Datasets from HepData are now integrated into INSPIRE. HepData is a data repository hosted at Durham University which aggregates data extracted from publications in HEP and other datasets made available by the experiments. The data is presented in tables and available as data files for further reuse (plain format on INSPIRE; more formats are available on HepData). With the integration of HepData into INSPIRE, you can access data sets from HepData directly when browsing bibliographical records. If a record on INSPIRE has data from HepData attached, a corresponding tab is displayed next to the references and citation tabs. About 50,000 data files attached to about 7,000 records are available which are stored as regular records in INSPIRE. Datasets from 2012 e.g. can be found here.

What do you think about this new feature included in INSPIRE? We are looking forward to your feedback at feedback@inspirehep.net.

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