ALPINE is the largest multi-wavelength survey that studies galaxies in the early universe from ultra-violet to far-infrared wavelengths. In this paper, we describe the ancillary data products and basic measurements for the ALPINE galaxies.
A large amount of data in the ultra-violet has been taken of galaxies in the early universe. These samples build the basis for observations at other wavelengths and are therefore the foundation of a multi-wavelength (or panchromatic) study of the first galaxies. This conference proceeding shows the important role of ALPINE in extending the legacy of current galaxy samples with far-infrared observations.