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Example 1This application requests support to collect public-use data from a survey of more than 22,000 Americans over the age of 50 every 2 years. Data products from this study will be made available without cost to researchers and analysts. User registration is required in order to access or download files. As part of the registration process, users must agree to the conditions of use governing access to the public release data, including restrictions against attempting to identify study participants, destruction of the data after analyses are completed, reporting responsibilities, restrictions on redistribution of the data to third parties, and proper acknowledgment of the data resource. Registered users will receive user support, as well as information related to errors in the data, future releases, workshops, and publication lists. The information provided to users will not be used for commercial purposes, and will not be redistributed to third parties.




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This is an easy and fast way to process DMSP-OLS nightlight data and tobuild your statistics, such as mean, min, max, or other. The script usesthe GDAL python-based libraries. To install GDAL, visit the homepagehere. See thisguide on how todownload and prepare the DSMP-OLS nightlight data. Here I build yearlynightlight statistics for all Chinese cities (Admin 2 level) using thespatial boundaries from DIVA-GIS.


Protocol (MS Word, 93K) - The Clinical Intervention Study Protocol Template outlines a clinical study protocol and provides guidance on important content to include in each section. The template can be downloaded as an MS Word file for adaptation by the study investigator.


Itch offers many installation options, and one of them is to simply download the zip file of the game. No account needed.If you don't enjoy interacting with zip files, you'll probably have an easier time installing the itch.io app. See above.


Tip: Did you notice that the two screenshots above are very similar? The first time you double click a zip file you open it up to explore its contents, but everything is still inside the zip file! To actually get it out of there you have to select Extract All.


I had previously bought clone drone but I didn't install the itch.io game runner program thing. This meant that when I downloaded the runner, clone drone did not show up in my library. If someone could please let me know how I can fix this.


All the participants WITH CONFERENCE PAPER(S) submissions should make sure they follow next TWO STEPS: 1. Papers should be submitted online via EasyChair system in one of the suggested formats: DOC(DOCX) or PDF (for TEX created ones) Submit Paper 2. After notification of paper acceptance fill out the Package Registration Form With Paper and attach final paper. You should also attach either a *.doc (*.docx) file or a *.zip file (containing a *.tex file and figures) to the form. All the participants WITHOUT CONFERENCE PAPER should only fill out the Package Registration Form Without Paper


Preparing papers. Submitted full papers have to be of at least 10 pages and at most 20 pages length. The only allowed format for the submission is PDF. The file should be prepared using Latex template and by building PDF using Tex engine. We strongly recommend to use the Tex! An example of prepared paper can be downloaded by the link ( Latex_Example.zip ). To implement this procedure, it is necessary:


3. Open the file paper_example.tex using TeXstudio. Run the compiling process using green or double green triangular pictograms at the options panel. As a result, the paper_example.pdf file will be generated in the working directory. This file is a final version of the manuscript.


Scanning resolution can be as high as 4,800 dpi, with an RGB trilinear CCD element that slides across the film in one pass. This produces maximum image sizes of 4,728 x 7,008 pixels for 35mm, or 10,692 x 15,840 pixels for medium format. (Those figures correspond to 99 and 508 megabyte files sizes respectively for 8-bit scan data, or 199 and 1016 megabytes (!) for 16-bit scans.) This is seriously a lot of data: We'll talk more later about how much information is actually extracted from the film.


4800 dpi ResolutionThe Dimage Scan Multi Pro has the highest scanning resolution of any desktop scanner we've tested to date (September, 2001). As manufacturers have reached each new level of scanning resolution, we've constantly said "well, that's enough resolution, there just isn't any more detail to be had from the film." - And then the next generation of scanners proves us wrong. We confess we really weren't expecting to see any more detail from the Dimage Scan Pro than we'd previously seen in the 4000 dpi scanners we'd reviewed, but the Dimage surprised us: There's clearly more detail visible in its scans, although we really *are* getting down to the film grain at this point. While we're not ones to get excited by big numbers on spec sheets, we have to say that the resolution of the Dimage Scan Multi Pro impressed us. (You can see this for yourself - Just download the cropped images from our resolution targets and compare them against those from some of the 4000 dpi scanners we've tested: The differences are readily apparent.)


