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published: 2018-12-20
File Name: WordsSelectedByManualAnalysis.csv Data Preparation: Xiaoru Dong, Linh Hoang Date of Preparation: 2018-12-14 Data Contributions: Jingyi Xie, Xiaoru Dong, Linh Hoang Data Source: Cochrane systematic reviews published up to January 3, 2018 by 52 different Cochrane groups in 8 Cochrane group networks. Associated Manuscript authors: Xiaoru Dong, Jingyi Xie, Linh Hoang, and Jodi Schneider. Associated Manuscript, Working title: Machine classification of inclusion criteria from Cochrane systematic reviews. Description: this file contains the list of 407 informative words reselected from the 1655 words by manual analysis. In particular, from the 1655 words that we got from information gain feature selection, we then manually read and eliminated the domain specific words. The remaining words then were selected into the "Manual Analysis Words" as the results. Notes: Even though the list of words in this file was selected manually. However, in order to reproduce the relevant data to this, please get the code of the project published on GitHub at: https://github.com/XiaoruDong/InclusionCriteria and run the code following the instruction provided.
keywords: Inclusion criteria; Randomized controlled trials; Machine learning; Systematic reviews
published: 2018-12-20
File Name: WordsSelectedByInformationGain.csv Data Preparation: Xiaoru Dong, Linh Hoang Date of Preparation: 2018-12-12 Data Contributions: Jingyi Xie, Xiaoru Dong, Linh Hoang Data Source: Cochrane systematic reviews published up to January 3, 2018 by 52 different Cochrane groups in 8 Cochrane group networks. Associated Manuscript authors: Xiaoru Dong, Jingyi Xie, Linh Hoang, and Jodi Schneider. Associated Manuscript, Working title: Machine classification of inclusion criteria from Cochrane systematic reviews. Description: the file contains a list of 1655 informative words selected by applying information gain feature selection strategy. Information gain is one of the methods commonly used for feature selection, which tells us how many bits of information the presence of the word are helpful for us to predict the classes, and can be computed in a specific formula [Jurafsky D, Martin JH. Speech and language processing. London: Pearson; 2014 Dec 30].We ran Information Gain feature selection on Weka -- a machine learning tool. Notes: In order to reproduce the data in this file, please get the code of the project published on GitHub at: https://github.com/XiaoruDong/InclusionCriteria and run the code following the instruction provided.
keywords: Inclusion criteria; Randomized controlled trials; Machine learning; Systematic reviews
published: 2018-10-17
This is the dataset used in the Ecological Applications publication of the same name. This dataset consists of the following files: Internal.Community.Data.txt Regional.Community.Data.txt Site.Attributes.txt Year.Of.Final.Bio.Monitoring.txt Internal.Community.Data.txt is a site and plot by species matrix. Column labeled SITE consists of site IDs. Column labeled Plot consists of Plot numbers. All other columns represent species relative abundances per plot. Regional.Community.Data.txt is a site by species matrix of relative abundances. Column labeled site consists of site IDs. All other columns represent species relative abundances per site. Site.attributes.txt is a matrix of site attributes. Column labeled SITE consists of site IDs. Column labeled Long represents longitude in decimal degrees. Column labeled Lat represents latitude in decimal degrees. Column labeled Richness represents species richness of sites calculated from Regional Community Data. Column labeled NAT_COMP_REST represents designation as a randomly selected natural wetland (NAT), compensation wetland (COMP) or reference quality natural wetland (REF). Column labeled HQ_LQ_COMP represents designation as high quality (HQ), low quality (LQ) or compensation wetland (COMP). Column labeled SAMPLING_YEAR_INTERNAL represents year data used for analysis of internal β-diversity was gathered. Column labeled SAMPLING_YEAR_REGIONAL represents year data used for analysis of regional β-diversity was gathered. Column labeled TRANSECT_LENGTH represents length in meters of initial sampling transect. INAI_GRADE represents Illinois Natural Areas Inventory grades assigned to each site. Grades range from A for highest quality natural areas to E for lowest quality natural areas. Year.Of.Final.Bio.Monitoring.txt is a table representing years of final monitoring of compensation wetlands as mandated by the US Army Corps of Engineers. Column labeled Site consists of site IDs. Column labeled YR_FIN_BIO_MON consists of years of final monitoring. Entries of N/A represent dates that were unable to be located. More information about this dataset: Interested parties can request data from the Critical Trends Assessment Program, which was the source for data on naturally occurring wetlands in this study. More information on the program and data requests can be obtained by visiting the program webpage. Critical Trends Assessment Program, Illinois Natural History Survey. http://wwx.inhs.illinois.edu/research/ctap/
keywords: biodiversity; wetlands; wetland mitigation; biotic homogenization; beta diversity
published: 2018-11-21
This set of scripts accompanies the manuscript describing the R package polyRAD, which uses DNA sequence read depth to estimate allele dosage in diploids and polyploids. Using several high-confidence SNP datasets from various species, allelic read depth from a typical RAD-seq dataset was simulated, then genotypes were estimated with polyRAD and other software and compared to the true genotypes, yielding error estimates.
