The above data is available with the Mathematica
, as shown in the (simulated) Mathematica session below. Your input (in red
) is realistic; all else should have the same content as in a real mathematica session, but with different formatting. This Mathematica session is also available (albeit only for the knot 5_2
) as the notebook PolynomialInvariantsSession.nb
(The path below may be different on your system, and possibly also the KnotTheory` date)
K = Knot["9 23"];
KnotTheory::loading: Loading precomputed data in PD4Knots`.
| 4t2−11t + 15−11t−1 + 4t−2
KnotTheory::credits: The program Alexander[K, r] to compute Alexander ideals was written by Jana Archibald at the University of Toronto in the summer of 2005.
KnotTheory::loading: Loading precomputed data in Jones4Knots`.
| q−2−2q−3 + 5q−4−6q−5 + 8q−6−8q−7 + 6q−8−5q−9 + 3q−10−q−11
KnotTheory::credits: The HOMFLYPT program was written by Scott Morrison.
| −z2a10 + z4a8−2a8 + 2z4a6 + 4z2a6 + 2a6 + z4a4 + 2z2a4 + a4
KnotTheory::loading: Loading precomputed data in Kauffman4Knots`.
| z5a13−2z3a13 + za13 + 3z6a12−7z4a12 + 3z2a12 + 3z7a11−5z5a11 + za11 + z8a10 + 4z6a10−10z4a10 + 3z2a10 + 5z7a9−6z5a9−2z3a9 + 4za9 + z8a8 + 4z6a8−8z4a8 + 6z2a8−2a8 + 2z7a7 + 2z5a7−6z3a7 + 4za7 + 3z6a6−4z4a6 + 4z2a6−2a6 + 2z5a5−2z3a5 + z4a4−2z2a4 + a4