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oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/134257
Dataset. 2019

DATASET LA DIADA DE SANT JORDI DELS ARXIUS PÚBLICS DE TV3

DATASET ABOUT DIADA DE SANT JORDI FROM PUBLIC TV3 AUDIOVISUAL ARCHIVE

  • Boté-Vericad, Juan-José
L'article de l'anàlisi d'aquests videos està pendent de ser publicat., [eng] This a dataset related to the Diada de Sant Jordi through TV3 public audiovisual archive. This dataset contains for a total of 572 videos with title, link, length in time and the program that have published information about this day. Most of these videos belong to the news program. This dataset is published on the occasion FIAT-IFTA Media Studies Grant 2019. Additionally, three more files are included. These files include the final sample, the queries on Tv3 archive and recommended books that appear on the footage. The final sample has 339 videos and queries are useful to look by year, [cat] Aquest és un dataset vinculat a la Diada de Sant Jordi dels arxius audiovisuals públics de Tv3. Aquest dataset conté un total de 572 videos amb el títol, dreçera, longitud en temps i el programa que ha publicat informació relativa aquest dia. La major part d'aquests videos corresponent corresponen als programes de notícies. Aquestes dades es publiquen amb motiu de FIAT-IFTA Media Studies Grant 2019. A més a més s'inclouen 3 fitxers. Aquests fitxes inclouen la mostra final, les cadenes de cerca a l'arxiu de Tv3 i els llibres recomanats que apareixen en els videos. La mostra final conté 339 videos i les cadenes són útils per fer cerques per any.

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Dataset. 2019

FUNCTIONAL INTERACTIONS IN PATIENTS WITH HEMIANOPIA: A GRAPH THEORY-BASED CONNECTIVITY STUDY OF RESTING FMRI SIGNAL (RAW DATA)

  • Pedersini, Caterina A.
  • Guàrdia-Olmos, Joan, 1958-
  • Montalà Flaquer, Marc
  • Cardobi, Nicolò
  • Sánchez López, Javier
  • Parisi, Giorgia
  • Savazzi, Silvia
  • Marzi, Carlo A.
There are twenty zip files each one corresponding to a participant. The acronym PT stands for patients (from 01 to 10) and HC stands for healthy controls (from 01 to 10). Once unzipped, structural and functional data of each patient and healthy control are located in the folder indicated by the specific acronym and number of the participant (i.e. PT01). Thus, each folder contains the original functional data of the resting state sequence (fmri.nii.gz), the preprocessed functional data (fmri_res.nii.gz), the original structural T1-weighted image (T1.nii.gz) and the structural T1-weighted image after applying the brain extraction with the Brain Extraction Tool of fsl (T1_brain.nii.gz) and used to perform the co-registration with the functional data. All images are in NIfTI (Neuroimaging Computer Technology Initiative) format, as a gzip compressed file, normally used by different software as the software library FMRIB (FSL). We also provide the NIfTI file of the AAL Atlas used to parcellate the brain during the analysis (AAL_Contract_90_3MM.nii) and the corresponding text file indicating the list of regions composing the atlas (AAL_LabelID_90.txt)., Podeu consultar el document publicat a: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/161359, Dades primàries associades a un article publicat a la revista PLoS One, 2020, vol. 15, num. 1, p. e0226816 [https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0226816], We tested 10 hemianopic patients and 10 healthy participants. They were scanned in a 1.5 Tesla Philips scanner at the Borgo Roma Hospital in Verona (Italy). We collected a whole brain high-resolution (1x1x1 mm3) 3D T1-weighted image with magnetization-prepared rapid acquisition gradient echo (MPRAGE) and one hundred sixty resting state volumes with TR=2500ms, Echo Time=50ms; 30 slices with slice thickness of 4mm, Field of View = 224x224mm, time duration = 6.47m and echo train length = 39. The entire sample was were scanned during the period of time going from February 2017 until July 2018.