keywords: R programming language; genotyping-by-sequencing (GBS); restriction site-associated DNA sequencing (RAD-seq); polyploidy; single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP); Bayesian genotype calling; simulation
published: 2018-10-24
This dataset was compiled between 2010 and 2011 from data published in the scientific literature from articles evaluating the influence of cropping systems and soil management practices on soil organic Carbon. We used the Thomas Reuter Web of Science database and by reviewed the reference sections of key peer-reviewed articles. Articles included in the database presented results from field sites within the continental United States.
keywords: Cropping systems; soil management; soil organic carbon; soil quality.
published: 2016-08-16
This archive contains all the alignments and trees used in the HIPPI paper [1]. The pfam.tar archive contains the PFAM families used to build the HMMs and BLAST databases. The file structure is: ./X/Y/initial.fasttree ./X/Y/initial.fasta where X is a Pfam family, Y is the cross-fold set (0, 1, 2, or 3). Inside the folder are two files, initial.fasta which is the Pfam reference alignment with 1/4 of the seed alignment removed and initial.fasttree, the FastTree-2 ML tree estimated on the initial.fasta. The query.tar archive contains the query sequences for each cross-fold set. The associated query sequences for a cross-fold Y is labeled as query.Y.Z.fas, where Z is the fragment length (1, 0.5, or 0.25). The query files are found in the splits directory. [1] Nguyen, Nam-Phuong D, Mike Nute, Siavash Mirarab, and Tandy Warnow. (2016) HIPPI: Highly Accurate Protein Family Classification with Ensembles of HMMs. To appear in BMC Genomics.
keywords: HIPPI dataset; ensembles of profile Hidden Markov models; Pfam
published: 2018-12-13
The dataset contains a complete example (inputs, outputs, codes, intermediate results, visualization webpage) of executing Height Above Nearest Drainage HAND workflow with CyberGIS-Jupyter.
keywords: cybergis; hydrology; Jupyter
published: 2016-08-02
These data are the result of a multi-step process aimed at enriching BIBFRAME RDF with linked data. The process takes in an initial MARC XML file, transforms it to BIBFRAME RDF/XML, and then four separate python files corresponding to the BIBFRAME 1.0 model (Work, Instance, Annotation, and Authority) are run over the BIBFRAME RDF/XML output. The input and outputs of each step are included in this data set. Input file types include the CSV; MARC XML; and Master RDF/XML Files. The CSV contain bibliographic identifiers to e-books. From CSVs a set of MARC XML are generated. The MARC XML are utilized to produce the Master RDF file set. The major outputs of the enrichment code produce BIBFRAME linked data as Annotation RDF, Instance RDF, Work RDF, and Authority RDF.
keywords: BIBFRAME; Schema.org; linked data; discovery; MARC; MARCXML; RDF
published: 2017-08-11
Enclosed in this dataset are transport data of kagome connected artificial spin ice networks composed of permalloy nanowires. The data herein are reproductions of the data seen in Appendix B of the dissertation titled "Magnetotransport of Connected Artificial Spin Ice". Field sweeps with the magnetic field applied in-plane were performed in 5 degree increments for armchair orientation kagome artificial spin ice and zigzag orientation kagome artificial spin ice.
