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doi:10.34810/data172
Dataset. 2022

PLUS.WP5 PLATFORM COOPERATIVISM CONCEPTUALIZATION

  • Fuster Morell, Mayo
  • Espelt, Ricard
  • Renau Cano, Melissa
Language of the dataset: English, Catalan Abstract: This dataset frames the role of cooperatives as a potential alternative business model for the platform economy. It contains 11 semi-structured interviews to stakeholders engaged with platform cooperatives (Katuma, Smart and Fairbnb) about limits and strengths of economic performance in terms of growth, working conditions and redistribution of gains. The dataset is presented in three files. This dataset has been the previous steps to the testing of ‘Charter on Digital Worker Rights’ performed in the frame of PLUS project (supported by European Union Horizon 2020 Programme under the grant agreement number 822638) through unstructured interviews and co-creation sessions with the three project pilots: Katuma, Smart and Fairbnb. The dataset is composed by the following sheets: 01_Semi-structured interview script 02_Profiles_interviewed 03_Interviews_transcriptions Key words: platform cooperativism…

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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Dataset. 2022

PLUS.WP5 COOPERATIVE PILOTS

  • Fuster Morell, Mayo
  • Espelt, Ricard
  • Renau Cano, Melissa
This data set will include data from the testing of the PLUS project “Charter of Digital Worker Rights” presented in the deliverable“D5.1 Charter of Digital Worker Rights”. The Charter was tested by the involved cooperatives (Katuma, Smart and FairBnb). The testing was organized by a survey, co-creation and unstructured sessions. The dataset includes the aggregated data from questionnaires answered by stakeholders participating in the testing sessions with Katuma, Smart and FairbnB. The dataset is presented in two files: 1) 01_Surveys_script.txt which includes the questionnaire and, 2) 02_Surveys_Results.ods which contains the results of the surveys. This dataset has been the base for the testing of “Charter on Digital Worker Rights” performed in the frame of PLUS project (supported by European Union Horizon 2020 Programme under the grant agreement number 822638) through a survey, unstructured and co-creation sessions with the three project pilots: Katuma, Smart and Fairbnb.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data174
Dataset. 2022

CODE FOR: ROBUST TRANSCRIPTIONAL INDICATORS OF PLANT IMMUNE CELL DEATH REVEALED BY SPATIO-TEMPORAL TRANSCRIPTOME ANALYSES

  • Salguero-Linares, Jose
  • Serrano, Irene
  • Ruiz-Solani, Nerea
  • Salas-Gómez, Marta
  • Phukan, Ujjal J.
  • González, Victor M.
  • Bernardo-Faura, Marti
  • Valls, Marc
  • Rengel, David
  • Coll, Nuria S.
This dataset compiles the code for the research article "Robust transcriptional indicators of plant immune cell death revealed by spatio-temporal transcriptome analyses", currently pubished as a preprint in BioRxiv (DOI:10.1101/2021.10.06.463031). Both the raw and processed transcriptomic data experimentally generated and analysed here in order to identify transcriptional indicators of plant immune cell death are available at GEO (currently under embargo). In addition, supplementary data published with the article, some of which was generated using this code, is available (currently under embargo until manuscript publication) in a linked dataset (https://doi.org/10.34810/data136).

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data175
Dataset. 2022

REPLICATION DATA FOR DETERMINANTS OF EARLY ANTIBODY RESPONSES TO COVID-19 MRNA VACCINES IN EXPOSED AND NAÏVE HEALTHCARE WORKERS

