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YorkSpace is York University's Institutional Repository. It is a platform that enables York community members to organize and preserve their research online in an institutional context. It showcases the scholarship of the York University community through the use of a special standards-based software platform that collects usage statistics and provides exceptional visibility on the web.
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(Paleo)limnological data for small, shallow lakes at or near the Scotty Creek Research Station in the Dehcho region (Northwest Territories, Canada) (2023-01-01)Data to accompany Kristen Coleman's PhD dissertation (Geography).
Oculomotor system can differentially process red and green colors during saccade programming in the presence of a competing distractor (Experimental Brain Research, 2022-09-13)Selective attention filters irrelevant information entering our brain to allow for fine-tuning of the relevant information processing. In the visual domain, shifts of attention are most often followed by a saccadic eye ...
Bandwidth Selection for Level Set Estimation in the Context of Regression and a Simulation Study for Non Parametric Level Set Estimation When the Density Is Log-Concave (2022-08-08)Bandwidth selection is critical for kernel estimation because it controls the amount of smoothing for a function's estimator. Traditional methods for bandwidth selection involve optimizing a global loss function (e.g. least ...
(2022-08-08)Boreal forests are the largest biological community on earth, with an area of about 14.7×10^6 km2. Canada has about 270 Mha of boreal forests. The purpose of this project is to study CO2 exchange at the York Athabasca Jack ...
The Adaptation Experiences of Transnational Physiotherapists in Ontario, Canada: A Grounded Theory Approach (2022-08-08)In both research and policy, much attention has been given to further understand how inter-nationally educated professionals integrate in Canada. However, little attention has been given to the reintegration experiences ...