The Church and White Global Mean Sea Level (GMSL) data is available at the Colorado University Sea Level research website along with the current satellite data I used to extend the Church and White series to 2013. The Leviticus et al. Ocean Heat Content (OHC) data is available at the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) ocean data center making up the main core of the reconstruction.
The OHC is only available from 1955 in quarterly format which I interpolated to monthly just to have a common format. Using the common baseline period from 1955 to 2011 I scaled the GMSL and OHC data to match the ERSST masked Indian Ocean trend for the common baseline. Then since there is the Berkeley Earth Surface Temperature (BEST) data available at their website, I figured I would scale that in as well.
Once that is done the full monthly combination back to 1743 looks like this. I took the liberty of infilling some of the missing BEST data with simple interpolation just to get all the data available involved. However there is more instrumental data out there that extends even further back in time, the Central England Temperature (CET) series which since England is located near the termination of the Gulf Stream, should have some correlation with OHC and GMSL. That data is available at the MET/Hadley Center website. Using the same baseline period, the CET was also scaled and allowed to joy the fray.
Oppo et al. 2009 Indo-Pacific Warm Pool reconstruction available at the NOAA climate data center website. Scaling all the instrumental to match a paleo reconstruction might be a bit bassakwards, but it is interesting.