Datasets: Datasets

  1. Highly Transportation Disadvantaged Area Chicago

    2022-08-10 19:51:13 | Contributor(s): Lisa Lorena Losada-Rojas, Christos Gkartzonikas, Raul F. Elizondo Candanedo, Konstantina Gkritza | doi:10.4231/HYGW-T670

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

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4125

  2. Leopard Frog PFOS & PFHxS Mixture Study

    2022-08-03 17:57:49 | Contributor(s): Tyler D. Hoskins, Elizabeth B Allmon, Wes Flynn, Linda S. Lee, Youn jJong Choi, Jason T. Hoverman, Maria S. SepĂșlveda | doi:10.4231/SSV5-5E21

    Leopard frog tadpoles exposed to either 0.5 ppb or 1 ppb of either PFOS or PFHxS or a mixture of 0.5 ppb PFOS and 0.5 ppb PFHxS throughout metamorphosis. Responses measured included survival, mass, SVL, SMI, PFAS body burdens, and BCFs.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4119

  3. Simulation codes and data for "Reduced modeling and global instability of finite-Reynolds-number flow in compliant rectangular channels"

    2022-08-03 14:18:13 | Contributor(s): Xiaojia Wang, Ivan C. Christov | doi:10.4231/SX6D-1370

    Zip files with codes and data to make the plots in the manuscript "Reduced modeling and global instability of finite-Reynolds-number flow in compliant rectangular channels" by Wang & Christov (2022).

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4115

  4. Aerial Fluvial Image Dataset (AFID) for Semantic Segmentation

    2022-07-20 19:38:45 | Contributor(s): Zihan Wang, Li-Fan Wu, Nina Mahmoudian | doi:10.4231/B129-XD47

    816 2K/2.7K per-pixel annotated images with 8 classes: River, Boat, Bridge, Sky, Forest vegetation, Dry sediment, Drone self and Obstacle in river. Fluvial scenes are from Wabash River and Wildcat Creek in Indiana, USA.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4105

  5. Development of In-vehicle Information Dissemination Mechanisms to Reduce Cognitive Burden in the Information-rich Driving Environment

    2022-07-18 19:44:59 | Contributor(s): Shubham Agrawal, Irina Benedyk, Srinivas Peeta | doi:10.4231/QVDH-1124

    Processed driving simulator data collected at NEXTRANS Center, Purdue University. Data features synchronized EEG band powers around an instance of auditory travel information and contains demographic, information scenario, and trip details.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4104

  6. Tropical cyclone size is strongly limited by the Rhines scale: experiments with a barotropic model

    2022-07-18 13:36:53 | Contributor(s): Kuan-Yu Lu, Daniel Chavas | doi:10.4231/CVXJ-AZ94

    Scripts and data we used to generate all figures in Lu and Chavas 2022

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4027

  7. Expression of Stay-Green in Dhurrin-Free Sorghum

    2022-07-15 19:10:39 | Contributor(s): Shelby M Gruss, Mitchell R Tuinstra | doi:10.4231/4ABA-TW22

    This data examines the effects dhurrin production has on the stay-green trait by utilizing near isogenic lines, near isogenic backcrosses, and near isogenic hybrids varying in dhurrin production.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/3982

  8. Cooperative Control Mechanism for Platoon Formation of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles

    2022-07-08 14:40:29 | Contributor(s): Srinivas Peeta, Jian Wang, Yu Wang, Chaojie Wang, Anye Zhou, Samuel Labi | doi:10.4231/S6JE-ME83

    The dataset of CCAT project "Cooperative Control Mechanism for Platoon Formation of Connected and Autonomous Vehicles"

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4098

  9. Virtual Reality-Educational Program for Developing Business Communication Skills in Manufacturing Technician Education

    2022-07-06 13:35:53 | Contributor(s): Mesut Akdere, Kris Acheson, Yeling Jiang, Jason Doty, Austin Creasy, Joseph Fuehne, Robert Goosen, Lan Jin, Nastasha E Johnson, Thomas Lucas, Natalie Medich, Andrew Schaffer, H Parker, Jacquelyn Thomas-Miller, Rustin Webster | doi:10.4231/95JJ-BW82

    The simulation immerses learners in a manufacturing case focusing on developing business communication skills through intercultural competence.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4082

  10. Pedestrian-Vehicle Interaction in a CAV Environment: Explanatory Metrics

    2022-07-05 19:17:09 | Contributor(s): Yunchang Zhang, Jon Fricker | doi:10.4231/0YGE-HT33

    3 journal articles and 3 conference articles were produced from this project. The research from this advanced research project was disseminated to over 200 people from industry, government, and academia.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4081

