There is a long history of digital publication of the Grahams, dating back to the early stages of the list, which was distributed on PC disk, and the early days of the World Wide Web. In the 1990s the Grahams list was available via the Liverpool Mountain Database and the University of Glasgow website. In the late 1990s and 2000s it was available via the BUBL Information Service, based at the University of Strathclyde. By late 2022 there were several websites offering a list of Grahams:
The Database of British and Irish Hills (DoBIH)
Hill Bagging (the online version of DoBIH)
With so many sites opting to publish the list of Grahams in some form, it is important for users of these sites to have the correct version available, preferably with the official hill names, heights, regions and grid references. The official source of the Grahams is Ten Tables of Grahams: The Official List, by Alan Dawson, published by Pedantic Press in November 2022. The data available on the Hill Bagging site should also be accurate.