Can a uniform energy scale and dE values be provided for f(E), g(E) and n(E)?

The energy spacings for the f(E), g(E) and n(E) functions are not the same, so students cannot download the data for each to directly multiply f(E) by g(E) to verify that this leads to n(E).

True, students could select values by hand that are close and multiply these together one by one, but it would be nice to be able to multiply the whole set of downloaded values in one shot.