  11. Modeling of Drying of Droplets Containing Passive Solid Particles in Airflow

    2022-06-27 19:54:12 | Contributor(s): Siavash Zamani | doi:10.4231/CD54-GY66

    A 2D/3D FVM solver to model drying of a droplet containing passive Lagrangian particles in airflow. Includes: height function method (fully parallelized), interface mass transfer, spring-mass-damper for balancing droplet.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4084

  12. Ecological correlates of extinction risk and persistence of direct-developing stream-dwelling frogs in Mesoamerica

    2022-06-20 12:48:52 | Contributor(s): Hector H Zumbado-Ulate, Catherine Searle | doi:10.4231/E3V1-GT04

    List of CSV files used to produce the models

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4078

  13. Data for Characterization of Acoustic Emissions from Analogue Rocks using Sparse Regression-DMDc

    2022-06-14 12:06:22 | Contributor(s): Chven Mitchell, Charles Fieseler, Laura J Pyrak-Nolte, Nathan Kutz | doi:10.4231/4K64-4818

    Acoustic waveforms collected during the monitoring of moisture loss in synthetic rock samples composed of mortar, and mortar with either distributed clay or localized clay, under ambient laboratory conditions.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4077

  14. Spring and autumn phenology data from a northern red oak (Quercus rubra) common garden in West Lafayette, IN from 2013-2020.

    2022-06-13 15:53:58 | Contributor(s): Jonathan Knott, Liang Liang, Jeffrey S Dukes, Robert Swihart, Songlin Fei | doi:10.4231/C2WH-Y183

    The files in this repository contain autumn and spring phenology data from a northern red oak (Quercus rubra) common garden at Martell Forest, West Lafayette, IN.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4070

  15. River Obstacle Segmentation En-route By USV Dataset (ROSEBUD)

    2022-06-12 14:00:00 | Contributor(s): Reeve David Lambert, Jianwen Li, Jalil Francisco Chavez Galaviz, Zihan Wang, Nina Mahmoudian | doi:10.4231/MMJ2-NH88

    This dataset contains stills from video taken on Sugar Creek and the Wabash River in the US state of Indiana. Images are hand annotated to provide training and testing data for semantic segmentation networks.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4072

  16. Chemical Composition and Morphological Analysis of Atmospheric Particles from an Intensive Bonfire Burning Festival

    2022-06-10 18:19:29 | Contributor(s): Jay Tomlin, Johannes Weis, Daniel Veghte, Swarup China, Matthew Fraund, Quanfu He, Naama Reicher, Chunlin Li, Kevin Jankowski, Felipe Rivera-Adorno, Ana Morales, Yinon Rudich, Ryan Moffet, Mary Gilles, Alexander Laskin | doi:10.4231/TB6F-SJ55

    Chemical imaging of atmospheric particles during the 2018 Lag Ba'Omer festival provided quantitative description of individual particle composition and mixing states to characterize the temporal evolution of biomass burning particles.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4064

  17. Code for tropical cyclone wind profile model of Chavas et al (2015, JAS)

    2022-06-06 15:39:07 | Contributor(s): Daniel Robert Chavas | doi:10.4231/CZ4P-D448

    This code will output a tropical cyclone near-surface wind profile as defined in Chavas et al (2015, JAS); MATLAB or python version

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4066

  18. Data and code for Estimating statewide carrying capacity of bobcat (Lynx rufus) using improved maximum clique algorithms

    2022-06-02 17:40:25 | Contributor(s): Landon Jones, Robert Swihart, David Gleich, Geriann Albers, Scott Johnson, Cassie Hudson, Patrick Zollner | doi:10.4231/D5TH-9D64

    Example data and code to run maximum clique analysis for female bobcat (Lynx rufus) territories in the state of Indiana, USA

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4058

  19. A Machine Learning Approach to Design of Aperiodic, Clustered-Dot Halftone Screens via Direct Binary Search

    2022-06-01 12:56:13 | Contributor(s): Tal Frank, Jiayin Liu, Shani Gat, Oren Haik, Orel Bat Mor, Itamar Roth, Jan Allebach, Yitzhak Yitzhaky | doi:10.4231/AMGQ-0T59

    This dataset contains two parts: one has halftone patches that were used to predicts the quality level and scale using machine learning methods. The second part contains full versions of halftone images so viewers can zoom in to see the details.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4061

  20. Surface boundary layer turbulence on an 11% slope.

    2022-05-31 18:55:46 | Contributor(s): Richard H Grant | doi:10.4231/3PT4-GD65

    Surface Boundary Layer Turbulence measurements in presence of mesoscale slope flow of 11% slope.

    https://purr.purdue.edu/publications/4062

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