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I am in the middle of a paper on Hubble's law and the Friedman equations, I would like to show that with modern measurements of redshift (or λ') and distance, one can use these to find a modern value of Hubble's constant. I however need some data to do this, so does anybody know of a source where I can find usable measurements of redshift(or λ') and distance to different galaxies?

Thanks for your time.

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# Data to derive Hubble's constant

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