Proyecto: EC/FP7/339939
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/136617
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Dataset. 2019

PERCEIVE WP2: EVALUATION OF EU CITIZENS’ PERCEPTION OF THE EU PROJECT: KEY VARIABLES FOR CITIZENS' IDENTIFICATION WITH EU - DATASETS - PART A

  • Calia, Pinuccia
  • López-Bazo, Enrique
  • Moreno Serrano, Rosina
  • Royuela Mora, Vicente
  • Suriñach Caralt, Jordi
Datasets are available in CSV format, being the field delimiter « , » (comma). For further clarification, please look at the README files of every data subset., Part B of this dataset is available at http://hdl.handle.net/2445/139554 under embargoed access, This dataset refers to PERCEIVE tasks 2.2, 2.3, 2.4 and 2.5. These tasks analyze the data sets developed by PERCEIVE task 2.1 in order to identify, quantify and synthetize the most important variables to asses identification with EU by citizens. The results feed an update of the data set developed in task 2.1. Finally, these data is be used to model convergence of EU citizens' identification in the case study regions. Data consists of the quantitative statistical information used to produce all the results of WP2 and the indicators regarding the variables of interest obtained by means of different statistical techniques. Moreover, data on absorption of EU funds, provided by the EC and other research centres and collected in task 2.5, is be gathered in this data set, together with the results of convergence analysis. This data set is be used to evaluate the EU citizens’ perception of the EU project in relation to regional performance of the cohesion policy and institutional quality. WP2 uses primary data from the survey developed in WP1 (“PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.3: Survey at citizen level” data set) and also comparative case studies on EU countries and regions, coming also from WP1 (”PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.1: The framework for the comparative analysis” and ”PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.2: Focus group with Cohesion Policy practitioners” data sets). The data set incorporates data from existing sources including Eurostat and information resulting from the Survey conducted at WP1 of the PERCEIVE’s project. As regards secondary data, no additional treatment is needed. Info about the sources of such data, including references to technical details, is provided in the dataset's codebook.

Proyecto: EC/FP7/693529
DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/137318
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Dataset. 2019

PERCEIVE WP2: EVALUATION OF EU CITIZENS’ PERCEPTION OF THE EU PROJECT: KEY VARIABLES FOR CITIZENS' IDENTIFICATION WITH EU - DATASETS - PART B

  • Calia, Pinuccia
  • López-Bazo, Enrique
  • Moreno Serrano, Rosina
  • Royuela Mora, Vicente
  • Suriñach Caralt, Jordi
Datasets are available in CSV format, being the field delimiter « , » (comma). For further clarification, please look at the README files of every data subset., Part A of this dataset is publicly available at http://hdl.handle.net/2445/137318, This dataset refers to PERCEIVE tasks 2.4 and 2.5. These tasks analyze the data sets developed by PERCEIVE task 2.1 in order to identify, quantify and synthetize the most important variables to asses identification with EU by citizens. The results feed an update of the data set developed in task 2.1. Finally, these data is be used to model convergence of EU citizens' identification in the case study regions. Data consists of the quantitative statistical information used to produce all the results of WP2 and the indicators regarding the variables of interest obtained by means of different statistical techniques. Moreover, data on absorption of EU funds, provided by the EC and other research centres and collected in task 2.5, is be gathered in this data set, together with the results of convergence analysis. This data set is be used to evaluate the EU citizens’ perception of the EU project in relation to regional performance of the cohesion policy and institutional quality. WP2 uses primary data from the survey developed in WP1 (“PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.3: Survey at citizen level” data set) and also comparative case studies on EU countries and regions, coming also from WP1 (”PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.1: The framework for the comparative analysis” and ”PERCEIVE: WP1: Framework for comparative analysis of the perception of Cohesion Policy and identification with the European Union at citizen level in different European countries: Task1.2: Focus group with Cohesion Policy practitioners” data sets). The data set incorporates data from existing sources including Eurostat and information resulting from the Survey conducted at WP1 of the PERCEIVE’s project. As regards secondary data, no additional treatment is needed. Info about the sources of such data, including references to technical details, is provided in the dataset's codebook.

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DOI: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/139554
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Dipòsit Digital de la UB
oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/143238
Dataset. 2019

MITOCHONDRIAL TOXICOGENOMICS FOR ANTIRETROVIRAL MANAGEMENT: HIV POST-EXPOSURE PROPHYLAXIS IN UNINFECTED PATIENTS (RAW DATA)

  • Garrabou Tornos, Glòria
  • Martínez, Esteban
Dades associades a un article pendent de publicació a Frontiers in Genetics

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Dipòsit Digital de la UB
oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/148818
Dataset. 2019

SITUACIÓ I AVALUACIÓ DE L’OFERTA PÚBLICA EN BIBLIOTEQUES A CATALUNYA [DADES CRUES]

