Datasets: Datasets

  1. Inferred information (distance information) repository of Industry Foundation Classes (IFC)-based Building Information Modeling (BIM)

    2023-09-27 12:21:57 | Contributor(s): Fan Yang, Jiansong Zhang | doi:10.4231/V1ZH-ST79

    A collection of position and distance information for 242 components in building information modeling using two methods (manual and automatic).

  2. Effect of Gaze Diversion during Obstacle Crossing for Younger and Older Adults

    2023-09-26 18:54:24 | Contributor(s): Hye Young Cho, Shirley Rietdyk | doi:10.4231/PVYY-QF71

    We determined if sensory interference altered locomotor performance under low levels of cognitive, temporal, and gait demand, and if the change in performance is different for younger versus older adults.

  3. Volcanic-arc rock weathering in Puerto Rico

    2023-09-22 12:29:25 | Contributor(s): Angus K Moore, Kimberly Méndez-Méndez, K. Stephen Hughes, Darryl E Granger | doi:10.4231/5CMC-9W40

    Data on hydrology, weathering, and erosion in volcanic-arc rock watersheds in Puerto Rico collected 2020-2022.

  4. A Python tool converting geophone to DAS response

    2023-09-21 14:20:34 | Contributor(s): Oumeng Zhang, Douglas R Schmitt | doi:10.4231/ZD3Q-RV18

    This Python tool converts geophone data to DAS strain responses by integrating the displacement component along the fiber within the gauge length. The accuracy is validated through numerical experiments and comparison with plane wave analytical solution.

  5. Introduction histories and climatic distribution patterns among three congeneric invasive anurans

    2023-09-20 16:22:54 | Contributor(s): Jackson Kirkwood, Andrew Joseph Mularo, Addy E Messerly, Ximena E Bernal | doi:10.4231/XAKQ-0T30

    This study uses species occurrence data and climate data to understand the introduction histories of three invasive anurans and display the role of climate in the establishment success of invaders.

  6. Data for: Simulations and theory of power spectral density functions for time dependent and anharmonic Langevin oscillators

    2023-09-19 17:26:02 | Contributor(s): AbdAlGhaffar Amer, Francis Robicheaux | doi:10.4231/ESD1-KW13

    Data used in the figures of a paper to be published in Phys. Rev. E 108, 3 (2023) with short information in FILE_INFO.txt. Also contains .eps files and gnuplot routines.

  7. Context Pottery of the Boğsak Archaeological Survey: Processed Ceramics, 2015-2021. Data from all sites

    2023-09-19 12:12:57 | Contributor(s): Günder Varinlioglu, Noah Kaye, Stanislav Pejša, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh | doi:10.4231/SWE2-FX07

    The Boğsak Archaeological Survey Collection contains descriptions of more than 3500 pottery fragments collected between 2015 and 2021. The collection consists of five geographically distinct datasets.

  8. The Alpha-1A Adrenergic Receptor Regulates Mitochondrial Oxidative Metabolism in the Mouse Heart

    2023-09-18 15:13:44 | Contributor(s): Jessica M. Ellis, Christina R. Ferreira, Brian Jensen, Payton Sandroni | doi:10.4231/MJJV-F581

    Description of data: Abundance of long chain acylcarnitines, short and medium chain acylcarnitines, and metabolites in ventricular tissue determined via lipidomics from control and global α1A-AR knockout (aAR1KO) mice.

  9. Tahta Limanı Archaeological Survey: Processed Ceramics, 2015 and 2017

    2023-09-13 16:42:25 | Contributor(s): Günder Varinlioglu, Noah Kaye, Stanislav Pejša, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh | doi:10.4231/Z4YN-F967

    This dataset contains the processed ceramics of the pedestrian survey conducted in the areas of Tahta Limanı and Terimini by the Bogsak Archaeological Survey Project, 2016-2017.

  10. Mechanistic computational modeling of implantable, bioresorbable, drug release systems

    2023-09-11 20:06:37 | Contributor(s): Patrick Giolando, Kelsey Hopkins, Barrett Davis, Nicole Vike, Adib Ahmadzadegan, Areezo Ardekani, Pavlos Vlachos, Joseph V Rispoli, Luis Solorio, Tamara Kinzer-ursem | doi:10.4231/ASPM-SY16

    Computational model to predict the drug release profiles from implantable systems with a range of size and molecular weight. Offers new insight into the impact of various parameters on drug release profiles.

