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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data138
Dataset. 2021

AMPHORIC EPIGRAPHY: DATA AND GRAPHS FOR THE ELABORATION OF FOOD SUPPLY NETWORKS IN ROMAN EMPIRE

  • Pérez González, Jordi
  • Lario Devesa, Arnau
  • Remesal Rodríguez, José
This dataset presents the data used for the construction of networks that represent patterns of distribution and production of ampphoric containers and the socio-economic reality of food consumption in Roman times. The data available in this dataset are the result of more than thirty years of epigraphic emptying in the CEIPAC database (http://ceipac.ub.edu), although the data cleaning processes of the data used here belong to the years 2015-2018. The data in general are inscriptions made on Roman amphoras found in the Roman Empire. These data can be freely used by the more than 4K specialists in amphoric epigraphy. The dataset also includes Files in .gdf / .gephi (which can be read by GEPHI) showing the representations of a network where meeting places of objects are associated with their places of origin of the data in the CEIPAC database The dataset includes a folder where the programme used for making the representations is avaailable. The programme is written in python and can be used to represents a network for a given time interval. For its use, the programme requires to have the data files in certain conditions as explained in the manual (in Spanish) and the readme file available in the corresponding folder.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data140
Dataset. 2021

BASE DE DATOS DEL ANÁLISIS ARQUEOMÉTRICO DE ELEMENTOS NUMISMÁTICOS ARGÉNTEOS EN EL NORDESTE PENINSULAR

  • Mercado Guirado, Rosa María
Base de datos que incluye monedas y otros objectos de plata procedentes de cuatro yacimientos de la edad del hierro del nordeste peninsular, datos entre el siglo VI i el II aC: Mas Castellar (Pontós, Alt Empordà), Puig de Sant Andreu (Ullastret, Baix Empordà), Castellet de Banyoles (Tivissa, Ribera d’Ebre) y Empúries (L’Escala, Alt Empordà). Estas 38 piezas fueron analizadas desde el punto de vista de la composición y procedencia, mediante la aplicación de técnicas de análisis arqueométrica, como son la fluorescencia de rayos X y los análisis de isótopos de plomo.,
Database including coins and other silver objects from four Iron Age sites in the north-east of the Iberian Peninsula, dated between the 6th and 2nd century BC: Mas Castellar (Pontós, Alt Empordà), Puig de Sant Andreu (Ullastret, Baix Empordà), Castellet de Banyoles (Tivissa, Ribera d'Ebre) and Empúries (L'Escala, Alt Empordà). These 38 pieces were analysed from the point of view of composition and provenance, using archaeometric analysis techniques such as X-ray fluorescence and lead isotope analysis.,
Base de dades que inclou majoritàriament monedes (78%) i altres objectes de plata (22%) procedents de quatre jaciments de l’edat del ferro del nordest peninsular, datats entre el s. VI i el II aC: Mas Castellar (Pontós, Alt Empordà), Puig de Sant Andreu (Ullastret, Baix Empordà), Castellet de Banyoles (Tivissa, Ribera d’Ebre) i Empúries (L’Escala, Alt Empordà). Aquestes 38 peces van ser analitzades des del punt de vista de la composició i procedència, mitjançant l'aplicació de tècniques d'anàlisi arqueomètrica, com són la fluorescència de raigs X i les anàlisis d'isòtops de plom.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data141
Dataset. 2021

PFUJI-SIZE DATASET: PHOTOGRAMMETRY-DERIVED 3D POINT CLOUDS OF FUJI APPLES TREES WITH ANNOTATIONS TO EVALUATE FRUIT DETECTION AND SIZE ESTIMATION METHODOLOGIES

  • Gené Mola, Jordi
  • Sanz Cortiella, Ricardo
  • Rosell Polo, Joan Ramon
  • Escolà i Agustí, Alexandre
  • Gregorio López, Eduard
The PFuji-Size dataset [2] includes the 3D point clouds of 6 Fuji apple trees containing a total of 615 apples and an additional 25 apples scanned in laboratory conditions. Structure-from-motion and multi-view stereo techniques were used to generate the 3D point clouds of the captured scene. Apple locations and ground truth diameter annotations are provided for assessing fruit detection and size estimation algorithms.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34810/data141
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data142
Dataset. 2021

