Levitan, D. et al. (2014) used PTF, CRTS, and LINEAR data to better understand outbursting AM CVn system light curves. Light curves for all systems with data (38 out of 41 known at publication) are available http://phares.caltech.
- A sample of 10,000 light curves is presented by Price-Whelan, A. et al. 2014, ApJ, 781, 36, who used PTF data to develop several statistical methods for identification of micro-lensing events. They extracted 10,000 light curves that can be used to test the various statistical tools described in the paper. These 10,000 light curves are now publicly released via Academic Commons at University of Columbia
- Findeison, K et al. (2013) carried out a study of young stars in North American Nebula using PTF data. The published light curves can be found here http://phares.caltech.edu/published_data/nanebI/.
- Levitan, D. et al. (2013) published the light curve for PTF1 J191905.19+481506.2 - A Partially Eclipsing AM CVn System Discovered in the Palomar Transient Factory. The published data is at http://phares.caltech.edu/published_data/ptf1j1919/.
- Supernova follow-up spectra - For all of the supernova discovered by PTF and published in the literature, their optical spectra can be found at the Weisemen Interactive Supernova data REPository (WISeRep).