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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hellrich, Johannes; Buechel, Sven; Hahn, Udo;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Models for diachronic lexical semantics used by the Jena Semantic Explorer (JeSemE) web site described in our COLING 2018 paper "JeSemE: A Website for Exploring Diachronic Changes in Word Meaning and Emotion". Also described and applied in Johannes Hellrich's Ph.D. thesis "Word Embeddings: Reliability & Semantic Change" who was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) within the graduate school "The Romantic Model" (GRK 2041/1). One ZIP file per corpus, each containing several CSV files: CHI.csv with χ2 word association values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) EMBEDDING.csv with SVD-PPMI word embeddings (aligned; structure: word-id, time, values) EMOTION.csv with VAD word emotion values (structure: word-id, time, values) FREQUENCY.csv with relative word frequency values (structure: word-id, time, value) PPMI.csv with PPMI word association values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) SIMILARITY.csv with word embedding derived word similarity values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) WORDIDS.csv mapping words to their corpus specific IDs Corpora are: coha: Corpus of Historical American English dta: Deutsches Textarchiv 'German Text Archive' google_fiction: Google Books N-Gram corpus, English fiction subcorpus google_german: Google Books N-Gram corpus, German subcorpus rsc: Royal Society Corpus

  • Research data . 2015
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Selden Jr., Robert Z.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    In June of 2015, Caddo vessels from the George C. Davis (41CE19) collection were scanned at the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (TARL) at the University of Texas at Austin. These scans were generated for use in a study of 3D geometric morphometrics and for public outreach. Many thanks to the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma and the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory for the requisite permissions and access.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    García-Diego, Fernando-Juan; Zarzo, Manuel; Ramírez, Sandra; Perles, Angel;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | CollectionCare (814624)

    This data set contains relative humidity measurements obtained with sensors installed in the apse vault of the Cathedral of Valencia in Spain. The interest of these sensors is to monitor the conservation conditions of Renaissance frescoes. Included files are: Cathedral_of_Valencia_RH_2008.csv : Relative humidity measurements for the year 2008 Cathedral_of_Valencia_RH_2010.csv : Relative humidity measurements for the year 2010

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Romein, Christel Annemieke; Veldhoen, Sara; de Gruijter, Michel;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Titel: Ordonnantie ende lyste van den grooten Brabandtschen zwygenden land-tol, geleyde- en peerd-gelt, over de steden, vryheden, dorpen, heerlijckheden en plaatsen, gelegen in Brabandt ressort van desen Staat. Gemaeckt en gedresseert na de oude voorgaende ordonnantien en lijsten, daer op de selve tot nogh toe is ontfangen en gerevideert den 20. Augusti 1716., waer na een yeder des aengaende hem sal hebben te reguleren Publisher: Paulus Scheltus Place: ‘s-Gravenhage/ Den Haag Year: 1716 Used version: The copy we used for the transcriptions is held at the KB National Library of the Netherlands. Link digitised version of the book: https://books.google.nl/books?id=_YxbAAAAcAAJ (Main) Language: Nederlands. Province: Brabant Font: Roman. Model used: Dutch_Romantype_Print Version of Transkribus used: v.1.9.1. Other info: Abbyy FineReader v.11 has been used. Link model: For more information on the HTR-model used, please visit: https://lab.kb.nl/dataset/entangled-histories-ordinances-low-countries. Transcription conventions: The abbreviations have been written out into full words. The hyphens at the end of a line have been kept (when there). If you are in need of the original scans of the documents, please contact dataservices@kb.nl. This transcription is part of the dataset created with the ‘Entangled Histories’-project. PI: dr. C.A. Romein; Scientific Programmer: S.F. Veldhoen, MSc; Project Manager: drs. M. de Gruijter.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Naranjo-Zeledón, Luis;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    These files contain the calculations of phonological proximity and validations with users carried out on a subset of the Costa Rican Sign Language (LESCO, for its acronym in Spanish). The signs corresponding to the alphabet have been used.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kasten, Megan; Opitz, Rachel; Hunterian, The;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains the 32 raw measurements/scans taken before the mesh creation step for object GLAHM:B.1951.3137 in the Hunterian's Archaeology collection in Glasgow, Scotland. GLAHM:B.1951.3137 is a two-handled bowl (Ionic Cup B2) from Greece: http://collections.gla.ac.uk/#/details/ecatalogue/118198 Comparanda: Gravisca 4, 164-165, 323, tav. 9, type IV/1. Data was captured using a Zeiss Comet L3D 2 5M at 100 FOV to enable the analysis of use-wear on archaeological objects. The model is scaled in millimetres. This dataset consists of 45,140,392 points - additional metadata included in associated spreadsheet. Gravisca 4: S. Boldrini, Le Ceramiche Ioniche, Bari 1994. Access to these materials was facilitated by the Hunterian. Please include the original catalogue reference to the physical object when citing this material. Funding was provided by the University of Missouri System Research Board, Grant no. RB 17-31.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Collins, Tracy;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Funded by: Irish Research Council (IRC) Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship 2017 GOIPD/2017/996, hosted by Department of Archaeology, University College Cork. Catalogue dataset of monograph Female Monasticism in Medieval Ireland: An Archaeology (forthcoming, Cork: Cork University Press).

