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Old 2020-02-09, 06:23   #122
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Default Less than 200,000 unfactored below .....

10M.

I know it's a duplicate with New Milestone but I think it belongs in both
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10M.

I know it's a duplicate with New Milestone but I think it belongs in both
Nice!
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I made this overview of the number of unfactored exponents in each range:
unfactored.html

based on the hourly primenet stats:
https://mersenne.org/primenet
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Old 2020-02-11, 02:37   #125
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I made this overview of the number of unfactored exponents in each range:
unfactored.html

based on the hourly primenet stats:
https://mersenne.org/primenet
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I made this overview of the number of unfactored exponents in each range:
unfactored.html

based on the hourly primenet stats:
https://mersenne.org/primenet
That's nice. Thank you for sharing the report!
I would just suggest that the already known primes be removed from the "unfactored" count, so it will reflect more accurately the number of remaining exponents to factor.

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Old 2020-02-12, 07:26   #127
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That's nice. Thank you for sharing the report!
I would just suggest that the already known primes be removed from the "unfactored" count, so it will reflect more accurately the number of remaining exponents to factor.
Thanks, good point, I forgot to remove the primes. Done now. The report updates 20min past the hour.
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That's lovely, thx!
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Old 2020-02-13, 05:38   #129
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It looks cute and we like the colors, but isn't that a duplication of the (more functional) visualization tool from Chris/James?
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Mine is based on GIMPS data from mersenne.org and the other one is based on mersenne.ca data. Looks like there is not 100% agreement on the numbers.




Edit: I just noticed the mersenne.ca is from 2020-02-12T23:59:00. Comparing to the report from mersenne.org on 2020-02-13 00:00 UTC, they are almost in 100% agreement, just 4 exponents off:

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		mersenne.org	mersenne.ca
0M-100M		1995436		1995437
100M-200M	2070999		2070999
200M-300M	2146896		2146899
300M-400M	2128386		2128386
400M-500M	2152672		2152672
500M-600M	2130295		2130295
600M-700M	2137174		2137174
700M-800M	2150205		2150205
800M-900M	2117670		2117670
900M-1000M	2117112		2117112

0M-1000M	21146845	21146849

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14 more ranges cleared: 32.3, 33.1, 33.8, 34.2, 34.3, 34.5, 35.2, 39.8, 39.9, 40.2, 41.3, 41.6, 41.8, 41.9,
And 2 bonus ranges (I dabble a bit in the 60M ranges too): 66.3, 66.5

154 total ranges cleared or 30.99%
15 Ranges with less than 20 to go.

1,146 more factored (21,475 total)....38.88% total factored.

Continuing to get lots of great help. THANKS

Thanks again for everyone contributing.
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Mine is based on GIMPS data from mersenne.org and the other one is based on mersenne.ca data. Looks like there is not 100% agreement on the numbers.
There are in fact some temporary discrepancies on the numbers.
For example, if you check now the mersenne.ca report it will tell you that 38 numbers were factored during the 24 hours of the 3rd of March. The Primenet page will display 337.
This type of discrepancy is rather common; the mersenne.ca count of exponents factored in the last 24 hours (better said, the day before) is sometimes lower, sometimes higher than Primenet´s.

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