Back in January 2019 I released the Hodge diamond cutter, a convenient collection of Hodge diamonds of smooth projective varieties and methods to manipulate them. It's been extended since, and any suggestions for things to implement are still very welcome!

In the post-seminar conversation after a Zoom talk I gave in Hannover, someone brought up this software into the discussion, and Klaus Hulek suggested I'd get a DOI for it so that people can cite it accordingly. I have now done this, see DOI for more information.