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Data for manuscript titled "A systematic approach to the scale separation problem in the development of multiscale models"

The following files are included:

  • Patient60y.vtk, an anonymised data file (in VTK unstructured grid format) for a proximal femur, which is used as input to the multiscale model illustrated in §2.3 of the main manuscript

    • The proximal femur data corresponds to a subject aged 60 years at the time of clinical presentation
    • The data file contains the proximal femur geometry, discretised using tetrahedral elements possessing heterogeneous element-wise volumetric bone mineral density (vBMD)
    • Units for the fields in the data file are given in the Readme.txt file
  • Figs1and4.pvsm, a state file in the open-source viewer Paraview format.
    • It contains the image manipulations needed to convert the data in Patient60y.vtk to that in Fig 1 of the main manuscript
    • It also contains the code to convert the vBMD data to that corresponding to age 70 y, as shown in Fig 4 of the main manuscript
This dataset contains data in only processed and anonymised form. It is derived from an original dataset that was collected under the project UK MRC grant G0601272. Ethics approval was obtained for this project from the relevant local ethics committee in Sheffield.

Funding

Modelling complex and partially identified engineering problems- Application to the individualised multiscale simulation of the musculoskeletal system

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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Frontier Engineering: Progression Grant in Modelling complex and partially identified engineering problems. Application to the musculoskeletal system.

Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council

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A Centre of Excellence in Computational Biomedicine

European Commission

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A Centre of Excellence in Computational Biomedicine

European Commission

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Centre for New Methods in Computational Diagnostics and Personalised Therapy

European Commission

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NIHR Sheffield BRC

National Institute for Health Research

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Shun Hing Education and Charity Fund

History

Ethics

The project has ethical approval and have included the number in the description field

Policy

The data complies with the institution and funders' policies on access and sharing

Sharing and access restrictions

The data can be shared openly

Data description

  • The file formats are open or commonly used

Methodology, headings and units

  • There is a readme.txt file describing the methodology, headings and units

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Department of Mechanical Engineering

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