This page lists the point set files we used in the plenary talk by Makoto Matsumoto in MCQMC2014 and paper (under review) (preprint on arXiv).
The format of these files is described in another page, and as a CSV each file has another column. Values of that column correspond to the WAFOM-value (in log2-scale).
These digital nets are found by naive search in which we generate 10000 point sets by uniform random choice of their basis and select the best and 100th best ones. For each m, each file has two rows. The former describes the best one and the latter the 100th best.