DATA OF HEPATITIS A VIRUS AND NOROVIRUS TITERS FROM HEAT-INACTIVATION EXPERIMENTS IN CLAMS

  • Fuentes, Cristina
  • Pérez-Rodríguez, Francisco Javier
  • Sabrià Sunyé, Aurora
  • Beguiristain, Nerea
  • Pintó Solé, Rosa María
  • Guix Arnau, Susana
  • Bosch, Albert
The following data measured during the viral inactivation experiments performed on spiked clams are recorded: temperature during inactivation, % recovery of hepatitis A virus, Norovirus GI and Norovirus GII viruses, as well as % recovery of mengovirus used as a process control virus. Data for HAV were obtained both by TCID50 assay and RTqPCR. Data for other viruses were obtained by RTqPCR following ISO 15216-1 (2017) protocol with some modifications

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.34810/data142
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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data145
Dataset. 2022

CHILDREN SALIVA DATA FOR REPLICATION ANTIBODY CONVERSION RATES TO SARS-COV-2 IN SALIVA FROM CHILDREN ATTENDING SUMMER SCHOOLS IN BARCELONA, SPAIN

  • Dobaño, Carlota, 1969-
  • Alonso, Selena
  • Fernández de Sevilla, Mariona
  • Vidal, Marta
  • Jiménez, Alfons
  • Pons Tomàs, Gemma
  • Chenjerai Jairoce
  • Melé Casas, María
  • Rubio, Rocío
  • Hernández García, María
  • Ruiz-Olalla, María
  • Girona-Alarcón. Mònica
  • Barrios, Diana
  • Santano, Rebeca
  • Mitchell, Robert A.
  • Puyol, Laura
  • Mayer, Leonie
  • Chi, Jordi
  • Rodrigo Melero,Natalia
  • Carolis, Carlo
  • Garcia-Miquel, Aleix
  • Bonet-Carne. Elisenda
  • Claverol, Joana
  • Cubells. Marta
  • Fortuny, Claudia
  • Fumadó, Victoria
  • Jou. Cristina
  • Muñoz-Almagro, Carmen
  • Izquierdo Lázaro, Luis
  • Bassat, Quique
  • Gratacós, Eduard
  • Aguilar, Ruth
  • García-García,Juan José
  • Moncunill, Gemma
  • Jordan. Iolanda
This database contains data from saliva samples from children who have participated in the study "Replication Antibody Conversion rates to SARS-CoV-2 in Saliva from Children Attending Summer Schools in Barcelona, Spain". Data come from 1,509 children and 396 adults by high-throughput Luminex assays in samples collected weekly in 22 Summer schools and 2 pre-schools in 27 venues in Barcelona, Spain, from June 29th to July 31st 2020. Saliva samples were collected for each participant on two visits 5 weeks apart. IgM, IgA and IgG values have been obtained from each sample to detect SARS-CoV-2

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data146
Dataset. 2022

OPTICAL CONSTELLATION ANALYSIS (OCATA)

  • Ruiz Ramírez, Marc
  • Velasco Esteban, Luis Domingo
  • Sequeira, Diogo Gonçalo
The dataset contains synthetic IQ optical constellation data for 16-QAM optical connections generated with a Matlab-based coherent WDM optical system simulator

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data147
Dataset. 2019

DATOS DEL CUESTIONARIO DE ACTITUDES HACIA LA DIVERSIDAD Y NO-DISCRIMINACIÓN DE LAS PERSONAS CON DISCAPACIDAD (ADND-D)

  • Romeo Delgado, Marina
  • Yepes i Baldó, Montserrat
Datos y diccionario de variables del proyecto de validación del "Cuestionario de Actitudes hacia la Diversidad y No-Discriminación de las Personas con Discapacidad (ADND-D)" en el contexto laboral. Incluye respuestas de 707 personas en edad laboral en España a partir de un panel de participantes. El objetivo del cuestionario es evaluar las actitudes hacia las personas con discapacidad física, sensorial, mental e intelectual y su inclusión en el entorno laboral atendiendo a 4 dimensiones: actitudes hacia directivos con discapacidad, exclusión laboral, actitudes asertivas contra la discrminación y disconfort en las relaciones sociales.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data148
Dataset. 2022

