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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data682
Dataset. 2023

WEALTH INDEX DATA

  • Achla Marathe
  • Aina Casellas
  • Carlos Chaccour
  • Cassidy Rist
  • Charfudin Sacoor
  • Edgar Jamisse
  • Eldo Elobolobo
  • Felisbela Materrula 
  • Francisco Saute
  • Humberto Munguambe
  • Julia Montana
  • Kexin Xie
  • Mussa Sale
  • Patricia Nicolas
  • Paula Ruiz-Castillo
  • Regina Rabinovich
  • Saimado Imputiua
  • Victor Mutepa
  • Xinwei Deng
Data corresponding to household socioeconomic characteristics collected in a demographic survey conducted in Mopeia district (Zambezia province, Mozambique).

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Dataset. 2023

EXPERIMENTAL DATA ASSOCIATED TO THE ARTICLE "MULTISTIMULI-RESPONSIVE SMART WINDOWS BASED ON PARAFFIN-POLYMER COMPOSITES"

  • Otaegui, Jaume Ramon
  • Ruiz-Molina, Daniel
  • Hernando Campos, Jordi
  • Roscini, Claudio
The dataset shows the experimental data provided in the main text and supporting information of the article "Multistimuli-responsive smart windows based on paraffin-polymer composites": thermal variation of refractive index, thermal and time variation of transmission spectra, electron microscopy images, differential scanning calorymetry thermograms, variation of transmission spectra with light irradiation and voltage application, temperature variation into house models upon sunlight irradiation.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data685
Dataset. 2023

RAW DATA TO SUPPORT THE MANUSCRIPT WITH THE FOLLOWING SCOPE: HOST COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PROTEIN MATERIALS SOURCES

  • Corchero Nieto, José Luis
  • de Pinho Favaro, Marianna T.
  • Márquez-Martínez, Mercè
  • Lascorz Lozano, Jara A.
  • Martínez-Torró, Carlos
  • Sanchez, Julieta M.
  • López-Laguna, Hèctor
  • de Souza Ferreira, Luís Carlos
  • Vázquez Gómez, Esther
  • Ferrer-Miralles, Neus
  • Villaverde Corrales, Antonio
  • Parladé Molist, Eloi
Raw data of a set of experiments aimed to investigate how recombinant proteins from diffrent cell factories behave in the assembling as protein materials for drug delivery

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
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HYGROSCOPIC AND CORROSION TESTS OF SALT HYDRATES TO BE USED AS PHASE CHANGE MATERIALS (PCMS) IN THERMAL ENERGY STORAGE (TES)

  • Martínez Alcocer, F. Rodrigo
  • Borri, Emiliano
  • Cabeza, Luisa F.
This dataset corresponds to a study aimed at evaluating the hygroscopic behaviour and corrosion effect of inorganic compounds to be applied as phase change material (PCM) in a laten heat thermal energy storage (TES) system. The hygroscopy test consisted of analysing the rate at which inorganic compounds can absorb water during 8 hours of exposure to the environment and the amount of water removed in 12 hours of subsequent drying. The corrosion tests consisted of analysing the changes produced by static orrosion in stainless steel fibres when they are immersed one week in different liquid inorganic PCMs as first tests for PCM selection.

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doi:10.34810/data687
Dataset. 2023

ERC ARTSOUNDSCAPES PROJECT – IMPULSE RESPONSES MEASURED AT URKOSH AREA (RUSSIAN ALTAI)

  • Alvarez Morales, Carmen Lidia
  • Benítez-Aragón, Daniel
  • Díaz-Andreu, Margarita
Data collected in the framework of the ERC project Artsoundscapes, the sound of special places: exploring rock art soundscapes and the sacred (https://cordis.europa.eu/project/id/787842). The project focuses on the relationship between archaeoacoustics and rock art. The dataset includes audio files that are some the impulse responses gathered in a selection of rock art sites in the Urkosh Area (Russian Altai), more specifically, Gran Yaloman, Urkosh XV, Foothill, Boulder, Urkosh IV B, Rock face 1 & Rock face 2. The tables include the acoustic data derived from those impulse responses. Fieldwork was conducted in August 2019, by Margarita Díaz-Andreu, Adriano Farina, Tommaso Mattioli, Laura Coltofean, Elio Smith, Elena Miklashovich and Andrzej Rozwadowski.

