LHCb experiment releases all of its Run 1 proton–proton data


The LHCb experiment at the Large Hadron Collider has released approximately 800 terabytes of data from Run 1, spanning 2011 and 2012. This pre-filtered data, aligned with CERN’s Open Data Policy, facilitates research and education in physics. With over 700 scientific publications and open-access papers, the released data allows access to the information behind significant findings. The collaboration has pre-processed the data, providing documentation, metadata, and a glossary for user understanding. The data is accessible on the CERN Open Data portal, complete with digital identifiers for reference, and users are encouraged to share feedback and engage in discussions on the CERN Open Data Forum.

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