keywords: Magnetotransport; artificial spin ice; nanowires
published: 2016-08-18
Copyright Review Management System renewals by year, data from Table 2 of the article "How Large is the ‘Public Domain’? A comparative Analysis of Ringer’s 1961 Copyright Renewal Study and HathiTrust CRMS Data."
keywords: copyright; copyright renewals; HathiTrust
published: 2018-04-19
Prepared by Vetle Torvik 2018-04-15 The dataset comes as a single tab-delimited ASCII encoded file, and should be about 717MB uncompressed. &bull; How was the dataset created? First and last names of authors in the Author-ity 2009 dataset was processed through several tools to predict ethnicities and gender, including Ethnea+Genni as described in: <i>Torvik VI, Agarwal S. Ethnea -- an instance-based ethnicity classifier based on geocoded author names in a large-scale bibliographic database. International Symposium on Science of Science March 22-23, 2016 - Library of Congress, Washington, DC, USA. http://hdl.handle.net/2142/88927</i> <i>Smith, B., Singh, M., & Torvik, V. (2013). A search engine approach to estimating temporal changes in gender orientation of first names. Proceedings Of The ACM/IEEE Joint Conference On Digital Libraries, (JCDL 2013 - Proceedings of the 13th ACM/IEEE-CS Joint Conference on Digital Libraries), 199-208. doi:10.1145/2467696.2467720</i> EthnicSeer: http://singularity.ist.psu.edu/ethnicity <i>Treeratpituk P, Giles CL (2012). Name-Ethnicity Classification and Ethnicity-Sensitive Name Matching. Proceedings of the Twenty-Sixth Conference on Artificial Intelligence (pp. 1141-1147). AAAI-12. Toronto, ON, Canada</i> SexMachine 0.1.1: <a href="https://pypi.python.org/pypi/SexMachine/">https://pypi.org/project/SexMachine</a> First names, for some Author-ity records lacking them, were harvested from outside bibliographic databases. &bull; The code and back-end data is periodically updated and made available for query at <a href ="http://abel.ischool.illinois.edu">Torvik Research Group</a> &bull; What is the format of the dataset? The dataset contains 9,300,182 rows and 10 columns 1. auid: unique ID for Authors in Author-ity 2009 (PMID_authorposition) 2. name: full name used as input to EthnicSeer) 3. EthnicSeer: predicted ethnicity; ARA, CHI, ENG, FRN, GER, IND, ITA, JAP, KOR, RUS, SPA, VIE, XXX 4. prop: decimal between 0 and 1 reflecting the confidence of the EthnicSeer prediction 5. lastname: used as input for Ethnea+Genni 6. firstname: used as input for Ethnea+Genni 7. Ethnea: predicted ethnicity; either one of 26 (AFRICAN, ARAB, BALTIC, CARIBBEAN, CHINESE, DUTCH, ENGLISH, FRENCH, GERMAN, GREEK, HISPANIC, HUNGARIAN, INDIAN, INDONESIAN, ISRAELI, ITALIAN, JAPANESE, KOREAN, MONGOLIAN, NORDIC, POLYNESIAN, ROMANIAN, SLAV, THAI, TURKISH, VIETNAMESE) or two ethnicities (e.g., SLAV-ENGLISH), or UNKNOWN (if no one or two dominant predictons), or TOOSHORT (if both first and last name are too short) 8. Genni: predicted gender; 'F', 'M', or '-' 9. SexMac: predicted gender based on third-party Python program (default settings except case_sensitive=False); female, mostly_female, andy, mostly_male, male) 10. SSNgender: predicted gender based on US SSN data; 'F', 'M', or '-'
keywords: Androgyny; Bibliometrics; Data mining; Search engine; Gender; Semantic orientation; Temporal prediction; Textual markers
published: 2018-12-01
Ammonia flux measurement data using flux gradient and relaxed eddy accumulation methods, and ancillary environmental data collected during the 2014 corn-growing season in Central Illinois, USA. This excel file contains two spreadsheets: one README sheet, and one sheet containing all data. These data were used in the development of the manuscript titled "Ammonia Flux Measurements above a Corn Canopy using Relaxed Eddy Accumulation and a Flux Gradient System."
