fig3.csv give the wavelength and polarizability for the ^3D_1 and ^3P_0 levels, respectively
fig4ab.csv gives the laser detuning, the transmission, and the mode occupation for the magnetic dipole mode shown in Fig. 4 (a) and Fig. 4 (b). fig4cd.csv gives the same data for the electric quadrupole mode shown in Fig. 4 (c) and Fig. 4 (d).
fig5a.csv gives the detuning, the shift of the m=1 level, the m=0 level and the m=-1 level as shown in Fig. 5 (a) for linearly polarized light. fig5b.csv gives the same data for circularly polarized light, as shown in Fig. 5 (b).
fig6.csv gives the laser detuning, the absolute value |\vec{E}|/|\mathcal{E}|, and the phase arg(\vec{E}) as shown in Fig. 6.
fig7_r.csv and fig7_i.csv give the real and imaginary part, respectively, of the transmitted field E_y/|mathcal{E}| .The data is provided as a 2D grid with control laser intensity ranging from 0.9*I_0 to 1.05*I_0 in 51 equally spaced steps, and phase ranging from 0 to pi in 51 equally spaced steps.
fig8.csv: Gives the 2D array of complex transmitted field values with x varying from -40/(2*pi) to 100/(2*pi) in steps of 0.4/(2*pi) and z varying from -70/(2*pi) to 70/(2*pi) in steps of 0.4/(2*pi)
fig9_I.csv, fig9_Q.csv, fig9_U.csv, and fig9_V.csv give the intensity and the Stokes paramaters Q, U, and V, respectively. The data is given as a 2D array with y and z both varying from -55/(2\pi) to 55/(2\pi) in steps of 1/(2\pi).