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Based on joint work with Jan Manschot and Ashoke Sen, and subsequent work with other authors, I have developed a Mathematica package for computing the PoincaréLaurent polynomial of the moduli space of stable representations of quivers. The first version of the code was released along with [1302.5498] on arXiv. Since then it has been expanded in many directions, including the Reineke formula for quivers without relations, the JeffreyKirwan residue formula, various versions of the flow tree formula, and most recently the Quiver Yangian algorithm for computing noncommutative DT invariants and various tools for dealing with brane tilings. See the documentation for more details. The files below are maintained in a private Git repository, let me know if you want to gain access to it.


Last updated on May 3, 2021. 