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Frerebeau, Nicolas; Nauleau, Jean-François;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains analyses of 76 ceramic samples from the medieval workshop of Les Landes (Beaupréau-en-Mauges, Maine-et-Loire, France). The chemical composition of the samples was obtained by energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (EDS). The mineralogical composition of the samples was studied by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD). Method The outer surfaces of all the samples were mechanically removed prior to analysis. EDS The samples were heated to 950°C for one hour after 24h drying at 50°C, weighted for LOI calculation and ground in a tungsten carbide mortar. Measurements were made on pelletized powders. The data were collected by energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (Oxford INCA 300 spectrometer) coupled with scanning electron microscopy imaging (JEOL JSM 6460LV variable pressure microscope). The measurements were carried out under partial vacuum (20 Pa) with an acceleration voltage of 20 kV. The acquisition time is 90 s per spectrum, over the energy range 0-20 keV. For all EDS spectra, the dead time during acquisition is about 30%, for an average number of hits per spectrum greater than 106. The compositions are calculated from Oxford Instruments standards made of metals, synthetic compounds and natural minerals. Six measurements were carried out on each pellet (the area analyzed during each measurement is approximately 5.10-2 mm2). The results are expressed in mass percentages of oxides and are normalized to 100%. Ten major elements were quantified: Na2O, MgO, Al2O3, SiO2, P2O5, K2O, CaO, TiO2, MnO, Fe2O3 (total iron). Although results of elementary composition below 0.5 wt% lack quantitative precision, they are mentioned in the general composition as they hold qualitative information. Values below 0.01% must be considered unreliable. The EDS.csv file contains all the chemical compositions, with the following columns: sample: sample reference. analysis: analysis reference (1 to 6 per sample). date: date of the analysis. laboratory: analysis laboratory. fait, stratigraphy, isolat: stratigraphic unit. artefact: typology. LOI: loss on ignition (percent). Na2O, MgO, Al2O3, SiO2, P2O5, K2O, CaO, TiO2, MnO, Fe2O3 (total): oxide mass percents. XRD The data were collected with a D8 Advance (Bruker) diffractometer in Bragg-Brentano configuration working at 1.6 kW (40 kV, 40 mA) and equipped with a copper anode source (kα1 = 1.5406 ; the kβ ray being removed by a Ni-filter in the diffracted beam). The tube was equipped with a 0.3° divergence slit and an 8 mm anti-scattering slit was mounted in front of the LynxEye© CCD detector. Data recording was performed from 3° to 70° (2θ), in steps of 0.02° with an acquisition time of 2 s, the sample being rotated. The stability of the device was controlled between the different series of measurements by the analysis of a standard (corundum crystal, NIST 1976). The XRD.zip archive contains all diffractograms in the Bruker raw format. The XRD.csv file contains all results expressed in counts, one sample per row, the first line gives the angular position (2 thêta) and the first columns contains the sample code.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kasten, Megan; Opitz, Rachel; The Hunterian;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Final 3D dataset for object GLAHM:D.160 in the Hunterian's Archaeology collection in Glasgow, Scotland. GLAHM:D.160 is a Black Gloss plate: http://collections.gla.ac.uk/#/details/ecatalogue/117080 Edited in CVA Glasgow, vol. 18, 49, pl. 60.7. Morel 1981, 140, pl. 31, 2141b 1. Data was captured using a Zeiss Comet L3D 2 5M at 100 FOV to enable the analysis of use-wear on archaeological objects. The model is scaled in millimetres. Final dataset consists of 4,926,979 triangles - additional metadata included in associated spreadsheet. CVA Glasgow: E. Moginard 1997, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Great Britain, Fascicule 18, Glasgow, Oxford 1997.-wear on archaeological objects. Morel 1981: J.P. Morel, Céramique campanienne: les formes, Rome 1981. Access to these materials was facilitated by the Hunterian. Please include the original catalogue reference to the physical object when citing this material. Funding was provided by the University of Missouri System Research Board, Grant no. RB 17-31.

