Here is the second part of our table of knots. In fact, it only lists the prime knots up to those with 9 crossings and also does not distinguish between the knots and their mirror images. However it does give an idea of the complexity of the problem!
There are 44 more prime knots with 9 crossings, not distinguishing between a knot and its mirror image!
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