Phys.org's 'Strange' glimpse into neutron stars and symmetry violation leads to the new Nature Physics Letter Measurement of the mass difference and the binding energy of the hypertriton and antihypertriton and that led me to Wikipeida's Hypertriton which says:
Normal nuclei are formed only of protons and neutrons. To study them, scientists arrange the various nuclides into a two-dimensional table of nuclides. On one axis is the number of neutrons N, and on the other is the number of protons Z. Because the antihyperon introduces a third component (strangeness), the table becomes three-dimensional.
However the article only shows the more familliar two-dimensional Z vs N Chart of Nuclides something like that shown below.
which leads me to ask:
Question: What would a 3D chart of nuclides actually look like (neutron and proton number and strangeness; $N$, $Z$, $S$)? Has one been made? If so, what information is entered for each entry?
Example of a more conventional 2D $Z$ vs $N$ chart:
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