Dataset for validation of a new magnetic field-based wearable breathing sensor (MAG), which uses the movement of the chest wall as a surrogate measure of respiratory activity. Based on the principle of variation in magnetic field strength with the distance from the source, this system explores Hall effect sensing, paired with a permanent magnet, embedded in a chest strap.


We introduce an English Twitter dataset designed for the detection of online drug use, comprising 112,057 tweets accompanied by metadata. This dataset underwent manual annotation by a team of expert annotators consisting of around 30 members, these annotators, possessing diverse multidisciplinary backgrounds and expertise, committed over six months to meticulously label each tweet.


IoT sensors offer a wide range of sensing capabilities, many of which have the potential for health or medical applications. Existing solutions for IoT in healthcare have notable limitations, such as limited I/O protocols, limited cloud platform support, and limited extensibility. Therefore, the development of an open-source Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) gateway solution that addresses these limitations and provides reliability, broad applicability, and utility would be highly desirable.


Please cite the following paper when using this dataset:

N. Thakur, K. A. Patel, I. Hall, Y. N. Duggal, and S. Cui, “A Dataset of Search Interests related to Disease X originating from different Geographic Regions”, Preprints 2023, 2023081701, DOI:



The complete COVID-19 dataset is a collection of the COVID-19 data maintained by Our World in Data that is updated throughout the duration of COVID-19. It includes information related to confirmed cases and deaths, hospitalization, intensive care unit admissions, testing for COVID-19, and vaccination for COVID-19.


We conducted a randomized controlled clinical trial to evaluate the efficacy of a brain-computer interface ( BCI ) -based visual and motor feedback motor imagery therapy system on cognitive, psychological and limb movement in hemiplegic stroke patients. We recruited more than 90 patients and randomly divided them into three groups : conventional treatment group, MI group and MI group based on brain-computer interface. The data set contains the evaluation data of these three groups of patients before and after treatment.


Use of medical devices in the magnetic resonance environment is regulated by standards that include the ASTM-F2213 magnetically induced torque. This standard prescribes five tests. However, none can be directly applied to measure very low torques of slender lightweight devices such as needles. Methods: We present a variant of an ASTM torsional spring method that makes a “spring” of 2 strings that suspend the needle by its ends. The magnetically induced torque on the needle causes it to rotate. The strings tilt and lift the needle.


This Data set was obtained from a Hospital in Karaikudi, Tamilnadu Iindia, and has 400 insstances with 25 attributes, intended for classification problems. 
The Data Set has medical relevant variables that can be associated to the presence of CKD (Chronical Kidney Diasease). Some of the variables can be arguably more relevant for the model, and after analysis some of them can be correlated, so it's recommended to analyze the dataset and decide the best approach based on individual needs. 


Extra-Vehicular Activity and Intra-Vehicular Activity spacesuits block external sound. This induces sensory deprivation, a side effect is lower cognitive performance. This can increase the risk of an accident. This undesirable effect can be mitigated by designing suits with sound transparency. If the atmosphere is available, as on Mars, sound transparency can be realized by augmenting and processing external sounds. If no atmosphere is available, such as on the Moon, then an Earth-like sound can be re-created via generative AR techniques.