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DATASET FOR “REGULATING OXYGEN ION TRANSPORT AT THE NANOSCALE TO ENABLE HIGHLY CYCLABLE MAGNETO-IONIC CONTROL OF MAGNETISM”

  • Tan, Zhengwei
  • Ma, Zheng
  • Fuentes-Rodriguez, Laura
  • Liedke, Maciej O.
  • Butterling, Maik
  • Attallah, Ahmed G.
  • Hirschmann, Eric
  • Wagner, Andreas
  • Abad, Llibertat
  • Casañ-Pastor, Nieves
  • Lopeandía Fernández, Aitor
  • Menéndez Dalmau, Enric
  • Sort Viñas, Jordi
This dataset contains the information on our recent body of work on transition-metal oxide-based magneto-ionics and all the relevant data files. In this work, we propose a nanoscale-engineered magneto-ionic architecture (comprising a thin solid electrolyte in contact with a liquid electrolyte), that drastically enhances cyclability while preserving sufficiently high electric fields to trigger ion motion. Specifically, we show that the insertion of a highly nanostructured (amorphous-like) Ta layer (with suitable thickness and electric resistivity) between a magneto-ionic target material (i.e., Co3O4) and the liquid electrolyte, increases magneto-ionic cyclability from < 30 cycles (when no Ta is inserted) to more than 800 cycles. The Ta layer is effective in trapping oxygen and hindering O2– ions from moving into the liquid electrolyte, thus keeping O2– motion mainly restricted between Co3O4 and Ta when voltage of alternating polarity is applied. We demonstrate that this approach provides a suitable strategy to boost magneto-ionics by combining the benefits of solid and liquid electrolytes in a synergetic manner.

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DATA OF: USING HORSE TEETH TO SHAPE STONE TOOLS: AN EXPERIMENTAL APPROACH TO CHARACTERISE USE WEAR TRACES

  • Cristian Micó
  • Felipe Cuartero
  • Javier Llamazares
  • Pablo Sañudo
  • Luis Zalbidea
  • Florent Rivals
  • Ruth Blasco
Tooth retouchers have been typically grouped within the category of “bone retouchers” at a technical level and thus, considered as “soft” hammers. However, the different chemical composition of bones and teeth have never been previously considered. Teeth are denser and heavier than bone blanks and, consequently, their technological features are not homologous and nature of this material as retoucher should be assessed. In this dataset we include some results of an archaeological experiment in which 41 modern horse teeth were used to test their effectiveness as retouchers. The aim of this work is to better understand the purpose of using teeth as tools of both Neanderthal and early modern populations, as well as to shed light about how these human groups used them. The overall objective of these data is to provide material to other researchers in order to allow comparisons with material from archaeological record or from other archaeological experiments.

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Dataset. 2023

DATASET SOBRE HÁBITOS Y PERCEPCIONES SOBRE LA CIENCIA ABIERTA DE INVESTIGADORES DE INSTITUCIONES ESPAÑOLAS

  • Ollé-Castellà, Candela
  • López-Borrull, Alexandre
  • Melero, Remedios
  • Boté-Vericad, Juan-José
  • Rodríguez-Gairín, Josep-Manuel
  • Abadal, Ernest
El conjunto de datos contiene archivos sobre una encuesta y datos de las respuestas, sobre hábitos y percepciones respecto a la ciencia abierta realizada a investigadores de instituciones españolas. The dataset contains files about a survey and answer data on habits and perceptions regarding open science conducted with researchers from Spanish institutions

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data691
Dataset. 2023

DYNAMICAL SYSTEMS AND STOCHASTIC SIMULATIONS SOFTWARE (AUTOCATALYTIC REPLICATOR AND HILLMODEL)

  • José Tomás Lázaro
  • Josep Sardanyés
  • Tomás Alarcón
  • Carlos Peña
Included in the folder: Numerical solutions for Hamiltonian system (computation of action, flight times, transients) and Gillespie algorithms Subject: Stochastic saddle-node bifurcations and WKB approximation All the programs have been writen in ANSI C and compiled with the GNU C-compiler (see https://gcc.gnu.org/) in a linux computer. Its current distribution is Ubuntu 22.04 but we are pretty sure they are totally compatible with any standard linux distribution, since all the commands employed are standard.

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CORA.Repositori de Dades de Recerca
doi:10.34810/data692
Dataset. 2023

PRE-TEST DOMUS LUDENS

  • Montserrat Boada, Carme
  • Iglesias Vidal, Edgar
  • Sitjes-Figueras, Rosa
  • Gallardo-Masa, Coral
Domus Ludens. The Domus Ludens Project has sought to promote play culture in residential centres to protect children in three European countries: Spain, Poland and Germany. the general objective of the Domus Ludens project has been to promote the "right to play" of children and youngsters (13-17 years old) living in residential centres by carrying out a pilot test of eight months of board game sessions per week, to assess whether regular, structured and professionally guided play has a positive impact on the "well-being" of this particularly vulnerable target group and to analyse what cognitive, emotional and social skills can be developed through regular play. The research technique used for the evaluation of the pilot was the survey, and the instruments were questionnaires with open-ended and closed-ended questions. These questionnaires were designed in English and then translated into the languages of each country (Catalan, Spanish, Polish and German). This dataset includes: (1) The data frame in SPSS Statistics Data Document (.sav) format, with the youngsters and youth workers’ answers to the questionnaire (a total of 455 answers) 2)The questionnaire in english directed to youngsters (13-17 years old) living in residential centres 3)The questionnaire in english directed to professionals working with those young people

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