From Sebastian Vizcay's work, Juan Pablo Verdejo took the results from the Monte Carlo simulation to visualize them.

Here is a video where the results can be watched.

The results use colored arrows to represent the magnetization vector. To assign a certain color to certain arrow, the premise is that an external magnetic field is being applied toward an axis. Therefore, initially all vectors will have the same magnitude, sense and direction. In that moment, the magnitude is maximal.

Then, if the component is 0 then the color will be green; if the magnitude is maximal in the opposite sense of the initial vectors, the color will be blue, and if the magnitude is maximal in the same sense of the initial vectors, the color will be red.