  • Research data . 2022
    Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Botica, Natália; Silva, José; Luís, Luís;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Motivo desenhado a partir de ortofoto gerado no Agisoft, com o modelo 3D de levantamento fotogramétrico, no âmbito do Project RARAA- Repositório de Arte Rupestre de Acesso Aberto - COA/OVD/0097/2019 Escudo tipo "Caetra" a ser utilizado pelo guerreiro em combate com o cavaleiro - Sítio da Vermelhosa, Rocha 3, Côa Valley, Portugal

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  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Hellrich, Johannes; Buechel, Sven; Hahn, Udo;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Models for diachronic lexical semantics used by the Jena Semantic Explorer (JeSemE) web site described in our COLING 2018 paper "JeSemE: A Website for Exploring Diachronic Changes in Word Meaning and Emotion". Also described and applied in Johannes Hellrich's Ph.D. thesis "Word Embeddings: Reliability & Semantic Change" who was funded by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) within the graduate school "The Romantic Model" (GRK 2041/1). One ZIP file per corpus, each containing several CSV files: CHI.csv with χ2 word association values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) EMBEDDING.csv with SVD-PPMI word embeddings (aligned; structure: word-id, time, values) EMOTION.csv with VAD word emotion values (structure: word-id, time, values) FREQUENCY.csv with relative word frequency values (structure: word-id, time, value) PPMI.csv with PPMI word association values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) SIMILARITY.csv with word embedding derived word similarity values (structure: word-id, word-id, time, value) WORDIDS.csv mapping words to their corpus specific IDs Corpora are: coha: Corpus of Historical American English dta: Deutsches Textarchiv 'German Text Archive' google_fiction: Google Books N-Gram corpus, English fiction subcorpus google_german: Google Books N-Gram corpus, German subcorpus rsc: Royal Society Corpus

  • Research data . 2015
    Open Access
    Authors: 
    Selden Jr., Robert Z.;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    In June of 2015, Caddo vessels from the George C. Davis (41CE19) collection were scanned at the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory (TARL) at the University of Texas at Austin. These scans were generated for use in a study of 3D geometric morphometrics and for public outreach. Many thanks to the Caddo Nation of Oklahoma and the Texas Archeological Research Laboratory for the requisite permissions and access.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    García-Diego, Fernando-Juan; Zarzo, Manuel; Ramírez, Sandra; Perles, Angel;
    Publisher: Zenodo
    Project: EC | CollectionCare (814624)

    This data set contains relative humidity measurements obtained with sensors installed in the apse vault of the Cathedral of Valencia in Spain. The interest of these sensors is to monitor the conservation conditions of Renaissance frescoes. Included files are: Cathedral_of_Valencia_RH_2008.csv : Relative humidity measurements for the year 2008 Cathedral_of_Valencia_RH_2010.csv : Relative humidity measurements for the year 2010

