These data were published in Barklem et al (2000) and are incorporated in VALD.
Due to its low loggf, we missed Mg I 4571. A specific calculation using Thomas-Fermi-Dirac wave functions gives sigma (10000 m/s) = 231 atomic units, alpha = 0.260.
The data for Fe II was published in Barklem & Aspelund-Johansson (2005). The Cr II data was calculated in 2007 due to a request and used in Sobeck et al (2007). The calculations used the method described in Barklem & Aspelund-Johansson (2005), so if you use the Cr II data you can cite that paper for the method. These data are also in VALD.
These data were published in Barklem (2007), though here I have extended the temperature range up to 100000 K, and included the data for all 19 spectroscopic states as only the data for the lowest 7 were included explicitly in the paper.
These data were published in Barklem (2016).
These data were calculated by Barklem & Collet (2016)
High resolution observed optical spectra for 118 nearby stars from the Spectroscopic Survey of Stars in the Solar Neighbourhood project, Allende Prieto et al (2004)
Here is a short IDL routine to read the profiles. The profiles are labelled with files names of the form:
alf is H alpha
synth is the line formation code used
6100 is Teff
4.65 is logg
-0.25 is metallicity
1.5 is the microturbulence in the model atmosphere calculation.
These are hydrogen line profiles calculated as described in Barklem et al (2002) (i.e. 1D, LTE, 1997 epoch MARCS, Stehle + BPO) using self-broadening theory developed in Barklem et al (2000). MLT parameters alpha = 0.5 and y = 0.5 are used in all these model calculations. Note the line formation calculation includes no micro- or macroturbulence, but this has no effect on the wings. The line cores are not expected to form in the photosphere or in anything close to LTE, and thus are not reliable and should not be used for any interpretation of observations.
The codes used for these line formation calculations are available here.
I have also derived upper limits for the sample in two ways. I provide both cases in case they are useful, but would recommend using the second file.