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Shinjuku[note 1] is a database of glider syntheses started by Jeremy Tan on April 10, 2019, as well as a collection of related Python scripts powered by lifelib. It uses a custom format to encode each step of an incremental synthesis, containing the starting apgcode, the locations of the gliders, and the apgcode of the resulting object.
- ↑ Named after Shinjuku Station, a train station in Tokyo and the busiest in the world.