  • Castán García, Júlia
Podeu consultar el TFG / TMF associat a les dades a la url que trobareu al camp "recurs relacionat", Dades obtingudes del CIDO (Cercador d'Informació de Diaris Oficials http://cido.diba.cat/), i sobre aquestes dades en brut es van seleccionar i treballar, afegint alguns camps i complementant la informació. Dades utilitzades com a base per al Treball: Situació i avaluació de l’oferta pública en biblioteques a Catalunya. Castán García, Júlia. Treballs Finals de Grau d'Informació i Documentació, Facultat d'Informació i Mitjans Audiovisuals, Universitat de Barcelona, Curs: 2018-2019, Tutora: Marta Somoza Fernández. Publicat a: http://hdl.handle.net/2445/148779

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Dipòsit Digital de la UB
oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/149459
Dataset. 2020

GENDER-DIFFERENCES IN CONSERVATOIRE MUSIC PRACTICE MALADJUSTMENT. CAN CONTEXTUAL PROFESSIONAL GOALS AND CONTEXT-DERIVED PSYCHOLOGICAL NEEDS SATISFACTION ACCOUNT FOR AMOTIVATION VARIATIONS? [RAW DATA]

  • Valenzuela, Rafael
  • Codina, Núria (Codina Mata)
  • Pestana, José Vicente
Dades primàries associades a un article publicat a la revista PLoS One, 2020, vol. 15, num. 5, p. e0232711 [https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0232711], Raw data from a study about Gender-differences in music practice, which takes into account contextual goals, psychological needs satisfaction and amotivation. The present study is one of the first to assess gender-differences in amotivation in conservatoire instrument practice, linking these with musicians’ psychological need satisfaction, showing that women musicians may be perceiving the need for autonomy more closely linked with amotivation than their men counterparts.

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oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/151737
Dataset. 2020

CYTOKINE SIGNATURES OF PLASMODIUM VIVAX INFECTION DURING PREGNANCY AND DELIVERY OUTCOMES (RAW DATA)

  • Dobaño, Carlota, 1969-
  • Bardají, Azucena
  • Arévalo Herrera, Myriam
  • Martínez Espinosa, Flor E.
  • Botto Menezes, Camila
  • Padilla, Norma
  • Menegon, Michela
  • Kochar, Swati
  • Kochar, Sanjay K.
  • Unger, Holger Werner
  • Ome-Kaius, Maria
  • Rosanas Urgell, Anna
  • Malheiros, Adriana
  • Castellanos, Maria Eugenia
  • Hans, Dhiraj
  • Desai, Meghna
  • Casellas, Aina
  • Chitnis, Chetan E.
  • Severini, Carlo
  • Mueller, Ivo
  • Rogerson, Stephen John
  • Menéndez, Clara
  • Requena, Pilar
Dades primàries associades a l'article publicat a Plos Neglected Tropical Diseases, vol. 14, num. 5, p. e0008155 [https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pntd.0008155], Plasmodium vivax malaria is a neglected disease, particularly during pregnancy. Severe vivax malaria is associated with inflammatory responses but in pregnancy immune alterations make it uncertain as to what cytokine signatures predominate, and how the type and quantity of blood immune mediators influence delivery outcomes. We measured the plasma concentrations of a set of thirty-one biomarkers, comprising cytokines, chemokines and growth factors, in 987 plasma samples from a cohort of 572 pregnant women from five malaria-endemic tropical countries and related these concentrations to delivery outcomes (birth weight and hemoglobin levels) and malaria infection. Samples were collected at recruitment (first antenatal visit) and delivery (periphery, cord and placenta), allowing a longitudinal analysis. At recruitment, we found that P. vivax–infected pregnant women had higher plasma concentrations of proinflammatory (IL-6, IL-1β, CCL4, CCL2, CXCL10) and TH1-related cytokines (mainly IL-12) than uninfected women. This biomarker signature was essentially lost at delivery and was not associated with birth weight nor hemoglobin levels. Antiinflammatory cytokines (IL-10) were positively associated with infection and poor delivery outcomes. CCL11 was the only biomarker to show a negative association with P. vivax infection and its concentration at recruitment was positively associated with hemoglobin levels at delivery. Birth weight was negatively associated with peripheral IL-4 levels at delivery. Our multi-biomarker multicenter study is the first comprehensive one to characterize the immunological signature of P. vivax infection in pregnancy thus far. In conclusion, data show that while TH1 and pro-inflammatory responses are dominant during P. vivax infection in pregnancy, antiinflammatory cytokines may compensate excessive inflammation avoiding poor delivery outcomes, and skewness toward a TH2 response may trigger worse delivery outcomes. CCL11, a chemokine largely neglected in the field of malaria, emerges as an important marker of exposure or mediator in this condition.

