All of these charts date back from around 2000, so if you're looking for new stuff you will probably be disappointed here. |

Description | data | 30 d/p | 70 d/p | pan | |
---|---|---|---|---|---|

S0 | The Sphere | tar | ps | ps | ps |

M2 | mod 2 Moore space | tar | |||

Ceta | Cofibre of eta | tar | ps | ps | ps |

Cnu | Cofibre of nu | tar | ps | ps | ps |

Csigma | Cofibre of sigma | tar | ps | ps | ps |

A1 | An A-Module structure on A(1) | tar | ps | ps | ps |

A2 | An A-Module structure on A(2) | tar | ps | ps | ps |

B1 | A1/A1Q1 | tar | ps | ps | ps |

B2 | A2/A2Q2 | tar | ps | ps | ps |

DA1 | Double of A1 | tar | ps | ps | ps |

quest | Questionmark complex | tar | ps | ps | ps |

sq0 | Image of doubling map | tar | ps | ps | ps |

tmf | Topological modular forms | tar | ps | ps | ps |

tmf-hur | Algebraic tmf Hurewicz image | tar | ps | ps | ps |

Here's a big image that shows Ext up to dimension 210.
There's also a page that shows timing information
for the computation of the resolution,
some awkward datafiles for root invariants,
the algebraic tmf-based Hurewicz map,
and Sq0.

There is also a telephone-book-like-thing ahss.dvi.gz,
with sources ahss.tex.gz and ahssdat.tex.gz.
Finally, old excerpts of the resolution can be found
here (small) and here (still small).

There are some old charts available: S at 3, S/3, S/(3,v1), S at 5, S at 5 [bigger], S/5, S/(5,v1), S/(5,v1,v2), a certain 3 cell complex at 3.

(Here's the same again in postscript format: S at 3, S/3, S/(3,v1), S at 5, S at 5 [bigger], S/5, S/(5,v1), S/(5,v1,v2), a certain 3 cell complex at 3.)