Center for Studies in Demography and Ecology

May 11, 2021

Project Folder Request Listing

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Project folder name CSDE Systems Reside On Request Date Project Description UW NetIDs to be granted access
PHI-ARFP-2022 Windows Servers June 15, 2022

The Applied Research Fellowship Program is a collaboration between Population Health Initiative & CSDE involving 5 student fellows. We will be working with King County Dept of Assessments with a longitudinal set of their data.

They've not given us any restrictions on the data, but I am not yet sure how large it is. It lives on OneDrive right now, so wouldn't necessarily need to be backed up, but I would like a copy for us all to work with downloaded and accessible via CSDE computing services. If you would like to create two folders (one that is not backed up for the data and one that is backed up for our work) the folder that will not be backed up and contain the data can be called "PHI-ARFP-2022-Data".

I will ask the students (UW netids: olivert, jcastil, mj49, cgovella, mkw1208) to create CSDE computing accounts this week and then they can be added.

Safegraph Windows Servers June 13, 2022

Spatial data with custom use agreement circa 2017
full raw data and some cleaned data Adrian made
Hopes to share with students, but must vet data products before publication


STAB Windows Servers June 8, 2022

Read/Write Project folder to store scripts/results/etc in for members of Jon Wakefield's STAB lab that rely on data in the Read-only STABData folder

More uw netids will be added as students request their CSDE accounts.

STABData Windows Servers June 8, 2022

Folder on R:\NoBackup to be used for read-only downloading of DHS, WorldPop, and GADM data by members of Jon Wakefield's lab STAB (Space-time Analysis, Bayes)

We will add more UW netids as the CSDE Computing Accounts get approved.

Re: grant funding -- there is no grant, but the UN has finally agreed to financially support aspects of this work, so there may be some wiggle room there if needed.

Terpenes-Restricted Windows Servers May 30, 2022

Assessing health impacts of VOC exposure in ambient air in natural settings.

Terpenes Windows Servers April 6, 2022

We are measuring the impacts of forest bathing on outcomes related to well-being, including affect, inflammatory biomarkers, and physiology. The study is within-subjects and involves two different conditions (separated by a 7-day washout period) of exposure to volatile organic compounds that occur naturally in forest settings.

ICWA Windows Servers March 31, 2022

Dr. Frank Edwards and Dr. Theresa Rocha Beardall are studying the relationships between tribal sovereignty, family separation, and place within the contexts of Indian child welfare and policing using mixed methods.

PolicingUndesirables Windows Servers March 25, 2022

The research will analyze case files of several high-profile lawsuits in which police officers were accused of excessive use of force, racial profiling, arbitrary detention, and other abuses. It has two main objectives:
1) We will analyze criminal law, civil law, and administrative law case files, to understand the opportunities and obstacles for victims seeking to challenge abusive policing in French courts.
2) We will also use the evidence produced within lawsuits and included in the case files to analyze policing patterns of practice and to examine where the police target their patrols, whether some groups are disproportionately targeted based on race, class, residence, age, gender, or which policies and practices undergird specific police actions.

emily-test Windows Servers March 23, 2022

this is a test

CAPPP Windows Servers January 28, 2022

I am requesting this because I am researching how exposure to COVID minsinformation on twitter has affected public trust during the pandemic. I have about 200 GB of twitter data split across multiple CSV files that I will be analyzing in R for my project.

Monetary-Sanctions-Collective Windows Servers January 21, 2022

This project is on the broad reach and burden of monetary sanctions. We know how monetary sanctions affect individual debtors and even their families, but how much does the system of monetary sanctions affect family and communities? The second aim of our research is to investigate alternative legal system reforms. What could “justice” look like through reform?

sheldus-sample Windows Servers January 18, 2022

Sample record-level data from SHELDUS as a test to see what data are in the highest resolution product.

Monetary-Sanctions-Collective Unix Servers January 17, 2022

The Collective to Study the Broad Reach and Burden of Monetary Sanctions is a multi-state, multi-institutional research project on the consequence and inequalities generated by the system of monetary sanctions.

TNXT2DM Windows Servers January 13, 2022

Examine the long term effects of patient cost burden on diabetes management and dementia risk

Wright-Allard Windows Servers November 3, 2021

We are analyzing census data, nonprofit expenditure data, and mobility data from Opportunity Insights to understand the spatial context of "high" versus "low" mobility places.

Long-Charters Windows Servers October 22, 2021

Evaluating the impact of the opening of charter schools in a school district on inequality in student test scores.

scim Windows Servers October 10, 2021

The project includes a series of simulation studies to compare several models which evaluate the possession status of misconceptions.

EmpTransitions Windows Servers October 1, 2021

Employment, income, and poverty transitions using CPS and Pulse data

QomCortisol Windows Servers August 30, 2021

A project where we will store cortisol data and other datasets for Qom cortisol project

CPTSD Windows Servers August 16, 2021

Qualitative stidy on the impact of CPTSD versus PTSD on educational, employment, and mental health treatment outcomes.

cbcv Windows Servers August 13, 2021

Using Safegraph, Earnest, and other data sources to understand the relationship between COVID-19, restaurant stock, government policy, and restaurant delivery company growth.

walanews Windows Servers August 9, 2021

This project examines differences in social media attention to news sources as it pertains to COVID-19, the credibility of the source, and the political biases of the news outlet. We focus our examination on two states: Washington and Louisiana, across two waves of COVID-19 to make sense of differences across space, time, and political contexts. We test numerous hypotheses concerning the relationships between credibility and content of information using a variety of inferential and descriptive statistical methods.

Kinga Windows Servers July 30, 2021

This is part of a study of HIV in Kenya. It is looking at genetic influences on fasting blood sugar and ESR.

Intra-SectoralCompetition Windows Servers July 22, 2021

Researching the effect on support for women's work when jobs are scarce.

JordanRCT Windows Servers July 12, 2021

Delaney Glass (Ph.D. Student) and Dr. Melanie Martin will be collaborating with Dr. Catherine Panter-Brick and Dr. Rana Dajani to transfer previously collected data and archived dried blood spot (DBS) samples to UW. The samples will be be stored in the CSDE biodemography lab and the previously collected data as well as other project documents will be stored in this folder. While the project is not currently funded, Delaney will be applying for dissertation funding to analyze the archived DBS samples.

Project folder name CSDE Systems Reside On Request Date Project Description UW NetIDs to be granted access