Short Bytes: CERN has recently released the data from the famous 2011 experiment probing the fundamental structure of the Universe to the public. These raw and processed data can be analyzed and verified using CERN Linux virtual environment on a virtual machine.
The experiment, that was conducted by CERN in 2011, has made the experiment data open for public. Much of data are from protons colliding at 7 TeV producing esoterical results which we were unable to comprehend.
If you want to take a look at the data you can go to https://opendata.cern.ch/?ln=en to take a look at the results and build something on your own, if you are capable of.
Kati Lassila-Perini, a physicist who works on the Compact Muon Solenoid (!) detector gives an explanation for the data release,
There’s both the raw data from the detectors and also “derived” datasets that are more easy to work with. CERN is also providing the tools to verify the data.
You can verify the data by booting up the whole CERN Linux environment in a virtual machine with a bunch of scripts and apps, some of which are available on GitHub too.