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Important information

This option is only available for:

  • ATNF Pulsar Observation domain searches and collections
  • AAHL Virus Image domain searches and collections

Tar is a standard format used on Unix and Unix-like systems.  If you want to use Tar files on Windows, try 7zip (external link).


Overview


Download up to 2GB at a time from:

  • ATNF Pulsar Observation search results or collections
  • AAH Virus Image search results or collections

Download as TAR Archive from Domain Search Results


The following examples use results from the ATNF Puslar Observation Search, but the same process also applies to the AAHL Virus Image Search.

  1. Select the files you want from the domain search results up to a total of 2GB.

    If you want to download more than 2GB, either run through this process several times with different files, or use a different download method.  Access these methods from the individual collections by clicking either the Project link (ATNF Pulsar Observations) or the SAN-Specimen No. link (AAHL Virus Images).




  2. Click the Download button.


  3. Select the Download selected files as TAR archive option and click Request files.


  4. Review the licence conditions.  Links to more detailed information about the licence(s) appear below the description.


  5. If you agree to the licence conditions, check the acknowledgement box and click Accept.


  6. Your browser will prompt you to download the tar file.

    If the total file size you have selected is close to 2 GB there may be a small delay between accepting the licence and the file download starting.

Download as TAR Archive from ATNF and AAHL Collections


  1. Go to the Files tab of the collection.


  2. Select the files you want up to a total of 2GB.

    If you want to download more than 2GB, either run through this process several times with different files, or select a different download method.



  3. Click the Download button.


  4. Selected the Download selected files as TAR archive option.


  5. Click Request files.


  6. Review the licence conditions.  Links to more detailed information about the licence appear below the description.


  7. If you agree to the licence conditions, check the acknowledgement box and click Accept.


  8. Your browser will prompt you to download the tar file.

    If the total file size you have selected is close to 2 GB there may be a small delay between accepting the licence and the file download starting.



Need help with the Data Access Portal? Please contact Research Data Service Support at researchdatasupport@csiro.au or phone: +61 2 4960 6086

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