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Dataset. 2020

STABLE OXYGEN ISOTOPES REVEAL HABITAT USE BY MARINE MAMMALS IN THE RÍO DE LA PLATA ESTUARY AND ADJOINING ATLANTIC OCEAN (RAW DATA)

  • Drago, Massimiliano
  • Valdivia, Meica
  • Bragg, Daniel
  • González, Enrique M.
  • Aguilar, Àlex
  • Cardona Pascual, Luis
Dades primàries associades l'article publicat a Estuarine, Costal and Shelf Science https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecss.2020.106708, The bone stable oxygen isotope values and the distance of the stranding site from the innermost point of the estuary for thirteen marine mammal species (Otaria flavescens, Arctocephalus australis, Pontoporia blainvillei, Ziphius cavirostris, Phocoena dioptrica, Phocoena spinipinnis, Delphinus delphis, Globicephala melas, Grampus griseus, Lagenodelphis hosei, Orcinus orca, Pseudorca crassidens and Tursiops truncatus) from the Río de la Plata estuary and the adjoining western South Atlantic Ocean. Stable oxygen isotope values (δ18O) are reported relative to the Vienna Standard Mean Oceanic Water (V-SMOW).

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oai:diposit.ub.edu:2445/153597
Dataset. 2020

SPME-GC-MS RAW DATA FOR THE DEVELOPMENT OF PROFILING AND FINGERPRINTING ANALYSIS OF SESQUITERPENE HYDROCARBONS FOR THE GEOGRAPHICAL AUTHENTICATION OF EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OILS

  • Quintanilla-Casas, Beatriz
  • Bertin, Sofia
  • Leik, Kerstin
  • Bustamante Alonso, Julen
  • Guardiola Ibarz, Francesc
  • Valli, Enrico
  • Bendini, Alessandra
  • Gallina Toschi, Tullia
  • Tres Oliver, Alba
  • Vichi, S. (Stefania)
Dades de l'article publicat a la revista Food Chemistry, Volume 307, 1 March 2020, 125556. El podeu consultar a http://hdl.handle.net/2445/143358, Data base containing SPME-GC-MS raw analytical data obtained and used by Quintanilla-Casas et al. (Food Chemistry, 2020, 125556). Data correspond to 82 authentic and traceable olive oil samples, declared as EVOO by the suppliers obtained in the framework of OLEUM project (EC H2020 Programme 2014–2020) from seven different EU and non-EU countries: Croatia (n=11); Slovenia (SVN) (n=8); Spain (ESP) (n=17); Italy (ITA) (n=15); Greece (GRC) (n=6); Morocco (MAR) (n=15) and Turkey (TUR) (n=10). With the aim of reflecting the real production scenario, EVOO samples in this prospective study were obtained under usual production practices for commercial purposes, and thus consisted of both monovarietal oils as well as market blends of olive cultivars typical of each geographical origin. Briefly, data correspond to SPME-GC-MS scan intensities of the specific sesquiterpene hydrocarbon (SH) ions (m/z 93, 107, 119, 135, 157, 159, 161, 189 and 204) obtained from the Total Ion Current (TIC) between the 18th to the 30th minute. Thus, 2467 scans were obtained for each m/z ion implying 22203 variables per sample., SPME-GC-MS data have been obtained by researchers in the OLEUM project This work was developed in the context of the project OLEUM “Advanced solutions for assuring authenticity and quality of olive oil at global scale”, funded by the European Commission within the Horizon 2020 Program (2014–2020, grant agreement no. 635690). The information and views set out in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the official opinion of the European Union. Neither the European Union institutions and bodies nor any person acting on their behalf may be held responsible for the use which may be made of the information contained therein. The study was also supported by the Ministerio de Ciencia, Innovación y Universidades (MICINN) from Spain through the Juan de la Cierva and Ramon y Cajal programs (JCI-2012_13412 and RYC-2017-23601), and by the Ministerio de Educación, Cultura y Deporte (MECD) from Spain through the FPU pre-doctoral program (FPU16/01744).

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