# H0LiCOW Data Products

- Suyu et al. 2010 (B1608+656 time-delay distance fit)
- Jee et al. 2019 (B1608+656 angular diameter distance fit)
- Chen et al. 2019, Wong et al. 2017 (HE0435-1223 distance posterior)
- Birrer et al. 2019 (J1206+4332 distance posterior)
- Chen et al. 2019, Suyu et al. 2014 (RXJ1131-1231 distance posterior)
- Chen et al. 2019 (PG1115+080 distance posterior)
- Rusu et al. 2019 (WFI2033-4723 distance posterior)
- Wong et al. 2019 (combined inference)

Paper XIII combines six lenses in a variety of cosmologies, including flat ΛCDM, oΛCDM, wCDM, and w0waCDM. The posterior distributions of the time-delay distances and angular diameter
distances for five of the six lens systems can be downloaded here. The remaining lens (B1608+656) has an analytical fit to the PDF. The H_{0} inference from
these posteriors can be obtained following our python notebook.

If you make use of this data, please cite the relevant H0LiCOW publications:

If you make use of the python notebook for H_{0} inference, please credit Martin Millon and Vivien Bonvin by referencing this Zenodo link (with bibtex entry here).

Our implementation of the 6-lens distance posteriors and sampling scripts in MontePython (Brinckmann & Lesgourgues 2019; Audren et al. 2013) can be downloaded below. If you make use of this implementation, please credit Stefan Taubenberger and Sherry Suyu by referencing this Zenodo link (with bibtex entry here).

If you want to produce nice plot comparing the H_{0} values from different experiment as in Verde et al. 2019, you can use and adapt the following code. Please credit Vivien Bonvin and Martin Millon by referencing this Zenodo link (with bibtex entry here).

Paper IX combines four lenses in a flat ΛCDM. The posterior distributions of the angular diameter
distances of the lens system J1206+4332 can be downloaded here. The H_{0} predictions from
these posteriors, combined to the three other lenses already analysed by the H0LiCOW collaboration
can be obtained following our notebook.

Paper V presents the 13-years optical light curves of HE0435-1223, as well as mock light curves created with PyCS in order to estimate the error on the time-delay measurement. Both can be downloaded here.

Paper III provides a catalogue of all galaxies down to i<24 mag within a 2 arcmin radius around HE0435-1223. It contains positions, magnitudes, photometric redshifts, stellar and halo masses.

Paper II provides a catalog of all spectroscopically identified targets in the field of view of HE0435-1223, as well as 1-D spectra for targets observed with the VLT, Gemini and Keck telescopes. Those data are available as a single tar.gz file.