You can find a more-or-less complete list of my publications on my ORCiD page, and some code I have written on my GitHub page.
I put together an interactive activity on pulsar timing for Cornell REU students. This makes use of Binder, a service for running Jupyter notebooks online.
Graduate students in the Cornell Astronomy Department (including myself) field questions from the public through Ask an Astronomer.
The positions, periods, and period derivatives of the majority of known pulars (plus a lot of other information about them) can be found in the ATNF pulsar catalog.
The positions, parallaxes, and proper motions of all billion or so stars observed by the Gaia space telescope can be found at the Gaia archive.
Shami Chatterjee, a research scientist in our group, maintains a list of all reliably measured neutron star parallaxes.
The IAU Minor Planet Center is home to a database of all known asteroids, comets, and Kuiper belt objects.