See the papers below from the 2004 September issue of the The Astrophysical Journal Supplement for examples of data set linking used in the electronic journal.
Here are some tips to help you create valid \dataset links for times when the ADS name resolver doesn't recognize your submitted IDs.
Data set tagging should be used when you want to place a link in a paper to a data set hosted by a participating data center. In general, this would be the raw or pipeline-reduced data. Data that have been processed futher through specialized reduction software or other means can be included in the paper as supplementary material. Supplementary material data may be submitted in various formats, including FITS files.
The AASTeX macro “\dataset” may be used anywhere in your AASTeX paper but tags in the acknowledgments and footnotes are discouraged. If your paper has just a few data sets, place the data set commands in the main text of the paper. The most logical place to include them would usually be in an early section describing the observations underlying the paper. When the number of data sets is large, you should place them in a table with a separate column reserved for the data set identifiers.
The table below lists the data centers that are currently participating in the data set linking project. Information provided by the data centers on how to use their data set IDs is provided via the links associated with the center's name. This page will periodically be updated as the data centers provide more information about their current status.
In partnership with the NASA Astronomical Data System (ADS) and several NASA data centers, the AAS has a new project to allow authors to tag data sets from participating data centers in their papers using the AASTeX “\dataset” macro. Data sets tagged with the “\dataset” macro will appear in the electronic edition linked to a name resolver at ADS that will take readers to the data sets themselves.