keywords: Ammonia; Bi-directional Flux; Corn; Relaxed Eddy Accumulation; Flux Gradient; Urease Inhibitor
published: 2018-10-05
Supplementary Material for article entitled: "Identifying marginal land for multifunctional perennial cropping systems in the Upper Sangamon River Watershed, Illinois". The material includes the methodology of GIS RUSLE model and details of the suitability analysis variables.
keywords: RUSLE model; land use; agricululture
published: 2018-10-03
This dataset is the result of three crawls of the web performed in May 2018. The data contains raw crawl data and instrumentation captured by OpenWPM-Mobile, as well as analysis that identifies which scripts access mobile sensors, which ones perform some of browser fingerprinting, as well as clustering of scripts based on their intended use. The dataset is described in the included README.md file; more details about the methodology can be found in our ACM CCS'18 paper: Anupam Das, Gunes Acar, Nikita Borisov, Amogh Pradeep. The Web's Sixth Sense: A Study of Scripts Accessing Smartphone Sensors. In Proceedings of the 25th ACM Conference on Computer and Communications Security (CCS), Toronto, Canada, October 15–19, 2018. (Forthcoming)
keywords: mobile sensors; web crawls; browser fingerprinting; javascript
published: 2018-09-26
Nucleotide sequences from wild parsnip CYP71AJ4 (angelic in synthase. <a href ="https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nuccore/EF191021">Genbank EF191021</a>) were obtained by Sanger sequencing. Seeds from individual plants from different populations were harvested to obtain corresponding cDNA. The cDNA was cloned and directly sequenced. Aminoacid translations were obtained using standard codon usage. Alignments of CYP71AJ4 sequences (involved in angular furanocoumarin biosynthesis) with as the reference sequence. Consistent amino acid variabilities were found between some populations. The relationship between sequencing variability and selective pressure is not yet known.
keywords: Pastinaca sativa; parsnip; furanocoumarins; psoralen
published: 2018-09-04
This dataset contains records of five years of interlibrary loan (ILL) transactions for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library. It is for the materials lent to other institutions during period 2009-2013. It includes 169,890 transactions showing date; borrowing institution’s type, state and country; material format, imprint city, imprint country, imprint region, call number, language, local circulation count, ILL lending count, and OCLC holdings count. The dataset was generated putting together monthly ILL reports. Circulation and ILL lending fields were added from the ILS records. Borrower region and imprint region fields are created based on Title VI Region List. OCLC holdings field has been added from WorldCat records.
keywords: Interlibrary Loan; ILL; Lending; OCLC Holding; Library; Area Studies; Collection; Circulation; Collaborative; Shared; Resource Sharing
published: 2018-08-29
This dataset contains best estimates of the particle size distribution and measurements of the radar reflectivity factor and total water content for instances where ground-based radar and airborne microphysical observations were considered collocated with each other.
keywords: MC3E; MCS; GPM; microphysics; radar; aircraft; ice
published: 2018-08-02
Weather data used in the survival (mark-recapture) analysis of Swainson's Thrushes crossing the Gulf of Mexico
keywords: weather; Gulf of Mexico; Thrushes
published: 2018-08-02
Data used to estimate the survival of Swainson's Thrushes crossing the Gulf of Mexico.
keywords: capture history; thrush; survival
published: 2018-05-16
These data are for two companion papers on use of LSPIV obtained from UAS (i.e. drones) to measure flow structure in streams. The LSPIV1 folder contains spreadsheet data used in each case referred to in Table 1 in the manuscript. In the spreadsheets, there is a cell that denotes which figure was constructed with which data. The LSPIV2 folder contains spreadsheets with data used for the constructed figures, and are labeled by figure.