PHORID FLIES IN MUSHROOM GROWING FARMS

  • Navarro Lozano, María Jesús
  • Escudero-Colomer, Lucía-Adriana
  • Gea Alegría, Francisco J.
Dipteran species are some of the most serious arthropod pest affecting mushroom crops. The phorid fly Megaselia halterata Wood (Diptera: Phoridea) has traditionally been considered a minor pest throughout the world, althoguh they have repeatedly been a very important pest in Spanish mushroom farms. This datasheet summarizes the information regarding mushroom phorid populations in mushroom farms from Castilla-La Mancha (Spain). Over a period of 18 months (six seasons), 18 mushroom crop cycles (three cycles per season) were monitored. There are two data files: “Adult_phorids_CIES_IRTA” and “Immature_phorids_CIES_IRTA”. “Adult_phorids_CIES_IRTA” file comprises data regarding adult phorids caught through the total growing period by means yellow sticky traps, weekly renewed, located in three points of the mushroom facilities: near the front door, in the middle of the farm, and in the back area, near the ventilation hole (“location” in the datasheet). Data value corresponding to number of phorid adults per day, per each location, per each mushroom growing stage, and per each of the studied seasons. “Immature_phorids_CIES_IRTA” file comprise data of phorid immature stages inside of the growing substrate samples. The survey of compost and casing materials was carried out, per duplicate, at different mushroom growing stages, and in the same locations previously explained. Data value corresponding to number of phorid immature stages per each replication of the sample, per each mushroom growing substrate, per each location, per each growing stage, and per each of the studied seasons

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data149
Dataset. 2022

DATA ON PARTICLE PROPERTIES, NUMERICAL AND MASS CONCENTRATIONS AND CHEMICAL COMPOSITION COLLECTED DURING THE SURFING FOR SCIENCE PROJECT

  • De Haan, William P.
  • Sanchez-Vidal, Anna
From October 2020 to June 2021 the Surfing for Science project engaged volunteers to collect scientific samples on floating microplastics in nearshore waters of the NW Mediterranean Sea. The data presented here includes all data on particle counts, sizes, shapes, colors and chemical composition of the plastics found, including concentrations for each of the investigated locations. A subset of 285 particles were chemically identified to confirm the chemical identity of the particles found. Almost 25,000 plastics were identified and characterized and were mostly microplastics (< 5 mm in length). The results provide important support for trappping of microplastics in the nearshore, which is subject to seasonal variability associated to natural and anthopogenic forcing. The data presented here can be further integrated with other studies (e.g. modelling) to understand the sources, pathways and sinks of microplastics in the global ocean.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data14
Dataset. 2020

META-ANALYSIS ON THE EFFECTS OF HIGH-INTENSITY TRAINING AND A HIGH-PROTEIN DIET ON BODY COMPOSITION, MUSCLE METABOLISM AND MUSCLE STRENGTH IN OVERWEIGHT ADULTS

  • Gervilla Barbero, Sandra
  • Beltran-Garrido, José Vicente
  • Farran-Codina, Andreu
The increase in high-intensity training (HIT) guidelines and the use of hyperproteic diets (HPDs) as a treatment of excess weight in adults have generated interest in their effects on body composition, metabolic profile and muscular strength. So, the objective of this study was to determine the effects of HIT together with an HPD on the body composition, muscle metabolism and muscle strength of overweight or obese subjects. According to that, a standardized search of randomized controlled trials was carried out considering: 1) application of a HIT protocol, 2) compliance with an HPD and 3) their combined application in non-active overweight or obese subjects. Screening was then carried out by two independent researchers, following the criteria in the Cochrane handbook for systematic reviews of interventions. Data was extracted from the 8 studies selected which were systematically reviewed, and subsequent meta-analysis was performed. A statistically significant decrease in body fat (6 studies which included n=294 subjects; MD -0.56 kg; 95% CI -0.90 to -0.22 kg; p=0.001; I2 =18%; Χ2=6.08; p=0.30) and an increase in lean body mass (7 studies which included n=370 subjects; MD 0.37 kg; 95% CI 0.02 to 0.72 kg; p=0.04; I2 =55%; Χ2=13.42; p=0.04) were detected. Sensitivity analysis confirmed the significance of these results. No statistically significant changes were observed in any of the other variables studied. Despite the statistically significant decrease in body fat and increase in lean body mass, not statistically or clinically significant improvements were observed in the other variables, not even in those where favorable changes had been reported in previous studies. For obtaining more conclusive results in future meta-analysis, it will be necessary to carry out new studies with less variable and better-defined HIT and HPD protocols in order to increase comparability. These studies should control subjects’ diet conveniently, especially protein and energy intake.

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