Datasets: Datasets

  1. Evaluation of water-deficit responses in wild-by-cultivated rice introgression lines

    2022-10-04 13:22:15 | Contributor(s): Rachel Katrina Imel, Diane Ran Wang | doi:10.4231/0JP3-WK59

    Rice introgression lines were analyzed for their response to water-deficit conditions under controlled environments at Purdue University as well as a field setting in Stuttgart, Arkansas.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4097

  2. Heavy Fleet and Facilities Optimization: Electronic Tool for Generating Optimal Snow Routes (Python Version)

    2022-10-03 15:33:32 | Contributor(s): Runjia Du, Richard Ajagu, Ramanujam Ramaswamy, Sam Labi | doi:10.4231/VCTK-A223

    The Snow Route Generation tool helps INDOT’s winter operations personnel to generate snow removal routes in an optimal manner and minimize the deadhead miles of the trucks deployed in snow removal. The manual explains how to use the SRG tool.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4005

  3. Data and Code from: Humans prioritize walking efficiency or walking stability based on environmental risk

    2022-09-29 18:22:20 | Contributor(s): Ashwini Kulkarni, Chuyi Cui, Shirley Rietdyk, Satyajit S Ambike | doi:10.4231/J887-SN98

    Margin of stability (MOS) and MOS synergy indices that quantify coordination between the step length and the body's motion as healthy young adults approach and cross an obstacle. Code to generate figures from data.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4150

  4. Testing common tubing materials for memory effects during water vapor stable isotope measurements

    2022-09-29 00:00:00 | Contributor(s): Alexandra Meyer, Lisa Welp-Smith | doi:10.4231/TTQ4-3G44

    A laboratory experiment testing the water vapor isotopic memory of a few common air intake tubing materials (PFA, FEP, PTFE, HDPE, and copper). e-folding times are quantified at 2 different temperatures.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4130

  5. Trajectory Dataset for translation of driver-pedestrian behavioral models at semi- controlled crosswalks into a quantitative framework.

    2022-10-03 15:46:15 | Contributor(s): Jon D. Fricker, Yunchang Zhang | doi:10.4231/KMQX-R785

    On-site cameras provided a bird-eye view of an unsignalized crosswalk. Computer Vision algorithms generate a large-scale spatial-temporal trajectory dataset from more than three hours of videos.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4137

  6. Peatlands and their carbon dynamics in northern high latitudes from 1990 to 2300: A process-based biogeochemistry model analysis

    2022-09-20 18:02:32 | Contributor(s): Bailu Zhao, Qianlai Zhuang | doi:10.4231/QP7V-V527

    This study simulates the C dynamics of northern peatlands during1990-2300. Before 2100, northern peatlands are a C source under all climate scenarios except for the mildest one. Afterwards, northern peatlands under all scenarios are C sources.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4139

  7. Data and code from: Locomotion control during curb descent: Bilateral ground reaction variables covary consistently during the double support phase regardless of future foot placement constraints

    2022-09-16 12:02:24 | Contributor(s): Chuyi Cui, Ashwini Kulkarni, Shirley Rietdyk, Satyajit Ambike | doi:10.4231/65GZ-K658

    Spatial-temporal variables, foot placements, and synergy indices that quantify the coordination between the ground reaction variables under both feet while stepping down from a curb. Code for generating figures from the data.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4140

  8. BreakOut Automatic Picking From Image Logs (BOAPFIL)

    2022-09-06 15:18:58 | Contributor(s): Wenjing Wang, Douglas R Schmitt | doi:10.4231/Q677-QE32

    A Matlab-based algorithm that picks breakout azimuth and width from ultrasonic image logs automatically

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4068

  9. The establishment history of three invasive anuran species across the Florida peninsula

    2022-09-06 14:48:16 | Contributor(s): Andrew Joseph Mularo, James Andrew DeWoody, Ximena E Bernal | doi:10.4231/4AGY-FT54

    Associated data downloaded from both VertNet and the USGS Nonindigenous Aquatic Species Database for the publication "The establishment history of three invasive anuran species across the Florida peninsula"

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4108

  10. Volume Measurement of Biological Materials in Livestock or Vehicular Settings Using Computer Vision

    2022-08-25 13:22:31 | Contributor(s): Matthew B Rogers, Dennis Buckmaster | doi:10.4231/NE9P-HC76

    A Velodyne Puck VLP-16 LiDAR and a Carnegie Robotics Multisense S21 stereo camera were compared for use in dusty agricultural conditions in a dust chamber. Next, the stereo camera was used for volume measurements in a feed bunk and in a grain truck.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4111

  11. Data for Proteomics and Metabolomics Profiling of Meat Exudate to Understand the Impact of Postmortem Aging on Oxidative Stability of Beef Muscles