  11. Data for "Institutional hybridity and policy-motivated reasoning structure public evaluations of the Supreme Court"

    2023-09-12 12:14:54 | Contributor(s): Shana Kushner Gadarian, Logan R Strother | doi:10.4231/0BTG-8D39

    We find strong evidence that the Court’s hybrid legal-political nature enables a unique form of policy-motivated reasoning.

  12. Ovacık (Aphrodisias) Archaeological Survey: Processed Ceramics, 2017 through 2019

    2023-09-08 14:46:33 | Contributor(s): Günder Varinlioglu, Noah Kaye, Stanislav Pejša, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh | doi:10.4231/0EAN-DE59

    This dataset contains the processed ceramics of the pedestrian survey conducted at Ovacık - Aphrodisias by the Boğsak Archaeological Survey Project, 2017-2019.

  13. Analysis of Drone-based Last-mile Delivery Systems under Aerial Congestion: A Continuum Approximation Approach

    2023-09-07 16:58:11 | Contributor(s): Rui She, Yanfeng Ouyang | doi:10.4231/3R21-H908

    This study presents a systematic analysis and design framework for a spectrum of last-mile delivery systems that leverage unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs).

  14. Diversity of organic components in airborne waste discharged from sewer pipe repairs

    2023-09-05 19:30:14 | Contributor(s): Ana C Morales, Brianna Peterson, Christopher West, Yoorae Noh, Andrew Whelton, Alexander Laskin | doi:10.4231/TPKM-6075

    Repair of sewer pipes in urban areas using trenchless cured-in-place-pipe technology emits a complex mixture of organic species partitioning between the gas-, aqueous-, and solid-phases that contribute to the production of environmental nanoplastics.

  15. Reducing bias in density estimates for unmarked populations that exhibit reactive behavior towards camera traps

    2023-09-05 19:25:15 | Contributor(s): Rob Swihart, Zackary Delisle | doi:10.4231/YQXA-Y422

    Reactive behavior causes bias in density estimates from camera traps. We test several new and existing methods for reducing bias in density estimates through simulation.

  16. Artificial Intelligence for Optimal Truck Platooning: Impact on Autonomous Freight Delivery

    2023-09-05 17:17:04 | Contributor(s): Tong Liu, Hadi Meidani | doi:10.4231/JVXT-YQ42

    A data-driven surrogate model was proposed to predict the drag force and fuel-consumption rate of truck platoons.

  17. Pavement Distresses Due to Truck Platoons: A Holistic Analysis

    2023-09-05 15:18:05 | Contributor(s): Imad Al-Qadi, Hasan Ozer, Aravind Ramakrishnan, Ashraf Alrajhi | doi:10.4231/WEYJ-EG42

    The main goal of the study was to understand the effect of truck platoons qualitatively and quantitatively on pavement distresses.

  18. Enhancing Construction Work-Zone Safety by Passive Pavement-to-Vehicle Communication

    2023-09-01 18:24:00 | Contributor(s): Apidej Sakulneya, Jeffery Roesler | doi:10.4231/F281-ZZ69

    A laboratory-based experiment was developed to validate the theoretical configurations of smart work zones (SWZ) using passive pavement sensing.

  19. Time Lapse of Weather, Road Speeds, and INDOT Trucks and Salt Trails During a Winter Storm from December 22 to 25, 2022

    2023-08-29 16:46:32 | Contributor(s): Myles Wayne Overall, Justin Mahlberg, Howell Li, Jairaj Desai, Darcy M. Bullock | doi:10.4231/HZMK-WN34

    This time lapse shows interstate traffic speeds, doppler weather data, salt trails, and telematics data from Indiana Department of Transportation trucks during a winter storm on December 22 to 25, 2022.

  20. Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project (RCSP) Context Collection: Complete Dataset

    2023-08-28 13:26:43 | Contributor(s): Caroline Autret, Matthew Dillon, H. Asena Kızılarslanoğlu, Stanislav Pejša, Nicholas Kregotis Rauh | doi:10.4231/9SKX-FD80

    Complete dataset of the Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project (RCSP) Context Collection that contains descriptions of almost 10000 pottery fragments collected during the Rough Cilicia Archaeological Survey Project between 1996 and 2011.

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