This dataset documents the outcomes of a research project where we identified, analyzed, and described a set of existing ethics-focused methods designed to support design research and practice for a range of audiences (such as technology and design researchers and practitioners, and educators). The final dataset includes 63 ethics-focused methods, describing the intended audience(s), format of guidance, interaction qualities, utilization of existing knowledge or concepts, implementation opportunities within design processes, and the "core" or "script" of the method.
The data show performance on 19 tests of auditory abilities, with 340 subjects. The data include:
1. Percent correct for each of the 19 TBAC tests used in the 2007 study
2. Arcsine transformed values of the PC scores (names ending in “AS”)
3. Percentile values for the Arcsine-transformed scores (names ending in “ASp”)
4. Latent variable scores for four independent auditory factors, plus a general auditory ability factor, as described in KWG 2007.
Sex and race data are also included.
For a subset of subjects, SAT scores, GPA, and an IQ estimate (based on SAT scores) is also provided.
The Bedrock Geologic Map of the Vincennes 30 x 60 Minute Quadrangle was created to present basic bedrock geologic information that contributes to the characterization of potential aggregate resources, characterization of bedrock aquifer systems, and analysis of the overlying predominantly glacial deposits. This map is based on data obtained from several thousand records including petroleum well drillers' logs, geophysical logs, water well drillers' logs, descriptions of cores recovered by the Indiana Geological Survey, seismic refraction records collected by the Indiana Geological Survey, natural exposures in and near the map area, and exposures in active and abandoned quarries. This database is, in large part, the result of a cooperative mapping agreement between the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) and the Indiana Geological and Water Survey through the STATEMAP program of the USGS.
Here we present CAFE 5, a completely re-written software package with numerous performance and user-interface enhancements over previous versions. These include improved support for multithreading, the explicit modelling of rate variation among families using gamma-distributed rate categories, and command-line arguments that preclude the use of accessory scripts.