    2022-08-24 14:52:29 | Contributor(s): Bruce R Cooper, Derico Setyabrata, Uma K Aryal, Yuan H Kim | doi:10.4231/60Q7-GP95

    Metabolomics and proteomics data used in the proteomics and metabolomics profiling of meat exudate study

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4133

  12. Indiana’s Future Freight Traffic Optimization Model

    2022-08-18 18:20:22 | Contributor(s): Ananth V. Iyer, Steven Dunlop, Thomas Brady, Dutt J. Thakkar, Saichandar Naini, Srinath Jayan, Sanjayraj Mohanraj, Janani Srinvasan | doi:10.4231/X1M2-TV82

    The results of this study indicate that systematic, model-based capacity planning analysis can be used effectively in planning transportation infrastructure improvements that are linked to specific industry clusters.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4131

  13. Code for the severe convective storm (SCS) environmental sounding model described in Chavas and Dawson (2021, JAS).

    2022-08-16 14:59:27 | Contributor(s): Daniel Robert Chavas, Daniel Thomas Dawson | doi:10.4231/DP2D-YF95

    Code to produce an idealized severe convective storm (SCS) environmental sounding as described in the paper Chavas and Dawson (2021, JAS).

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4122

  14. Origin-Destination (O-D) Matrix from Indianapolis

    2022-08-16 12:52:40 | Contributor(s): Christos Gkartzonikas, Lisa Lorena Losada-Rojas, zimozhang1996@gmail.com, nadia@purdue.edu | doi:10.4231/543K-FR90

    The Origin-Destination matrix for Indy contains the flows of the 42 Transportation Analysis Zones surrounding the Indianapolis area. It also presents the total amount of travel within each region.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4123

  15. A genetic labeling system to study dendritic spine development in zebrafish

    2022-08-15 19:10:49 | Contributor(s): Elisabeth C DeMarco, George R Stoner, Estuardo Robles | doi:10.4231/0BQQ-DV64

    We have developed a genetic labeling system in zebrafish to enable high resolution in vivo imaging of dendritic spine dynamics during larval development.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4063

  16. Multinomial Logit models raw data for Chicago and Indianapolis

    2022-08-15 16:04:25 | Contributor(s): Lisa Lorena Losada-Rojas, Konstantina Gkritza | doi:10.4231/4SXF-5N11

    These two files contain information regarding a travel survey when respondents share travel habits and opinions regarding travel easiness. It is also the first NHTS effort to include health-related data with travel data.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4127

  17. Atmospheric emission of nanoplastics from sewer pipes repair

    2022-08-12 14:48:10 | Contributor(s): Ana Morales, Jay Tomlin, Christopher West, Felipe Rivera-Adorno, Brianna Peterson, Steven Sharpe, Yoorae Noh, Seyedeh Sendesi, Brandon Boor, John Howarter, Ryan Moffet, Swarup China, Brian O'Callahan, Patrick El-Khoury, Andrew Whelton, Alexander Laskin | doi:10.4231/XR71-ZM27

    Common technology of sewer pipe repairs emits airborne nanoplastic particles at significant scale that may impact the environment and air quality in urban areas.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4129

  18. In-vehicle Alerts for Conditionally Automated Vehicles

    2022-08-10 19:44:25 | Contributor(s): Dustin J Souders, Shubham Agrawal, Irina Benedyk, Yuntao Guo, Srinivas Peeta | doi:10.4231/JGHH-F716

    Driving simulator study data collected at Purdue University from 2018-2019. Participants came in to the lab and completed the 2.5 hour long study that investigated the effects of different introductory information on take-over performance.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4118

  19. Rain stable water isotope data from the city of Arequipa, Peru during 2019 wet season

    2022-08-09 16:38:49 | Contributor(s): Lisa Welp, Elizabeth Olson, Adriana Larrea Valdivia, Juan Reyes Larico, Efraín Palma Arhuir, Lino Morales Paredes, Jonathan DeGraw, Greg Michalski | doi:10.4231/HTSF-GK66

    We analyzed daily rainfall in the southern Peruvian city of Arequipa for water stable isotopes during the 2019 monsoon season to study sub-seasonal precipitation dynamics including time-varying moisture source influence.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4121

  20. Highly Transportation Disadvantaged Areas Indianapolis

    2022-08-10 19:53:47 | Contributor(s): Lisa Lorena Losada-Rojas, Christos Gkartzonikas, Raul F. Elizondo Candanedo, Konstantina Gkritza | doi:10.4231/12HS-8G97

    This file contains areas designated as highly transportation disadvantaged in Indianapolis. These two areas were outlined using three different measures and publicly available data. The methodology is replicable and can be used in other cities.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4126

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