Public Code and Data

Evolved cataclysmic variables and pre-ELM white dwarfs

A machine readable table containing all the data from Tables 1-5 of the paper Birth of the ELMs: a ZTF survey for evolved cataclysmic variables turning into extremely low-mass white dwarfs can be downloaded here. The MESA models and inlists associated with this paper, and with the paper LAMOST J0140355 + 392651: an evolved cataclysmic variable donor transitioning to become an extremely low-mass white dwarf, can be downloaded as a tarball here.

Gaia eDR3 binary catalogs

The binary catalogs from the paper in the paper A million binaries from Gaia eDR3: sample selection and validation of Gaia parallax uncertainties are hosted on Zenodo, along with the code to produce them. The fitting function to correct Gaia parallax uncertainties is in Equation 16 of that paper.

Gaia DR2 wide binary catalogs

The catalog of high-confidence wide binaries within 200 pc produced in the paper Imprints of white dwarf recoil in the separation distribution of Gaia wide binaries is available here.
An expanded version of this catalog, which contains ~6 times more binaries, is hosted here. It was produced by searching to larger distances and wider separations, and using less stringent cuts on astrometric signal-to-noise ratio.

Wide binaries with spectroscopic metallicities

The catalog of wide binaries within 200 pc that were observed by a spectroscopic survey and analyzed in the paper The wide binary fraction of solar-type stars: emergence of metallicity dependence at a < 200 AU is available here.

Separation distribution inference

The code used to infer the intrinsic separation distribution of wide binaries (correcting for incompleteness at small separations) in the paper Imprints of white dwarf recoil in the separation distribution of Gaia wide binaries is available here.

Initial-final mass relation

A tabulated version of the IFMR derived in the paper An empirical measurement of the initial-final mass relation with Gaia white dwarfs is available here.

Spectral models

A public version of the code BinSpec, which models and fits spectra of single- and multiple-star systems, is available on available on GitHub

Spectroscopic binary catalogs

Several catalogs accompanying the paper Discovery and characterization of 3000+ main-sequence binaries from APOGEE spectra are available here.

FIRE galaxy simulation angular momentum

True and mock-observed baryon angular momenta for simulated galaxies from the paper Gas kinematics, morphology and angular momentum in the FIRE simulations are available here.