Introducing the AMI-GRB Database

The Arcminute Microkelvin Imager (AMI) Large Array robotically triggers on Swift transients (ALARRM mode), majority of which are gamma-ray bursts. GRBs in the northern hemisphere are followed up on logarithmic timescales between 1 hour and 10 days post-burst to look for radio afterglows at 15 GHz. As a resource to the GRB community, we have put together the AMI-GRB database, which maintains a log of the AMI observations carried out March 2016 onwards. This systematic study with the AMI will significantly advance our understanding of radio emission from GRBs.