Gridlink: a tool for knot theorists. Gridlink is a tool for manipulating the rectangular link diagrams. A rectangular link diagram (or gridlink) is a polygonal link projection consisting of horizontal and vertical line segments lying in the integer grid, such that whenever two segments cross, the vertical segment is the overcrossing. The diagram is also required to be in standard position, in the sense that no two segments are colinear.
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