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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Akame, Laounta; Alhadji, Ibrahim; Belguidoum, Saïd; Bodian, Ansoumana; Boukpessi, Tchaa; Brahim, Nadhem; Candela, Thomas; Chevret, Célia; Dembele, Djénéba; Dembele, Sidi; +26 more
    Publisher: Claude Martin
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oege Dijk; oegesam; Ray Bell; Lily; Achim Gädke; Simon-Free; Brandon Serna; rajgupt; yanhong-zhao-ef; Anamaria Todor; +5 more
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Version 0.4.1 New Features added routes_pathname_prefix:str=None, requests_pathname_prefix:str=None, to ExplainerDashboard to help running the dashboard on e.g. Sagemaker Bug Fixes Bug with plotly showticklabels=False changed to tickfont=dict(color="rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)") Imports now comply with dtreeviz v2 API

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Jorch Mendoza Chok; Brayan Espinoza Garcia; Pablo Raul Yanyachi;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Inertial navigation systems (INS) based on microelectromechanical sensors (MEMS) assisted by global positioning systems (GPS) are widely used for aerospace navigation applications and provide data with high accuracy. However, they present high economic value and fragility. This work addresses the development of a low-cost and open-source GPS-assisted INS for navigation applications where the accuracy, practicality, and replicability obtained in this module are attractive for redundant systems in UAVs, even in tasks with risk of loss or damage. The experimental tests show the records obtained during the flight performance of the Phantom 4 Pro drone in which data from the low-cost INS is compared with the primary vehicle system.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Brady Johnston;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Reimplemented several nodes from the previous MN, as well as adding styling for nucleic acids. More boolean attributes when importing via MDAnalysis and frame-specific information via occupancy when importing via MDAnalysis. Added atom_name attribute, which is a numerical representation of the atom name (C, CA, C5 etc) Dicussed in #118 Allows for more precise selections for new styling and animation nodes Reimplemented amino acid 'wiggle' node: using the atom_name attribute 3x faster with the improved atom_name attribute and refactor of the underlying nodes Reimplemented the amino acid to curve node Ribbon Style Nucleic: A ribbon representation for nucleic acids to complement the ribbon represenation of the proteins from alpha carbons. Enabled now thanks to the atom_name attribute. Capturing the Index field in the selection node before the selection occurs, and added an Index field input to the MOL_animate_frames node to enable selection to occur before animating between frames, if the Pre-Sel Index field is used in the Index field of the MOL_animate_frames node Added cutoff field for limiting the interpolation of atoms between frames based on a distance cutoff Added bonds through MDAnalysis import when a trajectory supports it #129 Added is_solvent(), is_nucleic() and is_peptide() attributes when importing via MDAnalysis Added frame-specific attribute occupancy which is added to each frame of the trajectory when imported via MDAnalysis. #128 Fixed Changed naming of MOL_style_atoms to MOL_style_atoms_cycles and MOL_style_ribbon to MOL_style_ribbon_protein

  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Satriawan, Ardianto; Trusaji, Wildan; Hasanuddin, Muhammad Ogin; Setianingsih, Casi; Rahadini, Septia Susanti; Selekta, Mayang Cendikia; Sungkar, Ellyana;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Design Files for KudaLari: An Open Source Immersive Hippotherapy Simulator Platform for Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ireson, Andrew;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    In this release the MATLAB source code for openRE was included in the repository.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bodwin, Kelly N.; Theobold, Allison;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This is a set of puzzle activities with unique solutions, that can be solved by correctly performing a series of tasks in R. They are useful for practicing R skills for data analysis.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Flores Fernández, Cherie; Rioseco Vergara, María Paz;
    Publisher: Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Departamento de Gestión de la Información

    Bibliotherapy involves the therapeutic use of books and literature to facilitate the expression of feelings and coping skills. The purpose of this research was to analyze the scientific production on bibliotherapy, indexed in Scopus. A bibliometric study was carried out using quantitative methods to know the development of research related to bibliotherapy at a general level. A retrospective recovery of documents was carried out, without a temporality filter, identifying 1,289 records, in which the article predominates as the type of document and English as the language. The most cited author is Cuijpers, while the most prolific is John Pardeck; the most productive countries correspond to the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. Among the most preponderant keywords are: bibliotherapy,female, male, adult, rehabilitation, depression, cognitive therapy, psychotherapy, child and self-care. It is concluded that production has increased systematically during the 21st century, and its use as an auxiliary tool in the treatment of physical and psychological diseases has increased. On the other hand, although bibliotherapy is considered part of the work of librarians, there is not a large production of information professionals. Due to this, it is suggested to increase the research on bibliotherapy from the librarianship perspective

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    sari, SPS;
    Publisher: universitas andalas
    Country: Indonesia
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Journal of SLAAS;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Journal of the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science is a biannual publication. Selected research work from annual research sessions (based on scientific merit), as well as other research articles, are invited to submit research manuscripts as per the guidelines provided by SLAAS. SLAAS members may also separately submit their papers for publication. The Journal can be accessed online to view and download the full text of the articles published respectively to the volumes free of charge.

