This page contains source code, data files, and a wealth of computational detail verifying the computational claims made in Section 6 of:

*Increasing the number of fibered faces of arithmetic
hyperbolic 3-manifolds*, by Nathan Dunfield and Dinakar
Ramakrishnan.

- Magma code for computing the Alexander polynomial of a given finitely presented group.
- Code implementing the "quick and dirty" method for computing the Thurston norm and checking if a 3-manifold fibers, as described in Sections 6.7 and 6.11 of the paper.

A more complete description of the software is in the README file. The programs here rely on a number of other programs: Magma, SAGE, SnapPeaPython, and t3m.

Here is software itself: fibered-faces.tar.gz