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One of the better starting pages with frequent updates and daily status tables is:
New status page, English
Near real-time sensor data could be found through the following pages:
The pages show information from both Fukushima Daiichi (Fukushima 1)
If you want to compare the Japanese pages, even if you cannot read Japanese, the fourth symbol indicates 1 (Dai-Ichi) or 2 (Dai-Ni) and is intuitively intelligible:
福島第一 = Fuku shima Dai ichi (1)
The actual data tables have the following columns:
Time | Sensor | Gamma Radiation | Neutron Radiation | Wind Direction | Wind Speed
The sensor identified by two kanji symbols is the outer sensor at the west gate. The other sensor, identified by 5 kanji symbols, is inside the compound, to the north of the service building.
西門 = West Gate
I wish that everybody follow the Japanese example and publish such data in real-time for all dangerous accidents.
Please add a comment if you have additional or better information. I will improve this article, whenever new information becomes available.