  • Open Access Dutch; Flemish
    Authors: 
    Romein, Christel Annemieke; Veldhoen, Sara; de Gruijter, Michel;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Titel: Ordonnantie ende lyste van den grooten Brabandtschen zwygenden land-tol, geleyde- en peerd-gelt, over de steden, vryheden, dorpen, heerlijckheden en plaatsen, gelegen in Brabandt ressort van desen Staat. Gemaeckt en gedresseert na de oude voorgaende ordonnantien en lijsten, daer op de selve tot nogh toe is ontfangen en gerevideert den 20. Augusti 1716., waer na een yeder des aengaende hem sal hebben te reguleren Publisher: Paulus Scheltus Place: ‘s-Gravenhage/ Den Haag Year: 1716 Used version: The copy we used for the transcriptions is held at the KB National Library of the Netherlands. Link digitised version of the book: https://books.google.nl/books?id=_YxbAAAAcAAJ (Main) Language: Nederlands. Province: Brabant Font: Roman. Model used: Dutch_Romantype_Print Version of Transkribus used: v.1.9.1. Other info: Abbyy FineReader v.11 has been used. Link model: For more information on the HTR-model used, please visit: https://lab.kb.nl/dataset/entangled-histories-ordinances-low-countries. Transcription conventions: The abbreviations have been written out into full words. The hyphens at the end of a line have been kept (when there). If you are in need of the original scans of the documents, please contact dataservices@kb.nl. This transcription is part of the dataset created with the ‘Entangled Histories’-project. PI: dr. C.A. Romein; Scientific Programmer: S.F. Veldhoen, MSc; Project Manager: drs. M. de Gruijter.

  • Open Access
    Authors: 
    Naranjo-Zeledón, Luis;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    These files contain the calculations of phonological proximity and validations with users carried out on a subset of the Costa Rican Sign Language (LESCO, for its acronym in Spanish). The signs corresponding to the alphabet have been used.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kasten, Megan; Opitz, Rachel; Hunterian, The;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains the 32 raw measurements/scans taken before the mesh creation step for object GLAHM:B.1951.3137 in the Hunterian's Archaeology collection in Glasgow, Scotland. GLAHM:B.1951.3137 is a two-handled bowl (Ionic Cup B2) from Greece: http://collections.gla.ac.uk/#/details/ecatalogue/118198 Comparanda: Gravisca 4, 164-165, 323, tav. 9, type IV/1. Data was captured using a Zeiss Comet L3D 2 5M at 100 FOV to enable the analysis of use-wear on archaeological objects. The model is scaled in millimetres. This dataset consists of 45,140,392 points - additional metadata included in associated spreadsheet. Gravisca 4: S. Boldrini, Le Ceramiche Ioniche, Bari 1994. Access to these materials was facilitated by the Hunterian. Please include the original catalogue reference to the physical object when citing this material. Funding was provided by the University of Missouri System Research Board, Grant no. RB 17-31.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Collins, Tracy;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Funded by: Irish Research Council (IRC) Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Fellowship 2017 GOIPD/2017/996, hosted by Department of Archaeology, University College Cork. Catalogue dataset of monograph Female Monasticism in Medieval Ireland: An Archaeology (forthcoming, Cork: Cork University Press).