keywords: LSPIV; drone; UAS; flow structure; rivers
published: 2018-08-06
This annotation study compared RobotReviewer's data extraction to that of three novice data extractors, using six included articles synthesized in one Cochrane review: Bailey E, Worthington HV, van Wijk A, Yates JM, Coulthard P, Afzal Z. Ibuprofen and/or paracetamol (acetaminophen) for pain relief after surgical removal of lower wisdom teeth. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2013; CD004624; doi:10.1002/14651858.CD004624.pub2 The goal was to assess the relative advantage of RobotReviewer's data extraction with respect to quality.
keywords: RobotReviewer; annotation; information extraction; data extraction; systematic review automation; systematic reviewing;
published: 2018-08-03
These data include information on a field experiment on Castilleja coccinea (L.) Spreng., scarlet Indian paintbrush (Orobanchaceae). There is intraspecific variation in scarlet Indian paintbrush in the color of the bracts surrounding the flowers. Two bract color morphs were included in this study, the scarlet and yellow morphs. The experiment was conducted at Illinois Beach State Park in 2012. The aim of the work was to compare the color morphs with regard to 1) self-compatibility, 2) response to pollinator exclusion, 3) cross-compatibility between the color morphs, and 4) relative female fertility and male fitness. Three files are attached with this record. The raw data are in "fruitSet.csv" and "seedSet.csv", while "readme.txt" has detailed explanations of the raw data files.
keywords: Castilleja coccinea; Orobanchaceae; floral color polymorphism; bract color polymorphism; breeding system; hand-pollination; self-compatibility; reproductive assurance
published: 2018-07-28
This dataset presents a citation analysis and citation context analysis used in Linh Hoang, Frank Scannapieco, Linh Cao, Yingjun Guan, Yi-Yun Cheng, and Jodi Schneider. Evaluating an automatic data extraction tool based on the theory of diffusion of innovation. Under submission. We identified the papers that directly describe or evaluate RobotReviewer from the list of publications on the RobotReviewer website <http://www.robotreviewer.net/publications>, resulting in 6 papers grouped into 5 studies (we collapsed a conference and journal paper with the same title and authors into one study). We found 59 citing papers, combining results from Google Scholar on June 05, 2018 and from Scopus on June 23, 2018. We extracted the citation context around each citation to the RobotReviewer papers and categorized these quotes into emergent themes.
keywords: RobotReviewer; citation analysis; citation context analysis
published: 2018-07-25
The PDF describes the process and data used for the heuristic user evaluation described in the related article “<i>Evaluating an automatic data extraction tool based on the theory of diffusion of innovation</i>” by Linh Hoang, Frank Scannapieco, Linh Cao, Yingjun Guan, Yi-Yun Cheng, and Jodi Schneider (under submission).<br /> Frank Scannapieco assessed RobotReviewer data extraction performance on ten articles in 2018-02. Articles are included papers from an update review: Sabharwal A., G.-F.I., Stellrecht E., Scannapeico F.A. <i>Periodontal therapy to prevent the initiation and/or progression of common complex systemic diseases and conditions</i>. An update. Periodontol 2000. In Press. <br/> The form was created in consultation with Linh Hoang and Jodi Schneider. To do the assessment, Frank Scannapieco entered PDFs for these ten articles into RobotReviewer and then filled in ten evaluation forms, based on the ten Robot Reviewer automatic data extraction reports. Linh Hoang analyzed these ten evaluation forms and synthesized Frank Scannapieco’s comments to arrive at the evaluation results for the heuristic user evaluation.
keywords: RobotReviewer; systematic review automation; data extraction
published: 2018-07-13
Qualitative Data collected from the websites of undergraduate research journals between October, 2014 and May, 2015. Two CSV files. The first file, "Sample", includes the sample of journals with secondary data collected. The second file, "Population", includes the remainder of the population for which secondary data was not collected. Note: That does not add up to 800 as indicated in article, rows were deleted for journals that had broken links or defunct websites during random sampling process.
keywords: undergraduate research; undergraduate journals; scholarly communication; libraries; liaison librarianship