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  • Other research product . Other ORP type . 2022
    Open Access French
    Authors: 
    Akame, Laounta; Alhadji, Ibrahim; Belguidoum, Saïd; Bodian, Ansoumana; Boukpessi, Tchaa; Brahim, Nadhem; Candela, Thomas; Chevret, Célia; Dembele, Djénéba; Dembele, Sidi; +26 more
    Publisher: Claude Martin
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Oege Dijk; oegesam; Ray Bell; Lily; Achim Gädke; Simon-Free; Brandon Serna; rajgupt; yanhong-zhao-ef; Anamaria Todor; +5 more
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Version 0.4.1 New Features added routes_pathname_prefix:str=None, requests_pathname_prefix:str=None, to ExplainerDashboard to help running the dashboard on e.g. Sagemaker Bug Fixes Bug with plotly showticklabels=False changed to tickfont=dict(color="rgba(0, 0, 0, 0)") Imports now comply with dtreeviz v2 API

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Jorch Mendoza Chok; Brayan Espinoza Garcia; Pablo Raul Yanyachi;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Inertial navigation systems (INS) based on microelectromechanical sensors (MEMS) assisted by global positioning systems (GPS) are widely used for aerospace navigation applications and provide data with high accuracy. However, they present high economic value and fragility. This work addresses the development of a low-cost and open-source GPS-assisted INS for navigation applications where the accuracy, practicality, and replicability obtained in this module are attractive for redundant systems in UAVs, even in tasks with risk of loss or damage. The experimental tests show the records obtained during the flight performance of the Phantom 4 Pro drone in which data from the low-cost INS is compared with the primary vehicle system.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Brady Johnston;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Reimplemented several nodes from the previous MN, as well as adding styling for nucleic acids. More boolean attributes when importing via MDAnalysis and frame-specific information via occupancy when importing via MDAnalysis. Added atom_name attribute, which is a numerical representation of the atom name (C, CA, C5 etc) Dicussed in #118 Allows for more precise selections for new styling and animation nodes Reimplemented amino acid 'wiggle' node: using the atom_name attribute 3x faster with the improved atom_name attribute and refactor of the underlying nodes Reimplemented the amino acid to curve node Ribbon Style Nucleic: A ribbon representation for nucleic acids to complement the ribbon represenation of the proteins from alpha carbons. Enabled now thanks to the atom_name attribute. Capturing the Index field in the selection node before the selection occurs, and added an Index field input to the MOL_animate_frames node to enable selection to occur before animating between frames, if the Pre-Sel Index field is used in the Index field of the MOL_animate_frames node Added cutoff field for limiting the interpolation of atoms between frames based on a distance cutoff Added bonds through MDAnalysis import when a trajectory supports it #129 Added is_solvent(), is_nucleic() and is_peptide() attributes when importing via MDAnalysis Added frame-specific attribute occupancy which is added to each frame of the trajectory when imported via MDAnalysis. #128 Fixed Changed naming of MOL_style_atoms to MOL_style_atoms_cycles and MOL_style_ribbon to MOL_style_ribbon_protein

  • Research software . 2022
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Satriawan, Ardianto; Trusaji, Wildan; Hasanuddin, Muhammad Ogin; Setianingsih, Casi; Rahadini, Septia Susanti; Selekta, Mayang Cendikia; Sungkar, Ellyana;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Design Files for KudaLari: An Open Source Immersive Hippotherapy Simulator Platform for Cerebral Palsy Rehabilitation

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Ireson, Andrew;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    In this release the MATLAB source code for openRE was included in the repository.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Bodwin, Kelly N.; Theobold, Allison;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This is a set of puzzle activities with unique solutions, that can be solved by correctly performing a series of tasks in R. They are useful for practicing R skills for data analysis.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Flores Fernández, Cherie; Rioseco Vergara, María Paz;
    Publisher: Universidad Tecnológica Metropolitana, Departamento de Gestión de la Información

    Bibliotherapy involves the therapeutic use of books and literature to facilitate the expression of feelings and coping skills. The purpose of this research was to analyze the scientific production on bibliotherapy, indexed in Scopus. A bibliometric study was carried out using quantitative methods to know the development of research related to bibliotherapy at a general level. A retrospective recovery of documents was carried out, without a temporality filter, identifying 1,289 records, in which the article predominates as the type of document and English as the language. The most cited author is Cuijpers, while the most prolific is John Pardeck; the most productive countries correspond to the United States, the United Kingdom and Australia. Among the most preponderant keywords are: bibliotherapy,female, male, adult, rehabilitation, depression, cognitive therapy, psychotherapy, child and self-care. It is concluded that production has increased systematically during the 21st century, and its use as an auxiliary tool in the treatment of physical and psychological diseases has increased. On the other hand, although bibliotherapy is considered part of the work of librarians, there is not a large production of information professionals. Due to this, it is suggested to increase the research on bibliotherapy from the librarianship perspective

  • Other research product . 2022
    Open Access English
    Authors: 
    sari, SPS;
    Publisher: universitas andalas
    Country: Indonesia
  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Journal of SLAAS;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Journal of the Sri Lanka Association for the Advancement of Science is a biannual publication. Selected research work from annual research sessions (based on scientific merit), as well as other research articles, are invited to submit research manuscripts as per the guidelines provided by SLAAS. SLAAS members may also separately submit their papers for publication. The Journal can be accessed online to view and download the full text of the articles published respectively to the volumes free of charge.

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