One feature we missed from the previous Dimage Scan Multi model was the ability to make small rotational adjustments of the film after it was mounted in the holder. The new holder provides a very sure alignment between the film and holder body, but we liked the ability the older design offered to make small rotational adjustments in the holder itself. - This can be a huge time-saver, compared to trying to rotate a 500 MB file on your computer in Photoshop(tm).


Thinking the problem might be with the Mac OS, or the Mac's implementation of FireWire, we purchased and installed a FireWire card on our elderly PII-350 PC - only to realize that the Minolta drivers don't support FireWire under Windows 98. Things then stagnated for quite a while, until we bought a new 1.8GHz Pentium IV machine, running Windows XP. We installed the Adaptec FireWire card on that machine, loaded the Minolta software, and lo & behold, immediately clocked an incredible scan time of only 2 minutes 36 seconds for a 3200 dpi scan of a 6x7 transparency (8832 x 7120 pixels, a 179.9 MB file)! We then tried a 4800 dpi scan on the same machine, but the program repeatedly crashed partway through the scan process. (That machine currently has only 256 MB of RDRAM on it, so the problem could very well have to do with memory limitations. - This is a 405 MB scan.) Plugging the Multi Pro back into the G4 Mac to try a 3200 dpi scan, we were surprised to measure a time of only 8 minutes 14 seconds, stilla pretty fast time for such a large scan. What really blew us away though, was when we happened to try a 3200 dpi scan using Minolta's Photoshop plug-in, rather than the standalone application we'd used in all our other time trials. Running from inside Photoshop (which itself was running in a 500MB memory partition on the G4 Mac), the scanner consistently acquired 180 MB scans in a blazing one minute, 33 second! This is easily the fastest performance we've seen for anything approaching that level of resolution or final file size from a desktop scanner. Even the full 4800 dpi (interpolated) scan took only 5 minutes, 9 seconds when performed using the Photoshop plug-in. (For the record, we were running under Mac OS 9.1 and Photoshop version 5.5.) These times are amazingly fast, by far the fastest we've measured for anything remotely approaching these file sizes on a desktop scanner.


On the left side of the Index tab is a window of image information. Here, you can set the image resolution, import a settings file from another scan, and set the output size. An Undo button in the bottom right corner removes the most recent change.


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The abovementioned files will be helpful to have in later stages of the project, enabling compliance when the data-sharing stage nears. For any data that is not planned to be preserved and shared online for legal, ethical, or other reasons, a rationale is requested in the DMSP. Having such descriptive metadata providing general information on the content of the files can assist with reinforcing such rationales. In such cases, the types of descriptive files outlined above can serve to represent sensitive datasets without divulging protected information. Moreover, these descriptive files can be made available and discoverable through an institutional, generalist, or discipline-specific repository, with metadata denoting the location of the data and more detailed information about brokering access and use of the data.


Publishers require various levels of data sharing in accompaniment to submitted articles, a trend that promises to be on the rise in the future. Science, Springer Nature, Wiley, and Sage all offer guidelines on their websites for data sharing for submitted articles, and Taylor & Francis, Springer Nature, and PLOS require data availability statements, which let readers know where the data accompanying articles can be found if it is not included as supplemental material to the article itself [50]. The reproducibility crisis identified in science in recent years has been an impetus for these requirements as noted in stories of retractions and the inability to access older research data files to corroborate studies as the media and computing environments on which they were made and stored become obsolete [6,51]. The increase in fully online and open access journals is also helping to bolster the popularity of shared or repository-deposited data, as such dissemination methods allow for a linked network of digital objects that reinforce and support each other while supporting maximum reproducibility. 041b061a72


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