1 | initial version |

First, there are time limits on calculations on sagenb.org which you may be running into. Have you tried running it on a computer that you can run long-running calculations on?

Second, I simplified your code quite a bit. I use the actual automorphism group as an item in the tuple, since apparently the calls to gap may be part of the problem, from the discussion above:

```
import collections
lglist=collections.Counter()
lglist.clear()
for k in range(4,15):
for g in graphs.nauty_geng(str(k) + "-C -d3 -D3"):
if g.vertex_connectivity()>=3:
lglist[(k, g.vertex_connectivity(), g.automorphism_group())]+=1
for item in lglist.items():
print item
```

2 | No.2 Revision |

First, there are time limits on calculations on sagenb.org which you may be running into. Have you tried running it on a computer that you can run long-running calculations on?

Second, I simplified your code quite a bit. I use the actual automorphism group as an item in the tuple, since apparently the calls to gap may be part of the problem, from the discussion above:

```
import collections
lglist=collections.Counter()
lglist.clear()
for k in range(4,15):
for g in graphs.nauty_geng(str(k) + "-C -d3 -D3"):
if g.vertex_connectivity()>=3:
lglist[(k, g.vertex_connectivity(), g.automorphism_group())]+=1
```~~for item in lglist.items():
print item
~~html.table(lglist.items())

3 | No.3 Revision |

First, there are time limits on calculations on sagenb.org which you may be running into. Have you tried running it on a computer that you can run long-running calculations on?

Second, I simplified your code quite a bit. I use the actual automorphism group as an item in the tuple, since apparently the calls to gap may be part of the problem, from the discussion above:

```
import collections
lglist=collections.Counter()
lglist.clear()
for k in range(4,15):
for g in graphs.nauty_geng(str(k) + "-C -d3 -D3"):
if g.vertex_connectivity()>=3:
lglist[(k, g.vertex_connectivity(), g.automorphism_group())]+=1
```~~html.table(lglist.items())
~~for k,v in lglist.items():
print v,k

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