These are just a couple of pages from Simon’s new book/ digital presentation on knot theory that he’s currently working on:
I see him scavenging the internet in search of powerful sources. So far, he has used The Knot Book, the prime links calculator, the Rolfsen Knot Table (that was no longer online and that he found in the web archives), The Knot Atlas, Paul Bourke’s website, Wikipedia of course, more Wikipedia, Wikipedia’s List of Prime Knots, Brilliant’s knots page . Simon created some images on his own, each knot with just one line of code, using the tools on the Wolfram Mathematica website. Below are Simon’s knots in the up to 6 crossings category.