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The Knot Atlas

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The Knot Atlas is a website, an encyclopedia rather than atlas, dedicated to knot theory. It and its predecessor were created by mathematician Dror Bar-Natan, who maintains the current site with Scott Morrison. According to Schiller, the site contains, "beautiful illustrations and detailed information about knots," as does KnotPlot.com.[1] According to the site itself, it is a knot atlas (collection of maps), theory database, knowledge base, and "a home for some computer programs".[2]

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  1. ^ Schiller, Christoph (2012). Motion Mountain, The Adventure of Physics – Vol. 5: Motion Inside Matter – Pleasure, Technology and Stars, p. 272. MotionMountain.net.
  2. ^ "Knot Atlas:About", The Knot Atlas.

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