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We encourage readers to explore the findings and the data underlying this study. Through the links below, readers can download all single-cell and population data, as well as fitted parameter data, for key figures from the manuscript.
Want to save space on your computer or make it easy to send a bunch of files at once Creating a ZIP file compresses one or more files or folders into a single file, which not only keeps you organized, but can also free up space on your hard drive. You can even lock your ZIP files with passwords for fast and easy encryption. This wikiHow guide will walk you through creating ZIP files and folders on Windows, macOS, and Linux.
We offer several free software products which typically work as stand-alone tools or as complementary add-ons for our commercial products Help+Manual and HelpXplain. You'll find the download links on the corresponding product page!
Since our EtherCAT module uses multiple versions, ESI files of multiple versions are posted.If you are using OMRON NJ series or Beckhoff TwinCAT2 as the host device, please download the ESI file of each Ver.It is automatically recognized by the higher-level tool during configuration.When using the Omron CJ series, it is necessary to manually select depending on the combination of Omron's tool and our EtherCAT module version, so please contact us.
There are the files containing the electronic records. This includes both data files and unstructured records (i.e. narrative text in a PDF). Data files and other structured electronic records usually also include:
Some of the electronic records files currently available for download consist of raw data. The data are in a software-independent format so you can use the records with your own software. Most of these files do not contain a contemporary standard file extension that indicates the format or type of file. These files are usually not appropriate for viewing within the browser.
The Technical Specifications Summary and technical documentation (see above) provide information about the format of the files. We suggest reviewing the Technical Specifications Summary and technical documentation before downloading the electronic records files. Depending on your browser, the option to save files identified as download only may appear as "Do you want to open or save this file", "You have chosen to open:" or "Save As". We recommend you save the file to your computer and then open the file using the appropriate software available to you. If given the option, we suggest saving files that do not have a contemporary standard file extension as "All Files."
Some files are available as a compressed WinZip (.zip) file. While the compressed file contains the standard .zip extension, the file(s) within the WinZip file may or may not contain contemporary standard file extensions.
No. The catalog currently does not allow for downloading all the files or digital objects within a file unit or series at the same time. You have to go to each file unit description to download each file separately.
In general, the data files are in a software-independent format so you may use the files with whatever appropriate software is available to you. For example, files containing raw structured data may be used in various spreadsheet and database programs. Files containing ASCII text may be used with various word-processing, spreadsheet, and database programs. Files in HTML or XML may be used in various word-processing or database programs, or may be best used in a program that reads HTML or XML coding.
For files that do not have a contemporary standard file extension, you may need to first open the appropriate program you wish to use and then open the file within that program or import the data into that program. The specific steps for opening the files depends on your operating system, the specific program, and the file itself.
Some files may be in a non-contemporary format or in a software-dependent format, but the software may