, including beard length (mm), epaulet width (mm), tail length (mm), collar color (nm), and belly color (nm). Table A7 contains a summary of male plumage measurements across the hybrid zone. Table C1 contains a list of annotated protein coding genes in candidate regions of interest in Manacus genomes using outlier regions of genomic divergence, linkage disequilibrium, and enrichment of parental private alleles.
csv; manacus; manakin; genomics; dissertation
Njuguna, Joyce; Clark, Lindsay; Lipka , Alexander; Anzoua, Kossonou; Bagmet, Larisa; Chebukin, Pavel; Dwiyanti, Maria; Dzyubenko, Elena; Dzyubenko, Nicolay; Ghimire, Bimal; Jin, Xiaoli; Johnson, Douglas; Nagano, Hironori; Peng, Junhua; Petersen, Karen; Sabitov, Andrey; Seong, Eun; Yamada, Toshihiko; Yoo, Ji; Yu, Chang; Zhao, Hu; Long, Stephen; Sacks, Erik (2023): Data for Genome-wide association and genomic prediction for yield and component traits of Miscanthus sacchariflorus. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-6439486_V1
The dataset is for a study conducted to understand genome-wide association (GWA) and genomic prediction of biomass yield and 14 yield-components traits in Miscanthus sacchariflorus. We evaluated a diversity panel with 590 accessions of M. sacchariflorus grown across four years in one subtropical and three temperate locations and genotyped with 268,109 single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs).
Miscanthus sacchariflorus; genome-wide association analysis; genomic prediction; bioenergy; biomass
Kantola, Ilsa B; Blanc-Betes, Elena; Masters, Michael; Chang, Elliot; Marklein, Alison; Moore, Caitlin; von Haden, Adam; Bernacchi, Carl; Wolf, Adam; Epihov, Dimitar; Beerling, David; DeLucia, Evan (2023): Data for Improved Net Carbon Budgets in the US Midwest through Direct Measured Impacts of Enhanced Weathering. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-1917166_V1
This data set contains data used for “Improved Net Carbon Budgets in the US Midwest through Direct Measured Impacts of Enhanced Weathering.” Data include biomass, soil bulk densities, soil respiration measurements, soil lanthanide element analysis, plant tissue analysis for major cations, and eddy covariance fluxes.
agriculture; bioenergy crop; carbon budget; eddy covariance; net ecosystem carbon balance; net primary production; soil respiration; enhanced weathering; carbon dioxide removal; Illinois
Atallah, Shady; Huang, Ju-Chin; Leahy, Jessica; Bennett, Karen P. (2023): Family Forest Landowner Preferences for Managing Invasive Species: Control Methods, Ecosystem Services, and Neighborhood Effects.. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. https://doi.org/10.13012/B2IDB-3482782_V1
This is a dataset from a choice experiment survey on family forest landowner preferences for managing invasive species.
ecosystem services, forests, invasive species control, neighborhood effect