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Software tools for studying 3-manifolds

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  1. SnapPy Public

    SnapPy is a package for studying the topology and geometry of 3-manifolds, with a focus on hyperbolic structures. It is based on the SnapPea kernel written by Jeff Weeks.

    C 40 31

  2. Spherogram Public

    Spherogram is a Python module for dealing with the kind of planar diagrams that arise in 3-dimensional topology, such as link and Heegaard diagrams. It a component of the larger SnapPy project.

    C 6 7

  3. PLink Public

    Plink is used to draw link projections and create data structures which describe the projections.

    Python 2 4

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  • SnapPy Public

    SnapPy is a package for studying the topology and geometry of 3-manifolds, with a focus on hyperbolic structures. It is based on the SnapPea kernel written by Jeff Weeks.

    C 40 31 11 1 Updated Jun 29, 2022
  • Spherogram Public

    Spherogram is a Python module for dealing with the kind of planar diagrams that arise in 3-dimensional topology, such as link and Heegaard diagrams. It a component of the larger SnapPy project.

    C 6 7 2 1 Updated Jun 29, 2022
  • Sage_macOS Public

    SageMath as a macOS application bundle.

    Python 65 9 3 0 Updated Jun 28, 2022
  • regina_wheels Public

    Self-contained Python packages of the low-dimensional topology software Regina, installable off PyPI using pip.

    Python 0 1 0 0 Updated Jun 24, 2022
  • sagedocker Public

    The kitchen sink with SnapPy, SageMath, Regina, and friends

    Shell 6 2 2 0 Updated May 31, 2022
  • low_index Public

    An implementation of Sims' Low Index Subgroup algorithm.

    Cython 0 1 0 0 Updated Apr 26, 2022
  • CyPari Public
    Cython 2 1 0 0 Updated Mar 11, 2022
  • FXrays Public

    The FXrays module computes extremal rays of polyhedral cones. SnapPy uses this to compute normal surfaces.

    Python 1 1 0 0 Updated Mar 11, 2022
  • knot_floer_homology Public

    Python wrapper for Zoltán Szabó's HFK program

    C++ 2 2 1 2 Updated Mar 11, 2022
  • PLink Public

    Plink is used to draw link projections and create data structures which describe the projections.

    Python 2 4 0 0 Updated Mar 10, 2022

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