You can also go here http://lunarplanner.com/ArgoNavisPublications/StarChartPersonal/STInstruction.html
to get a better understanding of how the East Point (EQ ASC) and Vertex are derived.
Most astro programs will give you the Lunar Nodes, Vertex and Equatorial Ascendant (EP).
You can also get free sidereal charts on astro.com with asteroids and dwarf planets of your choice.
They only offer the Fagan/Bradley Ayanamsa, so after you print your chart, be sure to adjust the chart longitudes to the Galactic Ayanamsa, which the Star Catalog uses; e.g. subtract 0°14' from the Fagan/Bradley longitudes to get Galactic Ayanamsa longitudes.
Also select the "True Nodes" option.
Go here - http://www.astro.com/horoscopes
Then Click on the "Extended Chart Selection" link under the "Horoscope Chart Drawings" section.
Below are the numbers for the basic dwarf planets and Centaurs:
You can get others on their site if you wish.Haumea 136108