I am looking for an computer parsable (CSV, XML, JSON, since I didn't find anything, I am happy with almost everything) file (or collection of files) that contains the information you can find in a simple table of nuclides. There are several more or less usable "browsers" and of course Wikipedia's tables, but none of them is quite what I want.
What I'd like to have is a list as simple as:
numer of protons, number of neutrons, half life, decay mode(s)
for each known isotope. But any other format that is parsable with reasonable effort to extract this data from a bigger set is also very welcome.
I have already found this http://ie.lbl.gov/databases/databases.html, wich contains in a self-extracting .exe file (as a Linux user, I was happy to find out that 7zip can extract it just fine) one file for each element, and each file contains more than enough data: on the page there is also an 100-something pages long manual for the data format. I don't want to read this, so if anyone knows of a better (according to my needs) source, that'd be great!