ISRaD 1.0 is published

Today, the community around the ā€˛International Soil Radiocarbon Databaseā€¯ (ISRaD) has published their first working version in the online journal Earth System Science Data. This is really good news, especially as the database is open source. ISRaD can be accessed not only via a web-based interface, but also by using a code written in R as well as directly through a GitHub repository, which hosts both code and data.

Meanwhile, ISRaD has it’s own Website: soilradiocarbon.org as well as an account at Twitter.