  • Gemma Moncunill
  • Ruth Aguilar
  • Marta Ribes
  • Natalia Ortega
  • Rocío Rubio
  • Gemma Salmeron
  • Maria José Molina
  • Marta Vidal
  • Diana Barrios
  • Robert A. Mitchell
  • Alfons Jimenez
  • Cristina Castellana
  • Pablo Hernández-Luis
  • Pau Rodó
  • Susana Méndez
  • Anna Llupià
  • Laura Puyol
  • Natalia Rodrigo Melero
  • Carlo Carolis
  • Alfredo Mayor
  • Luis Izquierdo
  • Pilar Varela
  • Antoni Trilla
  • Anna Vilella
  • Sonia Barroso
  • Ana Angulo
  • Pablo Engel
  • Marta Tortajada
  • Alberto L. Garcia-Basteiro
  • Carlota Dobaño
Databases containing raw analytical data obtained in the SEROCOV-1 and SEROCOVAC studies and personal covariates used in the publication Moncunill G, Aguilar R, et al EBioMedicine. 2022 Jan 11;75:103805. doi: 10.1016/j.ebiom.2021.103805. Data correspond to antibody levels to SARS-CoV-2 and four seasonal coronaviruses, and the neutralization capacity of samples from 578 participants recruited from 28 March- 9 April 2020, and the follow-up visits after one, three, six, nine and twelve months. In months 9 and 12, data on vaccination status was collected and some participants had already received the 1st (N=64) or the 2nd doses (N=4). Month 12 follow-up mostly included participants who had a blood sample taken two weeks post 2nd dose. The analytical data is completed with participants' information on occupation, comorbidities, previous COVID19 diagnoses and other sociodemographic characteristics. The code was developed using R version 4.0.3.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data178
Dataset. 2022

SUPPLEMENTARY MATERIAL OF THE PAPER: “THE DIGITAL 3D-ATLAS MAKER (DAMAKER): A DYNAMIC AND EXPANDABLE DIGITAL 3D-TOOL FOR MONITORING THE TEMPORAL CHANGES IN TISSUE GROWTH DURING HINDBRAIN MORPHOGENESIS”

  • Pujades, Cristina
  • Blanc, Matthias
  • Udina, Frederic
Replication materials for the paper "The Digital 3D-Atlas MAKER (DAMAKER): a dynamic and expandable digital 3D-tool for monitoring the temporal changes in tissue growth during hindbrain morphogenesis". Three datasets are included. The first one contains the FIJI macros for image analysis. The second one contains the R code to plot signals along the embryonic axes. The final one contains the 3D models of various signals and the temporal maps showing the changes in tissue growth during hindbrain morphogenesis. First dataset: Supplementary_Material_1: It contains the FIJI_Macros in 10 IJM files. Second dataset: Supplementary_Material_2: It contains the R code and the Axis distribution plots. Third dataset: It contains 9 TIFF files which generate the 3D animated model videos of the temporal maps. They weigh nearly 2GB

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data17
Dataset. 2023

REPLICATION DATA FOR: NOT ALL THAT BURNS IS WOOD. A SOCIAL PERSPECTIVE ON FUEL EXPLOITATION AND USE DURING THE INDUS URBAN PERIOD (2600-1900 BC)

  • Lancelotti, Carla
Raw data, transformed data and R script used in: Lancelotti, C. 2018. Not all that burns is wood. A social perspective on fuel exploitation and use during the Indus urban period (2600-1900 BC). PLoS One. 2018; 13(3): e0192364. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0192364

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data181
Dataset. 2022

LATERALITY_HAR2009-07223

  • Bargalló Ferrerons, Amèlia
  • Mosquera Martínez, Marina
This project shows us how we can identify the products of knapping from left and right-handed knappers in Pleistocene assemblages. 1) Design the methodology how to identify the technical features of the flakes knapped by right-handed and left handed knappers. 2) Define a methodology to identify the dispersal patterns of items during the process of knapping. 3) Apply these new methodologies to the archaeological record of Abric Romani and Gran Dolina, Atapuerca.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data182
Dataset. 2021

PHASE IRREGULARITY: A CONCEPTUALLY SIMPLE AND EFFICIENT APPROACH TO CHARACTERIZE ELECTROENCEPHALOGRAPHIC RECORDINGS FROM EPILEPSY PATIENTS [SOURCE CODE AND WORKSPACES]

