I've seen others but they were no more comprehensive than that. I find that if I want a hop for a reason I struggle to think of substitutes; e.g. Galaxy, nelson Saigon, riwaka, Amarillo. I'm choosing them for what they uniquely bring and would brew with different aims if hey weren't available, rather than try and substitute. I guess if you're looking for general classes of flavour e.g. 'Citrus, dank, earthy, floral' then subbing makes more sense, but you'll still have a different beer at the end of the day when choosing, say, between two 'piney' hops. Just my observations and rambling s really. I don't mean to criticise the idea or practice of subbing
I think hop substitutions are a bit of a myth. Some hops are similarish but all hops are different.