Indirect hand measurement processes have been used to improve remote accessibility and non-contact acquisition methods. This is particularly helpful when developing custom products, such as prostheses or gloves, to a user. Indirect hand measurements, however, may be difficult to acquire due to the requirement that certain specifications to be met. In the case of indirect measurement determination from 3D scans, obstructions may affect the observed outcome. This is especially true when using low-cost 3D scanners that have not been optimized for medical use.
The data is provided in .xlsx Excel format. It contains one sheet that includes all the hand measurements corresponding with the devices used. Key measurements for each device are summarized in four .txt files, each belonging to a separate scanner. The .R file is included and contains the R code used for statistical analysis of the observed measurements.
This survey covers more than 150 published papers related to sub-6 GHz wideband LNAs from IEEE publications such as ISSCC, JSSC, TMTT, RFIC, MWCL, TCAS and NEWCAS published in the last 20 years. The considered LNAs are classified according to the technology node and its topology. The presented database is a useful tool for investigating technology trends and comparing the performance of common LNA design styles.
- The database is organized by technology and topology.
This directory contains the supplementary materials of the paper entitled "Meta-Path Based Gene Ontology Profiles for Predicting Drug-Disease Associations".
There are two supplementary files provided here.
1. Supplementary material S1 (*.csv) contains the list of known drug-disease associations used in this study.
2. Supplementary material S2 (*.xlsx) contains the list of inferred drug-disease associations with their supporting evidence.