Reduced data for the Swift Intensive Accretion Disk Reverberation Mapping Survey

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Since 2014, the Niel Gehrels Swift observatory has conducted a series of intensive accretion disk reverberation mapping (IDRM) campaigns of bright AGN. This archive contains reduced data from the first four of these campaigns. We are making the data publicly available to facilitate uniform modeling and analysis of these data. Please feel free to download and use the data as you wish. This table will be updated as more IDRM campaigns are published and as the data reduction (mostly dropout filtering) improves.

If these data result in publications, please cite the source paper: "The First Swift Intensive AGN Accretion Disk Reverberation Mapping Survey" by Edelson et al. (2019 ApJ 870 123; available at Also please note: © AAS. Reproduced with permission.

TABLE NOTES: Column 1: Object name. Column 2: Filter/band used to measure the data point. Column 3: Cadence number, where the most significant digit refers to the object and the next three refer to the visit number for that object. Column 4: Modified Julian Day at the midpoint of the exposure. Column 5: Duration of the integration in that filter/band, in seconds. Column 6: Mean flux of the data point. UVOT fluxes are given in units of 10^-{14} erg/cm2/s/A and X-ray fluxes in units of ct/s. Column 7: Uncertainty on the flux, in the same units as Column 6.