These tables currently contain the first 103,800,788,359 zeros of $\zeta(s)$, covering the range $0 < t < 30610046000$, computed by David Platt to an absolute precision of $2^{-101}$.

Currently, they are not perfectly printed, and the last few digits may not always be printed correctly in base 10.

If you are interested in downloading large portions of the set of zeros, see here.

Reference: David Platt, Computing degree 1 $L$-functions, PhD Thesis, Bristol University, 2011.

**Knowl status:**

- Review status: beta
- Last edited by Michael Rubinstein on 2015-10-27 19:19:45

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