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Via some emails, I was able to make contact with some people responsible for the data - and they have informed me that the daily CSV has been corrected. https://scrippsco2.ucsd.edu/assets/data/atmospheric/stations/in_situ_co2/daily/daily_in_situ_co2_mlo.csv


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One approach would be to use a record search engine to identify those records that could match your own records. In addition, in my opinion, it would be a good idea to include identifier data records in your own publicated data records, which could make it easier to identify your own data in case of doubt. Starting points for the search could be: European ...


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This answer might be coming a little bit late, but hopefully it can help someone in the future. SFootDB is the largest publicly available gait database, CASIA-D is also a great underfoot pressure database, and there is a database available from UoM that also has underfoot pressure. Cheers


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