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MyTARDIS @ ANSTO

Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation
Saliya Wimalaratne (Managed by)
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Collection of data marked public in this repository is released as-is. Where data is publicly accessible, data will no longer be subject to embargo and can be used freely provided attribution for the source is given. It is encouraged that persons interested in using the data contact the parties listed for the collection to obtain guidance and context in applying the data set and to stay informed about upcoming revisions and related releases of interest.

This information is supplied on the condition that the primary investigators are credited in any publications that use the data.

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The MyTARDIS repository at ANSTO is used to:

* Store metadata for all experiments conducted at ANSTO
* Provide access and download of metadata and data to authorised users of experiments
* Provide search, access and download of public metadata and data to the general scientific community

Data time period: 04 2011

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