CoRe database is online
The Computational Relativity collaboration’s public database of gravitational waveforms from binary neutron star mergers is online. The database currently contains 367 waveforms from numerical simulations. It spans 164 physically distinct configuration with different binary parameters (total binary mass, mass-ratio, initial separation, eccentricity, and stars spins) and simulated physics. Waveforms computed at multiple grid resolutions and extraction radii are provided for controlling numerical uncertainties. These data are labelled as BAM:0001-BAM:0127 and THC:0001-THC:0015. We also release an exemplary set of 18 hybrid waveforms constructed with TEOBResumS.