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  • Research data . 2022
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    Susewind, Raphael;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This deposit serves as a long-term archive for the unprocessed raw data behind the uprolls2022 table in my comprehensive dataset on religion and politics in India, which is available at https://github.com/raphael-susewind/india-religion-politics/tree/master/uprolls2022

  • Research data . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Wenzhong, Shi; Chengzhuo, Tong; Anshu, Zhang; Zhicheng, Shi;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    All are about the original data or result data in the article of "A Spatial and Dynamic Solution for how to Allocate the COVID-19 Vaccine in the Context of Limited Supply"

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    Garia, Marianne Rica; Iribarren, Inigo; Rozas, Isabel; Trujillo, Cristina;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Supporting information for the paper: Simultaneous hydrogen bonds with different binding modes: the acceptor “rules” but the donor “chooses

  • Research data . 2018
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    Hosted by LogPAI Team;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Please read the detailed information about the datasets at: https://github.com/logpai/loghub. For example, the README file for HDFS data is available at: https://github.com/logpai/loghub/tree/master/HDFS

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    Ranucci M; Bianchi P,; Cotza M; Beccaris C; Silvetti S; Isgrò G; Giamberti A; Baryshnikova E.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Data set from Ranucci M, Bianchi P, Cotza M, Beccaris C, Silvetti S, Isgrò G, Giamberti A, Baryshnikova E. Fibrinogen levels and postoperative chest drain blood loss in low-weight (<10 kg) children undergoing cardiac surgery. Perfusion. 2019 Nov;34(8):629-636. doi: 10.1177/0267659119854246. Epub 2019 Jun 28. PMID: 31250738. This is the abstract: Introduction: Low-weight (<10 kg) children undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass are prone to dilution and consumption of soluble coagulation factors and fibrinogen. Low levels of fibrinogen may represent a possible cause of severe postoperative chest drain blood loss. The present study investigates the association between post-cardiopulmonary bypass fibrinogen levels and postoperative chest drain blood loss and severe bleeding, aiming to identify possible cut-off values to trigger specific interventions. Methods: Prospective cohort study on 77 patients weighing <10 kg undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass. Haemostasis and coagulation data were collected before surgery (standard tests and thromboelastometry), after protamine (thromboelastometry) and at the arrival in the intensive care unit (standard tests). The primary outcome variable was severe bleeding (chest drain blood loss >30 ml kg-1/24h). Results: Factors being independently associated with severe bleeding were the international normalized ratio and the fibrinogen levels at the arrival in the intensive care unit. Once corrected for other confounders, fibrinogen levels had an odds ratio of 0.2 (95% confidence interval = 0.011-0.54) per 1 gL-1 for severe bleeding. The discrimination power was fair (area under the curve = 0.770). The best cut-off value was identified at a fibrinogen level of 150 mg dL-1, with a sensitivity of 52%, a specificity of 85% and a positive predictive value of 60% for severe bleeding. Conclusion: Both a prolonged international normalized ratio and low fibrinogen levels were predictive for severe bleeding, underscoring the role of coagulation factors dilution and consumption in this specific patient population.

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    Medina, Jean Paul; Nigri, Anna; Stanziano, Mario; D'Incerti, Ludovico; Sattin, Davide; Ferraro, Stefania; Rossi Sebastiano, Davide; Pinardi, Chiara; Marotta, Giorgio; Leonardi, Matilde; +2 more
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This database contains xls. sheets describing: patient demographics; clinical data; Coma Recovery Scale-Revised (CRS-R) scores; rs-fMRI ICA rating; rs-fMRI seed rating; rs-fMRI seed mean intensity; rs-fMRI ICA mean intensity; MRI rating Study supported by Italian Ministry of Healh - Grant "Giovani Ricercatori" GR-2016-02361225

  • Research data . 2018
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    Authors: 
    , Antonis;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    A dummy dataset Dummy

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    Camille Hobus;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains the data acquired during the BSc Project "Amazonian palm phytoliths in the context of their phylogenetic relatedness". The project was carried out in April - July 2020 by Camille Hobus at the Ecosystem and Landscape Dynamics group of IBED, University of Amsterdam.

