This won't make much sense unless you're a three-manifold topologist. But in case you are, Saul Schleimer and I made a census of the first 87047 transverse veering structures, together with some analysis, and two styles of pictures of the first 5699 of them. http://math.okstate.edu/people/segerman/veering.html
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