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DR-NTU (Data) is the institutional research data repository for Nanyang Technological University (NTU).

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  • The final research data used in establishing and validating research findings must be deposited in the NTU Data Repository or a recognized open access data repository no later than publication of the article. If the latter, the URL link and access method to the dataset must be registered with the Library. Contact Research Data Management team, NTU Library.
  • The final research data from projects carried out at NTU shall be made available for sharing unless there are prior formal agreements with external collaborators and parties on non-disclosure or proprietary use of the data.

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ASE PhD thesis research data(Nanyang Technological University)
Feb 13, 2020Asian School of the Environment (ASE)
This ASE sub-dataverse contains datasets created by ASE PhD students for the underlying research data of their own PhD thesis. Datasets but not sub-dataverses can be created here. Each dataset can be individually linked to another dataverse eg. PhD student own dataverse and/or Ph...
Feb 12, 2020 - Understanding Sensation
Lim, Charmayne S; Styles, Suzy J, 2020, "Preregistration for a comparison of two different sensory profiles for young adults in Singapore", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/MKQLDJ, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Lim CS & Styles SJ (2020) Preregistration for ‘A comparison of two different sensory profiles for young adults in Singapore’. Questions from aspredicted.org
Feb 6, 2020 - Rino Salman
Rino Salman; Eric O. Lindsey; Lujia Feng; Kyle Bradley; Shengji Wei; Teng Wang; Mudrik R. Daryono; Emma M. Hill, 2020, "Replication Data for: Structural controls on rupture extent of recent Sumatran Fault Zone earthquakes, Indonesia", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/BDOEYS, DR-NTU (Data), V9
This repository contains the Synthetic Aperture Radar (SAR) Line-of-Sight (LOS) displacements we used to estimate coseismic slip distribution of earthquakes on the Sumatran Fault Zone: the 2007 Mw 6.3 and 6.4 Lake Singkarak doublet, the 2009 Mw 6.6 Dikit event, and the 2016 Mw 6....
Feb 3, 2020 - Research on Learning and Education
Cheng, Janice SH; Lee, Keith YW; Styles, Suzy J, 2020, "Preregistration Documents: Evaluating the Quality of Evidence for Intelligent Tutoring Systems in the Tutoring of Math for Children Aged 6 to 12: Preregistration for Systematic Review", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/JRLPIB, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Evaluating the Quality of Evidence for Intelligent Tutoring Systems in the Tutoring of Math for Children Aged 6 to 12: Preregistration for Systematic Review
Research on Learning and Education(Nanyang Technological University)
Feb 3, 2020Suzy J Styles
Collection of research files and data from the BLIP Lab's work on Learning and Education
Jan 31, 2020 - Pansino Stephen Gregory
Pansino, Stephen Gregory, 2020, "Replication data for "Shear wave measurements of a gelatin's Young's modulus"", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/35QSJA, DR-NTU (Data), V1
This is a collection of videos showing shear waves travelling through gelatin and associated Matlab scripts, which extract velocity information. Also included are photographs used to show how the gelatin surface deflects due to a load.
Jan 21, 2020 - Artur Matysik
Gayatri Shankar Chilambi; Jamie Hinks; Artur Stanislaw, Matysik; Xinyi Zhu; Pei Yi Choo; Xianghui Liu; Mary B. Chan-Park; Guillermo C Bazan; Kimberly A. Kline; Scott A. Rice, 2020, "Replication Data for: Enterococcus faecalis adapts to antimicrobial conjugated oligoelectrolytes by lipid rearrangement and differential expression of membrane stress response genes", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/MNHETI, DR-NTU (Data), V1
Replication Data for publication: Enterococcus faecalis adapts to antimicrobial conjugated oligoelectrolytes by lipid rearrangement and differential expression of membrane stress response genes. Includes: RNA sequencing data: RAW reads RNA sequencing data: non rRNA reads RNA sequ...
Jan 16, 2020 - Karen Carmelina Crasta
Crasta, Karen Carmelina, 2020, "Autophagy Governs Protumorigenic Effects of Mitotic Slippage-induced Senescence.", https://doi.org/10.21979/N9/TCIPKN, DR-NTU (Data), V1, UNF:6:tf/HCzlTuv2LWX3W5TJokw== [fileUNF]
The most commonly utilized class of chemotherapeutic agents administered as a first-line therapy are antimitotic drugs; however, their clinical success is often impeded by chemoresistance and disease relapse. Hence, a better understanding of the cellular pathways underlying escap...
Karen Carmelina Crasta(Nanyang Technological University)
Jan 16, 2020Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine
Appointment: Associate Professor Nanyang Associate Professor (NRF), Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Principal Investigator Research topics: • Dissecting Aneuploidy-Induced Senescence and Inflammatory Signalling in Cancer • Molecular Mechanisms That Dictate Cell Fate Following T...
Ability Data (Nanyang Technological University)
Jan 16, 2020Rehabilitation Research Institute of Singapore
The Ability Data Project aims to establish an Asian-centric normative and patient movement database consists of kinetic and kinematic data. The normative movement database provides a benchmark of normal movements, and it can be used as a reference against individuals with movemen...
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