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kar_bon 2009-05-20 08:14

corrected.

is it a 'must have' of such colors/definitions? tell me your opinion.

what about this:

i cancel the different coloration for drivers/guides, but only put the 'small' factors in. if Syd can build an automated page like this, i think it would be a tricky algorithm to decide if there's a drive or guide in the sequence!

another aspect:
i got not the time to go trough all sequence to update them every day, but i can do this when changes posted in this forum.

schickel 2009-05-20 08:43

[QUOTE=kar_bon;174276]corrected.

is it a 'must have' of such colors/definitions? tell me your opinion.[/QUOTE]No, not really. It gets to be where you can tell at a glance whether it's a driver or not.[quote]what about this:

i cancel the different coloration for drivers/guides, but only put the 'small' factors in. if Syd can build an automated page like this, i think it would be a tricky algorithm to decide if there's a drive or guide in the sequence![/quote]That's pretty much what I do, just put the small factors in.[quote]another aspect:
i got not the time to go trough all sequence to update them every day, but i can do this when changes posted in this forum.[/QUOTE]There's no sense in doing it everyday, especially with things very possibly changing every day. I was updating the reservations every couple of days at the start, but since we've all settled down in to the long grind part of things, weekly is it right now, unless someone posts about a great big ole downdriver run.

kar_bon 2009-05-20 09:31

updated the page with:

- no colors for drivers/guides (easier for me too)

- inserted the "Godwin twelve": sequences between 1000 and 2000
i reserved them by C.Clavier although on his page are some others mentioned

more to come and then splitting on more pages (perhaps all from 0-100000, 100000-200000,...).
i noticed there're about 1000 sequences per 100000.

kar_bon 2009-05-22 06:42

new updates are online:

- in post #1 the link was changed (thanks Frank) because of splitting the ranges for sequences:
now the start-link ist the range 100000 <= n < 200000, the main range for this project.

- a link for 2 <= n < 100000 is available on this page to (and vice versa on the other page)

i tried to fill in some 'old' results (ended sequences) in the lower ranges.

more to come.

kar_bon 2009-05-26 21:14

news:

- made a new page for 200000 <= n < 300000 sequences (from first holes thread here)

- included all n<10000 (mostly with only short link on bottom of the page)

kar_bon 2009-06-02 11:06

just updated the 100000 < n 200000 page.

notes:

- please Frank, update the FactorDatabase for 163716 (last terms not in yet, note on page)

- 144984 now at index 7039

- highest sequence from Markus (Syd): 162126 at 153 digits!


question:
does anybody uses the link to the latest unfactored term of a sequence (on the page the column 'Size')?

if not, i can remove those links and the update will be quicker!

(the link for the sequence itself popup the main screen of it in the database, so all other links are redundant, but i think the separate link to the graph is quite useful)

Karsten

axn 2009-06-02 11:12

[QUOTE=kar_bon;175614]does anybody uses the link to the latest unfactored term of a sequence (on the page the column 'Size')?[/QUOTE]

Probably not. I mean, it adds very little value.

BTW, do you do the updates manually? Can you use some kind of HTML parsing and fetch/update the results automatically by loading the relevant pages from Syd's database?

Probably, Syd can create a HTTP/XML interface that just gives the vital statistics of a given sequence.

kar_bon 2009-06-02 11:16

[QUOTE=axn;175616]BTW, do you do the updates manually? Can you use some kind of HTML parsing and fetch/update the results automatically by loading the relevant pages from Syd's database?[/QUOTE]

i do this manually: click on the sequence and update the html with the new values.

[QUOTE]
Probably, Syd can create a HTTP/XML interface that just gives the vital statistics of a given sequence.[/QUOTE]

i hope so too!
a page created by a php script would be easiest, so 'calling' such a page would have the latest results (if they're in database!).

Greebley 2009-06-05 17:57

It appears that 4350 is missing from the summary list.

Edit: And 4380.

They are on Clavier's page

Edit: 4800, 4842. The list isn't supposed to be complete?

kar_bon 2009-06-05 19:13

oh, look at the end of the table.
i inserted some seqs from bottom (only numbers with link) but not sorted yet!

the n<100000 is not complete yet (only n<10000 all shown). just now i'm working on the [b]complete[/b] lists for 100000<n<200000 and 200000<n<300000!

kar_bon 2009-06-05 22:56

bigger update:

- 0 < n < 100000: all seqs < 10000 are included with current data from Factoring Database

- 100000 < n < 200000: [b]all[/b] seqs included (thanks Frank for the data), not yet validated with FDb, reserved seqs with latest data from FDb

- 200000 < n < 300000: [b]all[/b] seqs included (thanks Frank for the data), not yet validated with FDb, most seqs > 220000 are without sizes and no data in FDb!


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