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c14bazAAR - Download and Prepare C14 Dates from Different Source Databases. Author: Clemens Schmid; Reviewers: Ben Marwick, Enrico Crema; Read the Review
rmangal - An interface to the Mangal database https://mangal.io/#/. Author: Steve Vissault; Reviewers: Thomas Pedersen, Anna Willoughby; Read the Review
rnassqs - Access the NASS Quick Stats API. Author: Nicholas Potter; Reviewers: Adam Sparks, Neal Richardson; Read the Review
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