  • Restricted English
    Authors: 
    Frerebeau, Nicolas; Nauleau, Jean-François;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    This dataset contains analyses of 76 ceramic samples from the medieval workshop of Les Landes (Beaupréau-en-Mauges, Maine-et-Loire, France). The chemical composition of the samples was obtained by energy-dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (EDS). The mineralogical composition of the samples was studied by powder X-ray diffraction (XRD). Method The outer surfaces of all the samples were mechanically removed prior to analysis. EDS The samples were heated to 950°C for one hour after 24h drying at 50°C, weighted for LOI calculation and ground in a tungsten carbide mortar. Measurements were made on pelletized powders. The data were collected by energy dispersive X-ray fluorescence spectrometry (Oxford INCA 300 spectrometer) coupled with scanning electron microscopy imaging (JEOL JSM 6460LV variable pressure microscope). The measurements were carried out under partial vacuum (20 Pa) with an acceleration voltage of 20 kV. The acquisition time is 90 s per spectrum, over the energy range 0-20 keV. For all EDS spectra, the dead time during acquisition is about 30%, for an average number of hits per spectrum greater than 106. The compositions are calculated from Oxford Instruments standards made of metals, synthetic compounds and natural minerals. Six measurements were carried out on each pellet (the area analyzed during each measurement is approximately 5.10-2 mm2). The results are expressed in mass percentages of oxides and are normalized to 100%. Ten major elements were quantified: Na2O, MgO, Al2O3, SiO2, P2O5, K2O, CaO, TiO2, MnO, Fe2O3 (total iron). Although results of elementary composition below 0.5 wt% lack quantitative precision, they are mentioned in the general composition as they hold qualitative information. Values below 0.01% must be considered unreliable. The EDS.csv file contains all the chemical compositions, with the following columns: sample: sample reference. analysis: analysis reference (1 to 6 per sample). date: date of the analysis. laboratory: analysis laboratory. fait, stratigraphy, isolat: stratigraphic unit. artefact: typology. LOI: loss on ignition (percent). Na2O, MgO, Al2O3, SiO2, P2O5, K2O, CaO, TiO2, MnO, Fe2O3 (total): oxide mass percents. XRD The data were collected with a D8 Advance (Bruker) diffractometer in Bragg-Brentano configuration working at 1.6 kW (40 kV, 40 mA) and equipped with a copper anode source (kα1 = 1.5406 ; the kβ ray being removed by a Ni-filter in the diffracted beam). The tube was equipped with a 0.3° divergence slit and an 8 mm anti-scattering slit was mounted in front of the LynxEye© CCD detector. Data recording was performed from 3° to 70° (2θ), in steps of 0.02° with an acquisition time of 2 s, the sample being rotated. The stability of the device was controlled between the different series of measurements by the analysis of a standard (corundum crystal, NIST 1976). The XRD.zip archive contains all diffractograms in the Bruker raw format. The XRD.csv file contains all results expressed in counts, one sample per row, the first line gives the angular position (2 thêta) and the first columns contains the sample code.

  • Open Access English
    Authors: 
    Kasten, Megan; Opitz, Rachel; The Hunterian;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Final 3D dataset for object GLAHM:D.160 in the Hunterian's Archaeology collection in Glasgow, Scotland. GLAHM:D.160 is a Black Gloss plate: http://collections.gla.ac.uk/#/details/ecatalogue/117080 Edited in CVA Glasgow, vol. 18, 49, pl. 60.7. Morel 1981, 140, pl. 31, 2141b 1. Data was captured using a Zeiss Comet L3D 2 5M at 100 FOV to enable the analysis of use-wear on archaeological objects. The model is scaled in millimetres. Final dataset consists of 4,926,979 triangles - additional metadata included in associated spreadsheet. CVA Glasgow: E. Moginard 1997, Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum, Great Britain, Fascicule 18, Glasgow, Oxford 1997.-wear on archaeological objects. Morel 1981: J.P. Morel, Céramique campanienne: les formes, Rome 1981. Access to these materials was facilitated by the Hunterian. Please include the original catalogue reference to the physical object when citing this material. Funding was provided by the University of Missouri System Research Board, Grant no. RB 17-31.

  • Research data . 2022
    Open Access Portuguese
    Authors: 
    Botica, Natália; Silva, José; Luís, Luís;
    Publisher: Zenodo

    Motivo desenhado a partir de ortofoto gerado no Agisoft, com o modelo 3D de levantamento fotogramétrico, no âmbito do Project RARAA- Repositório de Arte Rupestre de Acesso Aberto - COA/OVD/0097/2019 Escudo tipo "Caetra" a ser utilizado pelo guerreiro em combate com o cavaleiro - Sítio da Vermelhosa, Rocha 3, Côa Valley, Portugal