  • Espinoso, Anaïs
  • Andrzejak, Ralph Gregor
This dataset provides you with the source codes and results underlying the manuscript: Espinoso A and Andrzejak RG. 2022. Phase irregularity: A conceptually simple and efficient approach to characterize electroencephalographic recordings from epilepsy patients. Phys. Rev. E. 105, 034212. In order to understand the source code, you should first read the manuscript. All the detailed information explaining how to use the source code and how the results are organized can be found in the readme file. The code is done using MATLAB and it uses the same notation for mathematical symbols as in the manuscript. Additional comments can be found throughout the source code. The code files starting by "EA" are done for obtaining the results of the manuscript Espinoso 2022. The code files starting by "ASR" were used for obtaining surrogates and filter the signals. If you use these last mentioned codes, please cite the following paper: Andrzejak RG, Schindler K, Rummel C. Nonrandomness, nonlinear dependence, and nonstationarity of electroencephalographic recordings from epilepsy patients. Phys. Rev. E, 86, 046206, 2012 To get started with the code for obtaining the EEG results open EA_EEG_Main.m, and for the Rössler results open EA_Rossler_Main.m. We have tested the code, and to the best of our knowledge it has no bugs. In case you have any questions or problems, please contact us. The same results obtained in the paper for the EEG and Rössler are available in MATLAB format. Please, read the important remark in the readme file. If you run the analysis using the codes provided here, you will not get identical results as in the paper. This is the reason why we provide the identical results here.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data184
Dataset. 2020

CODE FOR AUTOMATED DETECTION OF ARCHAEOLOGICAL MOUNDS USING MACHINE-LEARNING CLASSIFICATION OF MULTISENSOR AND MULTITEMPORAL SATELLITE DATA

  • Orengo Romeu, Hèctor A.
JavaScript code to be implemented in Google Earth Engine(c) for automated detection of archaeological mounds in Cholistan (Pakistan) using machine-learning classification of multisensor and multitemporal satellite data.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data185
Dataset. 2022

WOMEN AND MEN IN THE AUTHORSHIP OF ARCHAEOLOGY PUBLICATIONS IN SPAIN (1970-2020). DATABASE

  • Mateo Corredor, Daniel
  • Pastor Quiles, María
This database corresponds to the study of authorship of men and women of the research contributions published in a selection of ten Spanish Archaeology journals over the last half century. In this paper the percentage of representation of women in these high-ranking journals and its evolution during this period is analysed. It is also addressed if there are differences in the proportion of female and male authors according to single and multiple authorships, in signature positions and whether the sex/gender of the first authorship has any influence in the rest. Besides, the study tackles the subject of these contributions and also in accordance with sex/gender of the authorship. The results obtained bring to light that despite the incorporation of women in Archaeology university studies and the profession during the last 50 years, men continue to be authors of the majority of the works published in these journals. This study shows that the low proportion of female authors has been sustained over time without observing a progression to an increasing representation of women as authors of these publications.,
Esta base de datos corresponde al estudio de la autoría de hombres y mujeres en los trabajos de investigación procedentes de una selección de diez revistas de Arqueología publicadas en España en el último medio siglo. En dicho estudio se analiza el porcentaje de representación de las mujeres en estas revistas de impacto y su evolución a lo largo de ese periodo. También se examina si hay diferencias en la proporción de autoras y autores en función de si se trata de contribuciones de única autoría o coautoría, en la posición de firma y si influye el sexo/género de la primera autoría a la hora de determinar el resto de firmantes, además de abordar las temáticas de estos trabajos y su relación con dicha variable. Los resultados obtenidos ponen de manifiesto que a pesar de la incorporación de las mujeres en los estudios universitarios y en el desempeño profesional de esta materia en los últimos 50 años, los varones siguen siendo autores de la mayoría de los trabajos publicados en estas revistas. El estudio evidencia que la menor presencia de autoras se ha sostenido en el tiempo sin que se observe una progresión hacia una mayor representación de las mujeres en la autoría de estos trabajos.

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