BibSonomy publications for / https://d2gx83.cn/BibSonomy RSS feed for /2019-06-06T02:31:03+02:00Too much to know : managing scholarly information before the modern age https://d2gx83.cn/bibtex/29d8e2f99afad89c282da37d3d00758ff/filologanogafilologanoga2019-06-05T23:03:23+02:00inComputatro neo-latin renaissanceHumanism <span class="authorEditorList"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Ann Blair" itemprop="url" href="/person/11b6251f7dce800548132ae5423cf8df6/author/0"><span itemprop="name">A. Blair</span></a></span>. </span><em><span itemprop="publisher">Yale University Press</span>, </em><em>New Haven, Conn.; London, </em>(<em><span>2011<meta content="2011" itemprop="datePublished"/></span></em>)Fri Jun 05 23:03:23 CEST 2020New Haven, Conn.; LondonToo much to know : managing scholarly information before the modern age2011inComputatro neo-latin renaissanceHumanism Too much to know : managing scholarly information before the modern age (Book, 2011) [WorldCat.org]Renaissance truth and the Latin language turn https://d2gx83.cn/bibtex/2410b50353194df3faa4d1946e4f7eb1f/filologanogafilologanoga2019-06-05T23:01:19+02:00inComputatro neo-latin <span class="authorEditorList"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Ann Moss" itemprop="url" href="/person/119f733217b7a828a3b00c3076dc2809a/author/0"><span itemprop="name">A. Moss</span></a></span>. </span><em><span itemprop="publisher">Oxford University Press</span>, </em><em>Oxford, </em>(<em><span>2003<meta content="2003" itemprop="datePublished"/></span></em>)Fri Jun 05 23:01:19 CEST 2020OxfordRenaissance truth and the Latin language turn2003inComputatro neo-latin Renaissance truth and the Latin language turn (eBook, 2003) [WorldCat.org]Personality, gender, and age in the language of social media: The open-vocabulary approach https://d2gx83.cn/bibtex/29baa5084fa07f5b0e20c4ed008f6879a/sebastian_wikisebastian_wiki2019-06-05T21:11:19+02:00wikipedia <span class="authorEditorList"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="H Andrew Schwartz" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/0"><span itemprop="name">H. Schwartz</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Johannes C Eichstaedt" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/1"><span itemprop="name">J. Eichstaedt</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Margaret L Kern" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/2"><span itemprop="name">M. Kern</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Lukasz Dziurzynski" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/3"><span itemprop="name">L. Dziurzynski</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Stephanie M Ramones" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/4"><span itemprop="name">S. Ramones</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Megha Agrawal" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/5"><span itemprop="name">M. Agrawal</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Achal Shah" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/6"><span itemprop="name">A. Shah</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Michal Kosinski" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/7"><span itemprop="name">M. Kosinski</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="David Stillwell" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/8"><span itemprop="name">D. Stillwell</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Martin EP Seligman" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/9"><span itemprop="name">M. Seligman</span></a></span>, and <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title=" others" itemprop="url" href="/person/1526e523bd73d2ba6dfcf7a5c8ccf07f8/author/10"><span itemprop="name">others</span></a></span>. </span><span itemtype="http://schema.org/PublicationIssue" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Periodical" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><span itemprop="name"><em>PloS one</em></span></span> <em><span itemtype="http://schema.org/PublicationVolume" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><span itemprop="volumeNumber">8 </span></span>(<span itemprop="issueNumber">9</span>): <span itemprop="pagination">e73791</span></em> </span>(<em><span>2013<meta content="2013" itemprop="datePublished"/></span></em>)Fri Jun 05 21:11:19 CEST 2020PloS one9e73791Personality, gender, and age in the language of social media: The open-vocabulary approach82013wikipedia "Silence Your Phones" https://d2gx83.cn/bibtex/23dd5b5a4927d45fece725e559b775c5b/helukingheluking2019-06-05T21:04:39+02:00CONS technology <span class="authorEditorList"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Kostadin Kushlev" itemprop="url" href="/person/18c37a930f8bc2cfca0978e87a8b8b211/author/0"><span itemprop="name">K. Kushlev</span></a></span>, <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Jason Proulx" itemprop="url" href="/person/18c37a930f8bc2cfca0978e87a8b8b211/author/1"><span itemprop="name">J. Proulx</span></a></span>, and <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Elizabeth W. Dunn" itemprop="url" href="/person/18c37a930f8bc2cfca0978e87a8b8b211/author/2"><span itemprop="name">E. Dunn</span></a></span>. </span><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Book" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><em><span itemprop="name">Proceedings of the 2016 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems</span>, </em></span><em><span itemprop="publisher">ACM</span>, </em>(<em><span>May 2016<meta content="May 2016" itemprop="datePublished"/></span></em>)Fri Jun 05 21:04:39 CEST 2020Proceedings of the 2016 {CHI} Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systemsmay"Silence Your Phones"2016CONS technology Local adaptation can cause both peaks and troughs in nucleotide diversity within populations https://d2gx83.cn/bibtex/2972be1dbfabfe4d289c3880416f90549/peter.ralphpeter.ralph2019-06-05T18:29:16+02:00along_the_genome genome_landscapes local_adaptation <span class="authorEditorList"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Russ J. Jasper" itemprop="url" href="/person/11b7fe266ad893b12c4b1e7a596bfad59/author/0"><span itemprop="name">R. Jasper</span></a></span>, and <span itemtype="http://schema.org/Person" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="author"><a title="Sam Yeaman" itemprop="url" href="/person/11b7fe266ad893b12c4b1e7a596bfad59/author/1"><span itemprop="name">S. Yeaman</span></a></span>. </span><span itemtype="http://schema.org/PublicationIssue" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><span itemtype="http://schema.org/Periodical" itemscope="itemscope" itemprop="isPartOf"><span itemprop="name"><em>bioRxiv</em></span></span> </span>(<em><span>2020<meta content="2020" itemprop="datePublished"/></span></em>)Fri Jun 05 18:29:16 CEST 2020bioRxivLocal adaptation can cause both peaks and troughs in nucleotide diversity within populations2020along_the_genome genome_landscapes local_adaptation Local adaptation is expected to cause high FST at sites linked to a causal locus, however this pattern can also be driven by background or positive selection. Within-population nucleotide diversity could provide a means to differentiate these scenarios, as both background and positive selection deplete diversity, whereas some theoretical studies have shown that local adaptation increases it. However, it is unclear whether such theoretical predictions generalize to more complicated models. Here, we explore how local adaptation shapes genome-wide patterns in nucleotide diversity and FST, extending previous work to study the effect of variable degrees of polygenicity and genotypic redundancy in an adaptive trait, and different levels of population structure. We show that local adaptation produces two very different patterns depending on the relative strengths of migration and selection, either markedly decreasing or increasing within-population diversity at linked sites at equilibrium. When migration is low, regions of depleted diversity can extend large distances from the causal locus, with substantially more diversity eroded than expected with background selection. With higher migration, peaks occur over much smaller genomic distances but with much larger magnitude changes in diversity. In spatially extended clinal environments both patterns can be found within a single species, with increases in diversity at the center of the range and decreases towards the periphery. Our results demonstrate that there is no universal diagnostic signature of local adaptation based on nucleotide diversity, however, given that neither background nor positive selection inflate diversity, when peaks are found they strongly suggest local adaptation.Competing Interest StatementThe authors have declared no competing interest.