A dahsboard provides astronomers access to publicly available raw visibility data from the Murchison Widefield Array (MWA). You can use it to search for observations and create a data conversion job (where you can optionally apply calibration) or a visibility download job. Then, you can monitor the jobs and download the data.
Python-based Application Programming Interface (Manta-ray-client)
There is a Python-based API available on the manta-ray-client github which will allow you to submit conversion or download jobs and download their resulting data files.
Full instructions are available on the github page.
Virtual Observatory (VO) TAP Service
The MWA ASVO also provides an International Virtual Observatory Alliance (IVOA) compliant Table Access Protocol (TAP) service. This service is available at the following address: http://vo.mwatelescope.org:8000/mwa_asvo/tap
The MWA ASVO TAP service can be used by VO / TAP compliant software, such as TOPCAT to retrieve MWA observation metadata. Currently our Services supports the standard obscore fields, but in the future we hope to include more rich MWA-specific metadata as well. For further information about how to use IVOA VO services, please see IVOA: Information for Astronomers.