Gradient magnetometer datasets and MATLAB numerical code for simulating buried firearms at a controlled field site
The presented magnetic dataset were collected above a set of weapons buried at 0.6 m, 1.2 m, and 1.8 m depth while the MATLAB simulation codes were used to estimate the magnetization, length, centre, azimuth and plunge of the buried firearms assuming an anomaly caused by a long magnetic dipole. Datasets and MATLAB scripts are related to the following peer reviewed articles submitted by the contributors for review and publication: 1. K. O. Doro, E. A. Deng, C.-G. Bank, Gradient magnetometer datasets and MATLAB numerical code for simulating buried firearms at a controlled field site. Data in Brief. Submitted 2. E. A. Deng, K. O. Doro, C.-G. Bank, Suitability of magnetometry to detect clandestine buried firearms from a controlled field site and numerical modeling, Forensic Science International. In Press. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.forsciint.2020.110396 For a detailed description of these data, refer to Doro et al article in Data in Brief while for more on the study, refer to Deng et al article in Forensic Science International.