  • Research data . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Susewind, Raphael;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This deposit serves as a long-term archive for the unprocessed raw data behind the uprolls2019 table in my comprehensive dataset on religion and politics in India, which is available at https://github.com/raphael-susewind/india-religion-politics/tree/master/uprolls2019

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    Macedo, Diego; Callisto, Marcos; Linares, Marden; Hughes, Robert; Romano, Bruna; Rothe-Neves, Moana; Souza, Juliana;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Environmental rehabilitation of urban streams is a recent approach in Global South countries, but it has been applied in developed countries, at least since the 1970s. The objective of this paper is to evaluate whether the rehabilitation experience carried out since 2007 in three urban stream sites in the third-largest Brazilian urban area (c. 5.5 million inhabitants), was and continues to be effective in terms of socio-environmental improvement after 10 years of interventions. These interventions included the rehabilitation of watercourses (e.g., improvement of water quality through the management of sewage and garbage, stabilization and revegetation of riverbanks, maintenance of natural riverbed, removal of riverbank housing). We evaluated water quality, physical habitat structure, and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in three test sites in three sampling periods: pre-intervention (2004-2007), early post-intervention (2008-2011) and late post-intervention (2018-2019). Additionally, three reference-stream sites (2018-2019) were assessed to compare the conditions of the three test sites versus the reference sites. We also assessed the environmental perception and social satisfaction concerning the interventions through questionnaires given to 180 urban stream residents at the three test sites in early and late post-rehabilitation (215 in 2008 and 180 in 2019). The results of water quality monitoring showed a significant improvement in most parameters used to calculate the Water Quality Index (WQI) already in the early intervention phase, and WQI scores have improved since. The physical habitat and macroinvertebrate indicators indicated moderate improvements. The residents’ environmental perceptions indicated increased appreciation of the environmental improvements over 10 y. Given the results in Belo Horizonte, we believe that implementation and evaluation of similar projects and programs aimed at rehabilitating urban streams are technically viable throughout the Global South.

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  • Research data . 2022
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    Authors: 
    Susewind, Raphael;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This deposit serves as a long-term archive for the unprocessed raw data behind the uprolls2022 table in my comprehensive dataset on religion and politics in India, which is available at https://github.com/raphael-susewind/india-religion-politics/tree/master/uprolls2022

  • Research data . 2021
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    Authors: 
    Wenzhong, Shi; Chengzhuo, Tong; Anshu, Zhang; Zhicheng, Shi;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    All are about the original data or result data in the article of "A Spatial and Dynamic Solution for how to Allocate the COVID-19 Vaccine in the Context of Limited Supply"

  • Restricted
    Authors: 
    Garia, Marianne Rica; Iribarren, Inigo; Rozas, Isabel; Trujillo, Cristina;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Supporting information for the paper: Simultaneous hydrogen bonds with different binding modes: the acceptor “rules” but the donor “chooses

  • Research data . 2018
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    Authors: 
    Hosted by LogPAI Team;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Please read the detailed information about the datasets at: https://github.com/logpai/loghub. For example, the README file for HDFS data is available at: https://github.com/logpai/loghub/tree/master/HDFS

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Ranucci M; Bianchi P,; Cotza M; Beccaris C; Silvetti S; Isgrò G; Giamberti A; Baryshnikova E.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Data set from Ranucci M, Bianchi P, Cotza M, Beccaris C, Silvetti S, Isgrò G, Giamberti A, Baryshnikova E. Fibrinogen levels and postoperative chest drain blood loss in low-weight (<10 kg) children undergoing cardiac surgery. Perfusion. 2019 Nov;34(8):629-636. doi: 10.1177/0267659119854246. Epub 2019 Jun 28. PMID: 31250738. This is the abstract: Introduction: Low-weight (<10 kg) children undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass are prone to dilution and consumption of soluble coagulation factors and fibrinogen. Low levels of fibrinogen may represent a possible cause of severe postoperative chest drain blood loss. The present study investigates the association between post-cardiopulmonary bypass fibrinogen levels and postoperative chest drain blood loss and severe bleeding, aiming to identify possible cut-off values to trigger specific interventions. Methods: Prospective cohort study on 77 patients weighing <10 kg undergoing cardiac surgery with cardiopulmonary bypass. Haemostasis and coagulation data were collected before surgery (standard tests and thromboelastometry), after protamine (thromboelastometry) and at the arrival in the intensive care unit (standard tests). The primary outcome variable was severe bleeding (chest drain blood loss >30 ml kg-1/24h). Results: Factors being independently associated with severe bleeding were the international normalized ratio and the fibrinogen levels at the arrival in the intensive care unit. Once corrected for other confounders, fibrinogen levels had an odds ratio of 0.2 (95% confidence interval = 0.011-0.54) per 1 gL-1 for severe bleeding. The discrimination power was fair (area under the curve = 0.770). The best cut-off value was identified at a fibrinogen level of 150 mg dL-1, with a sensitivity of 52%, a specificity of 85% and a positive predictive value of 60% for severe bleeding. Conclusion: Both a prolonged international normalized ratio and low fibrinogen levels were predictive for severe bleeding, underscoring the role of coagulation factors dilution and consumption in this specific patient population.

