NEON's second data release, RELEASE-2022, is now available for download. Note that there are some open issues with AOP data that are being investigated.
At the end of each calendar year, NEON conducts a thorough review of our data, makes any final corrections, and tags data files with a release year and unique DOI, which supports best practices for citation in papers and publications. DOI URLs will always resolve back to the dataset, and are thus ideal for citing NEON data in publications and applications. These data releases remain stable (for all subsystems) and accessible (for all subsystems except AOP) throughout the lifetime of the Observatory. NEON’s second data release, RELEASE-2022, includes 161 data products annotated by 129 DOIs. Please read the Release 2022 webpage to learn more about the specifics of this particular release.
We have discovered that some AOP data files are missing from RELEASE-2022, and that some RELEASE-2022 files are being linked to the RELEASE-2021 incorrectly. In addition, any AOP files marked as RELEASE-2021 are actually part of RELEASE-2022. We are investigating these issues and will correct them as soon as possible. When they are corrected, we will post another data notification.