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Welcome to our Diatomic Molecules Platform. This collaborative space is designed for researchers, educators, and students alike. Our comprehensive database not only allows you to search for spectroscopic data, but also provides a plotting tool for data analysis. One of our standout features is the integration of machine learning predictor. Regardless of registration status, anyone can use our database to train their models, offering a significant opportunity for independent testing and insight generation.

Before you start Introduction of DSCDM

The project aims to make available the spectroscopic constants for diatomic molecules and useful analytical tools to the users, from students to researchers, in a friendly and comprehensive way. Friendly, because users can straightforwardly retrieve spectroscopic data of diatomic molecules in a variety of formats compatible with analyzing software. Our database allows users to train their own machine-learning models with our data set. Users may, after registration, have the possibility of uploading new spectroscopic data.

The main focus of this webpage is the search bar located under the heading "Search Molecules". Here you can search for a specific molecule.

  • Please note that the molecule name should consist of all characters in the correct order, including both uppercase and lowercase letters.

  • Further down the page, you can view some statistics of the database in the form of a pie chart and bar chart.

After login to a valid account, user can access the upload page to contribute new data to our database.

  • An email will be sent to the database manager and the data will be stored in a temporary database.

  • Once the data has been approved, it will be accessable for everyone and will be used for machine-learning.


Team Contact info

E-mail: molecularspectroscopysbu@gmail.com

If you have any questions or suggestions, please feel free to contact us.

Last update: 2023/Aug/20



Department of Physics and Astronomy

Stony Brook University

Stony Brook, NY 11794-3800