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Scientific Data to complement and promote public data repositories

Scientific Data to complement and promote public data repositories | marieBU | Scoop.it

Scientific Data will be a forum for publications about datasets, but will not be a repository for primary datasets. Primary data associated with Data Descriptors will be stored in one or more external data repositories. Why this distinction?

 

This strategy helps us draw some clear lines around the goals of Scientific Data.  By ensuring that the primary datasets are stored in external systems, we make it crystal clear that our goal is to help authors publish content that promotes the scientific value and reusability of their datasets, not to control access to data. We feel that this is a progressive strategy that will help promote collaboration and data consolidation, rather than fragmentation. (...) - by Adrew Hufton, Scientific Data blog, July 23, 2013


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Tree of Science's curator insight, August 1, 2013 5:29 PM

Scientific Data is provinding further information about data storage on this platforms available next year. Indeed, their concept of direct storage has evolved to a indirect ones with a central tools: the data descriptor. Then, it will not be a dpositary structure that will provided but an evironment to seggregate publications of rich data descriptions stored in different places (journals, Dryad, figshare, and other local storage (i.e. lab and universities servers). Science Date is focus now on provinding: 

"- A publication platform for detailed methods descriptions and technical validation information

- Data search and discovery features that reach across diverse repositories

- Peer-review of data release

- The career credit that is duly associated with rigorously peer-reviewed publications"

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How does Homeopathy work?

How does Homeopathy work? | marieBU | Scoop.it
How ‘super-avogadro dilutions’ in homeopathy stimulate the biological activity and restore the homeostatic mechanism?
Memory of Unique Water structure, Potentisation, Quantum Macro Entanglement Mo...

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Dr. Nancy Malik's curator insight, March 30, 2013 7:13 AM

Scientific plausible mechanism of action of 'potentised high dilutions' in homeopathy

‘super-avogadro dilutions’ of homeopathic medicines which contains extremely low concentration of active ingredients are able to stimulate biological activity (immunological and inflammatory reactivity), modulates specific genome expression patterns and restore the homeostatic mechanism (read vital force) of the living organism to boost the immunity and put the body on self-healing mode.

Irit Kahane's comment, March 30, 2013 7:53 AM
Excellent explanation!
Cottesloe Naturopathic Clinic's curator insight, April 30, 2013 12:37 AM

A good one for the sceptics, if only they were open minded enough to read it

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How to export, delete and move your Mendeley account and library (#Mendelete)

How to export, delete and move your Mendeley account and library (#Mendelete) | marieBU | Scoop.it
News that Reed Elsevier is in talks to buy Mendeley.com will have many scientists reaching for their "delete account" button. Mendeley has built an impressive user-base of scientists and other acad...

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Association between nutrition and the evolution of multimorbidity: The importance of fruits and vegetables and whole grain products

 

Multimorbidity is a common health status. The impact of nutrition on the development of multimorbidity remains to be determined. The aim of this study is to determine the association between foods, macronutrients and micronutrients and the evolution of multimorbidity.

 

Data from 1020 Chinese who participated in the Jiangsu longitudinal Nutrition Study (JIN) were collected in 2002 (baseline) and 2007 (follow-up). Three-day weighted food records and status for 11 chronic diseases was determined using biomedical measures (hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia and anemia) or self-reports (coronary heart disease, asthma, stroke, cancer, fracture, arthritis and hepatitis). Participants were divided in six categories of stage of evolution of multimorbidity. Association of foods, macronutrients and micronutrients at baseline with stages in the evolution of multimorbidity were determined. Data were adjusted for age, sex, BMI, marital status, sedentary lifestyle, smoking status, annual income, education and energy intake.

 

The prevalence of multimorbidity increased from 14% to 34%. A high consumption of fruit and vegetables (p < 0.05) and grain products other than rice and wheat (p < 0.001) were associated with healthier stages in the evolution of multimorbidity. The consumption of grain products other than rice and wheat was highly correlated with dietary fibers (r = 0.77, p < 0.0001), iron (r = 0.46, p < 0.0001), magnesium (r = 0.49, p < 0.0001) and phosphorus (r = 0.57, p < 0.0001) intake which were also associated with healthier stages.

 

This study provides the first evidence of an association between nutrition and evolution towards multimorbidity. More precisely, greater consumption of fruits and vegetable and whole grain products consumption appear to lower the risk of multimorbidity.


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Portail documentaire - Et si la BU Sciences restait ouverte plus tard le soir ?

Portail documentaire - Et si la BU Sciences restait ouverte plus tard le soir ? | marieBU | Scoop.it
Et si la BU Sciences restait ouverte plus tard le soir ? Enquête sur les horaires à Lyon 1 http://t.co/K4kd2T2ula #fccomenssib
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