Is anyone aware of a open source atomic spectra database? In particular I am looking for high resolution Na atomic emission which can be downloaded in csv or Excel. I am aware of NIST but I could not find a atomic spectrum. Secondly do they allow re-use of their figures? Thanks.
Based on your previous question and your comment above in lines of «NIST's policy to use published data may be fine» I question if your literature search included a visit at NIST's Handbook of Basic Atomic Spectroscopic Data.
In the case of sodium, recorded lines for either air or vacuum are listed next to the data about persistent lines, and analogue data about the single ionized form. While not yet in a
.csv format, copy-paste into an editor is eased because you may toggle between the output to be table-like formatted form, or ASCII.
An alternative could be to digitize emission spectra like the following:
(reference, final spectrum about the hot high pressure sodium lamp)