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Data Science Journal
561 Publications
OpenAIRE 3.0 (OA, funding)


  • A Project-Based Case Study of Data Science Education

    Turek, Daniel; Suen, Anthony; Clark, Dav (2016)

    A Mexican case study on a centralised database from world natural history museums

    Navarro S, Adolfo G; Peterson, A. Townsend; Gordillo-Martínez, Alejandro (2015)
    The present contribution is a case study of the possibilities of using data from world scientific collections to understand the distribution and conservation of Mexican birds. Information was gathered on specimens from Mexico housed in 40 scientific collections in Mexico, the United States, Canada, and Europe. This information was compiled in a centralized database and various analyses were developed to address historical patterns of ornithological investigations in Mexico: current and potent...

    Scalable Data-Oriented Replication with Flexible Consistency in Real-Time Data Systems

    Salem, Rashed; Saleh, Safa'a S.; Abdul-kader, H. M. (2016)
    Scalability is an increasingly important target for distributed real-time databases. Replication is widely applied to improve the scalability and availability of data. With full replication, database systems cannot scale well, since all updates must be replicated to all nodes, whether or not they are needed there. With virtual Full Replication, all nodes have an image of a fully replicated database and the system manages the knowledge of what is needed for each node to adapt to the actual nee...

    A Road Less Traveled (with Apologies to Robert Frost) The 2010 CODATA International Prize Lecture

    Uhlir, Paul F (2012)
    Allow me to spend a few minutes with you talking about how I got to where I am and sharing some thoughts on the future of digital science. It is a story of juxtapositions, some predictable, others not. But above all, it is a story of a road less traveled.

    Regulation of the P21 Gene Promotor in Response to Clinically Low Dose Radiation

    Nenoi, Mitsuru (2009)
    Tumor suppressor protein p53 is a transcription factor that plays important roles in biological responses to a wide range of ionizing radiation doses. Elucidation of the molecular mechanisms for its function after actually relevant doses of radiation is therefore crucial for the accurate understanding of the biological effects of radiation. p21 is one of the p53 target genes, functioning in cell cycle checkpoint regulation. In this article, a comprehensive analysis of the p21 gene promoter af...
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