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       censuslookup - Search for triangulations in Regina's census databases


       censuslookup isosig ...


       This  utility  searches  for  the  given  3-manifold  triangulations in the various census
       databases that are shipped withRegina.

       You should present the trianguations using their isomorphism signatures.  These are  short
       text  strings  that  identify  the  triangulation uniquely up to combinatorial isomorphism
       (i.e., up to relabellings of the tetrahedra and/or their vertices).

       From  the  graphical  user  interface,  you  can  view  the  isomorphism  signature  of  a
       triangulation  by  switching  to  the  Composition  tab in the triangulation viewer.  From
       Python you can  fetch  the  isomorphism  signature  of  the  triangulation  x  by  calling
       x.isoSig().   For  a  full  and  precise  specification  of  isomorphism  signatures,  see
       Simplification paths in the Pachner graphs of closed orientable 3-manifold triangulations,
       Burton, 2011, arXiv:1110.6080.

       All database matches (if any) will be written to standard output.


           example$ censuslookup fvPQcdecedekrsnrs dLQbcccajqs cPcbbbiht
           fvPQcdecedekrsnrs: 1 hit
               SFS [S2: (2,1) (3,1) (5,-4)] : #1 -- Closed census (orientable)

           dLQbcccajqs: 0 hits

           cPcbbbiht: 2 hits
               m004 : #1 -- Cusped hyperbolic census (orientable)
               L104001 -- Hyperbolic knot and link complements



       If  you  downloaded a drag-and-drop app bundle, this utility is shipped inside it.  If you
       dragged   Regina   to   the   main   Applications   folder,   you   can    run    it    as


       The  command-line  utilities  are  installed  beneath the Program Files directory; on some
       machines this directory is called Program Files (x86).  You  can  start  this  utility  by
       running c:\Program Files\Regina\Regina 4.96\bin\censuslookup.exe.


       regina-gui.  trisetcmp,


       This  utility  was  written  by  Benjamin  Burton <>.  Many people have been
       involved in the development of Regina; see the users' handbook for a full list of credits.

                                          23 August 2014                          CENSUSLOOKUP(1)