Credits

Primary development and maintence:

Additional contributions:

  • Mark Bell, Tracy Hall, Saul Schleimer, Twister.
  • Jim Hoste and Morwen Thistlethwaite, manifold and link censuses.
  • Ben Burton, manifold censuses and isosig code.
  • Abhijit Champanerkar and Ilya Kofman, knot censuses.
  • Robert Lipschitz and Jennet Dickinson, improvements to Spherogram.
  • Malik Obeidin, improvements to Spherogram.
  • Jose Sanchez, 3D printing code.
  • PARI library.
  • QD quad-double library.
  • Others, please let Marc or Nathan know if we’ve forgotten you.

Citing SnapPy

Please cite as:

M. Culler, N. M. Dunfield, M. Goerner, and J. R. Weeks, SnapPy, a computer program for studying the geometry and topology of 3-manifolds, http://snappy.computop.org

or in BibTeX format

@misc{SnapPy,
     author={Culler, Marc and Dunfield, Nathan M. and Goerner,
     Matthias and Weeks, Jeffrey R.},
     title={Snap{P}y, a computer program for studying the geometry and topology of $3$-manifolds},
     howpublished={Available at \url{http://snappy.computop.org} (DD/MM/YYYY)},
}

or as an AMSRef:

\bib{SnapPy}{misc}{
     author={Culler, Marc},
     author={Dunfield, Nathan M.},
     author={Goerner, Matthias},
     author={Weeks, Jeffrey R.},
     title={Snap{P}y, a computer program for studying the geometry and topology of $3$-manifolds},
     note={Available at \url{http://snappy.computop.org} (DD/MM/YYYY)}
}

where DD/MM/YYYY should be replaced by the date when you downloaded your copy of SnapPy.