Supporting data for: Empirical fragility and ROC curves for masonry buildings subjected to settlements

doi: 10.4121/18279155.v1
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Prosperi, Alfonso; Korswagen Eguren, Paul; Korff, Mandy; J.G. (Jan) Rots; H.R. (Roel) Schipper (2023): Supporting data for: Empirical fragility and ROC curves for masonry buildings subjected to settlements. Version 1. 4TU.ResearchData. dataset.
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The dataset "DatabasePublic.mat" contain the information retrieved from 386 damage surveys (in the form of .pdf hardcopies)

performed in the Netherlands by different third parties, and collected by the Authors. Such information was digitalized with a systematic

procedure involving reading the information from the hardcopies and from the technical drawings, and typing it into the .mat file.

Whenever the technical drawings were not in scale, but with an indication of it (e.g. 1:500), the values of distances and displacements 

were read after rescaling the technical drawings in AutoCAD.

These data are made public both for the publications and the PhD thesis of Alfonso Prosperi, and for other researchers to use these data

in their own work. Due to the nature of this study, the dataset does not include the addresses, or pictures of the surveyed buildings, 

to ensure the privacy of the residents and/or owners.

For the same reason, the original hardcopies are not publically available.

  • 2022-01-13 first online
  • 2023-02-13 published, posted
One .mat file and one .txt file for explanation.
  • Living on Soft Soils: Subsidence and Society (grant code NWA.1160.18.259) [more info...] Dutch Research Council
TU Delft, Faculty of Civil Engineering and Geosciences, Department of Materials, Mechanics, Management & Design (3MD)


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