Effects of spatial diffusion on nonequilibrium steady states in a model for prebiotic evolution Figure Data

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Effects of spatial diffusion on nonequilibrium steady states in a model for prebiotic evolution Figure Data

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2022-06-27

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Halley, J Woods
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This dataset contains data used to create the figures in the publication Intoy, B. F., A. Wynveen, and J. W. Halley. "Effects of spatial diffusion on nonequilibrium steady states in a model for prebiotic evolution." Physical Review E 94.4 (2016): 042424. This data set also contains extra data not presented in the publication.

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The txt files contain space separated values, headers, and some contain descriptions of data. The python script files (*.py) ingest the txt data files and some calculate statistical errors and export more txt data files while other python scripts generate figures/plots. The GNUPlot script files (*.gnuplot) ingest txt data files and generate figures seen in the referenced 2016 PRE publication.

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https://doi.org/10.1103/PhysRevE.94.042424

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NASA NNX14AQ05G

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Intoy, Ben Frederick M; Wynveen, Aaron; Halley, J Woods. (2022). Effects of spatial diffusion on nonequilibrium steady states in a model for prebiotic evolution Figure Data. Retrieved from the Data Repository for the University of Minnesota (DRUM), https://doi.org/10.13020/fjqs-vt12.
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