**table_top_test**,
a FORTRAN90 code which
calls table_top(), which
displays patterns in a set of N points in M dimensions.

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table_top, a FORTRAN90 code which is given a table file of M-dimensional points, makes plots of all coordinate pairs;

- table_top_test.sh, runs all the tests.
- table_top_test.txt, the output file.

**POWERS.TXT** is a set of data that does not lie between 0 and
1. (The TABLE_TOP program used to assume, in fact, that the
data did lie between 0 and 1.) Test files you may copy include:

- powers.txt, a set of 4 dimensional sample data.
- powers_output.txt, the printed output from running TABLE_TOP on the data.
- powers.png, a PNG image of the sample data.

**TABLE_TOP_INPUT.TXT** is a dummy set of data. There are 10
4 dimensional points. Test files you may copy include:

- table_top_input.txt, a set of 4 dimensional sample data.
- table_top_test.txt, the printed output from running TABLE_TOP on the data.
- table_top_test.png, a PNG image of the sample data.

**CVT_03_00007.TXT** is a set of 3 dimensional data, generated
by a centroidal Voronoi tessellation process. We were interested
in seeing how the 2D projections looked. Test files you may copy include:

- cvt_03_00007.txt, a set of 3 dimensional sample data.
- cvt_03_00007_output.txt, the printed output from running TABLE_TOP on the data.
- cvt_03_00007.png, a PNG image of the sample data.
- cvt_03_00007.latin.txt, a "latinized" version of the data set.
- cvt_03_00007.latin.png, a PNG image of the "latinized" version of the data set.

**CVT_03_00056.TXT** is 8 times as much data as CVT_03_00007.TXT.
We really hoped that we would see a pattern, and for once,
our hopes were rewarded. The 2D projections clearly indicate
the formation of a roughly regular grid that divides the
faces into cells. Test files you may copy include:

- cvt_03_00056.txt, a set of 3 dimensional sample data.
- cvt_03_00056_output.txt, the printed output from running TABLE_TOP on the data.
- cvt_03_00056.png, a PNG image of the sample data.
- cvt_03_00056.latin.txt, a "latinized" version of the data set.
- cvt_03_00056.latin.png, a PNG image of the "latinized" version of the data set.

**CVT_07_00100.TXT** is a set of 7 dimensional data, generated
by a centroidal Voronoi tessellation process. It is desirable
to have the data points well spread out. However, the facts of
7 dimensional geometry fight against this (let alone any defects
in the CVT algorithm)! Test files you may copy include:

- cvt_07_00100.txt, a set of 4 dimensional sample data.
- cvt_07_00100_output.txt, the printed output from running TABLE_TOP on the data.
- cvt_07_00100_0.png, a PNG image of the "page 0" of the sample data.
- cvt_07_00100_1.png, a PNG image of the "page 1" of the sample data.
- cvt_07_00100_2.png, a PNG image of the "page 2" of the sample data.
- cvt_07_00100_3.png, a PNG image of the "page 3" of the sample data.
- cvt_07_00100.latin.txt, a "latinized" version of the data set.
- cvt_07_00100.latin_0.png, a PNG image of the "page 0" of the "latinized" data.
- cvt_07_00100.latin_1.png, a PNG image of the "page 1" of the "latinized" data.
- cvt_07_00100.latin_2.png, a PNG image of the "page 2" of the "latinized" data.
- cvt_07_00100.latin_3.png, a PNG image of the "page 3" of the "latinized" data.