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Data of the Dutch Lexicon Project 2 (DLP2) and word prevalence. DLP2 contains lexical decision times of 80 participants who responded to 15K Dutch words and 15K nonwords each. There were two lists of words and nonwords. Hence the two files with raw data (as they are too big to be merged into a single file). The word prevalence measure is based on a large scale crowdsourcing study, in which participants had to indicate which words they know. Data are 54K Dutch words. The files should be self-explaining, except for the use of C and I in the item description files. C refers to RTs based on correct responses only; I refers to RTs after imputation of missing values. The pdf file is the penultimate version of the JEPHPP article.