  • Restricted
    Authors: 
    Medina, Jean Paul; Nigri, Anna; Stanziano, Mario; D'Incerti, Ludovico; Sattin, Davide; Ferraro, Stefania; Rossi Sebastiano, Davide; Pinardi, Chiara; Marotta, Giorgio; Leonardi, Matilde; +2 more
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This database contains xls. sheets describing: patient demographics; clinical data; Coma Recovery Scale-Revised (CRS-R) scores; rs-fMRI ICA rating; rs-fMRI seed rating; rs-fMRI seed mean intensity; rs-fMRI ICA mean intensity; MRI rating Study supported by Italian Ministry of Healh - Grant "Giovani Ricercatori" GR-2016-02361225

  • Research data . 2018
    Restricted
    Authors: 
    , Antonis;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    A dummy dataset Dummy

  • Restricted
    Authors: 
    Camille Hobus;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains the data acquired during the BSc Project "Amazonian palm phytoliths in the context of their phylogenetic relatedness". The project was carried out in April - July 2020 by Camille Hobus at the Ecosystem and Landscape Dynamics group of IBED, University of Amsterdam.

  • Research data . 2022
    Restricted
    Authors: 
    Susewind, Raphael;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This deposit serves as a long-term archive for the unprocessed raw data behind the uprolls2019 table in my comprehensive dataset on religion and politics in India, which is available at https://github.com/raphael-susewind/india-religion-politics/tree/master/uprolls2019

  • Restricted
    Authors: 
    Macedo, Diego; Callisto, Marcos; Linares, Marden; Hughes, Robert; Romano, Bruna; Rothe-Neves, Moana; Souza, Juliana;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Environmental rehabilitation of urban streams is a recent approach in Global South countries, but it has been applied in developed countries, at least since the 1970s. The objective of this paper is to evaluate whether the rehabilitation experience carried out since 2007 in three urban stream sites in the third-largest Brazilian urban area (c. 5.5 million inhabitants), was and continues to be effective in terms of socio-environmental improvement after 10 years of interventions. These interventions included the rehabilitation of watercourses (e.g., improvement of water quality through the management of sewage and garbage, stabilization and revegetation of riverbanks, maintenance of natural riverbed, removal of riverbank housing). We evaluated water quality, physical habitat structure, and benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in three test sites in three sampling periods: pre-intervention (2004-2007), early post-intervention (2008-2011) and late post-intervention (2018-2019). Additionally, three reference-stream sites (2018-2019) were assessed to compare the conditions of the three test sites versus the reference sites. We also assessed the environmental perception and social satisfaction concerning the interventions through questionnaires given to 180 urban stream residents at the three test sites in early and late post-rehabilitation (215 in 2008 and 180 in 2019). The results of water quality monitoring showed a significant improvement in most parameters used to calculate the Water Quality Index (WQI) already in the early intervention phase, and WQI scores have improved since. The physical habitat and macroinvertebrate indicators indicated moderate improvements. The residents’ environmental perceptions indicated increased appreciation of the environmental improvements over 10 y. Given the results in Belo Horizonte, we believe that implementation and evaluation of similar projects and programs aimed at rehabilitating urban streams are technically viable throughout the Global South.

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