Kudos: Before we dive into datasets, a special thanks to Shawna Taylor, Project Manager of the Realities of Academic Data Sharing (RADS) Initiative, for serving as the interim curation coordinator while Mikala was away. Thank you, Shawna!
DCN-313: Data for Long-lifetime spin excitations near domain walls in 1T-TaS2 was submitted by Hoa Luong for Illinois and curated by Cindy Xuying Xin for Penn State.
DCN-298: Data and matlab code for Standardized excitable elements for scalable engineering of far-from-equilibrium chemical networks was submitted by Marley Kalt for John Hopkins and curated by Seth Erickson for Penn State. Thanks to Seth’s expertise, major curation activities were taken, including uploading additional files, validating the code, and improving the documentation.
NB: This dataset is currently private— an access link will be added to the DCN’s website (https://datacurationnetwork.org/datasets/) when it is available.