traceDs aims to provide a transparent and accessible resource of experimental partitioning data for the community. traceDs now includes the experimental trace element partitioning data from more than 5400 experiments, including the experimental conditions, and the major and trace element composition of the phases
The traceDs template was designed to provide structure for the data we produce. The template includes a description of the type and form of the data present in the traceDs database. We recommend that users download the template and read the instructions and readme tab first. Once the basic content is clear, users can read the specific descriptions in the columns for the experimental conditions, liquid, and phase tabs. This will help in gaining an understanding of the data format before one attempts to process the mineral specific spreadsheets available below.
Pre-compiled mineral spreadsheets
Using the traceDs template, we have compiled published experimental data on trace element partitioning. Each spreadsheet contains data for one specific mineral. Please read the description of the database in the traceDs template before you process the information in the spreadsheets.
- Plagioclase/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Orthopyroxene/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Amphibole/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Clinopyroxene/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Olivine/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Spinel/melt partition coefficient experiments
- Garnet/melt partition coefficient experiments
If you have any questions about the traceDs template or the mineral-specific spreadsheets please contact Roger.Nielsen@sdsmt.edu or Gokce.Ustunisik@sdsmt.edu.
- traceDs: What we have learned about the existing trace element partitioning data during the population phase of traceDs (AGU poster, 2015).
- traceDs: An accessible database of trace element partitioning experiments (Goldschmidt workshop, 2016).
To publish your own data and receive a DOI, please use the EarthChem Library.