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In order to facilitate the data collection, the University of Nottingham's file exchange was used. The latter is based on a business contract with Microsoft and given by their service OneDrive in order to guarantee availability and data integrity. The connection between various measurements, simulations and predictions is described in detail in the Final Report. An overview of the connection between the data and the results of that report can be found in the deliverable report D9.1.

Data Formats

The conducted experiments and simulations span a large range of different models, setups and experimental details, and the stored data reflect this multitude of aspects. In order to give an accessible and coherent representation of the data all project partners concentrated on a few very common data formats. These are 
1. An ASCII based touchstone format, file ending .sp2. These files are directly written by vector network analizers and can be read by a multitude of softwares. 
2. Numerical data in Matlab format. The corresponding files are accompanied by scripts reading and visualizing the data or by an explicit description on how to read the data (correlation measurements done in Munich, Monte-Carlos simulations done in Nottingham)
3. Data written by the popular Python module numpy. 
4. Binary data from correlation measurements done in Munich by the TUM and ISAE groups, so called .trc files (see the data folder for more details)
5. Simulation results using CST and Empire are available as saved workbenches for simulations done in Caen.

Data Usage
To facilitate the usage of the stored date, the files are accompanied by scripts in the corresponding programming language (i.e. python for the touchstone files by IMST and the numpy files from the CNRS group and matlab files from the UoN contribtutions). 
The precise detail of the formats and scripts can be found in the sub-folders named according to the project partners.