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<p>Welcome to the OSF repository <a href="https://osf.io/m43tg/" rel="nofollow">Open Access Power-Grid Frequency Database</a>. Here you can find recordings of power-grid frequency from across the globe.</p> <p>This repository stores and links the openly available power-grid frequency recordings across the globe. Visit the website <a href="https://lrydin.github.io/Power-Grid-Frequency/" rel="nofollow">Power-Grid frequency database</a> contains all the relevant information on the content of this database.</p> <p>This database is comprised of open data existent across three dimensions: - TSO data: Transmission System's Operator (TSO) recordings made public; - Research projects: Open-data database research projects; - Independent Gatherings: Industrial, private, or personal recordings that were made publicly available.</p> <p>The data found here is always free for usage. For each dataset you should check their licensing to ensure no copyright violations and correct referencing. The data from the <em>TSOs</em> and <em>Independent Gatherings</em> is processed, using a set of scripts found Power-Grid <a href="https://github.com/LRydin/Power-Grid-Frequency/scripts" rel="nofollow">Power-Grid Frequency</a>.</p> <p>Visit the website for all detail: <a href="https://lrydin.github.io/Power-Grid-Frequency/" rel="nofollow">Power-Grid frequency database</a>.</p>
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