PUBLIC DATA

2020

2020

XENON1T S2-only Data Release

Data from the XENON1T S2-only / light dark matter search were published online. This includes observed events, background models, and response matrices to construct arbitrary signal models. Together, these allow researchers to constrain their own dark matter models using the XENON1T S2-only data. We included a jupyter notebook example to help you get started. We look forward to seeing what models the community will think of!

2019

2019

XENON1T Spin-dependent Limits Data Release

To add our limits to your own figures you can use the official data points from the XENON1T collaboration, as we believe that data should be shared. They can be both found here and on the ArXiv page (‘Download Other formats’). The format is csv. The files for Fig 2 and 3 contain the mass points between 6 and 1.000 GeV and their corresponding 90% CL limits, with cross sections in cm^2. The values for the plus and minus 1 and 2 sigma bands at those mass points are also included. The file for Fig 4 contains the mass points between 6 and 10.000 GeV and their corresponding cross sections at 95% CL in cm^2. Please contact us if you have any questions regarding this data.