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Old 2015-09-05, 09:56   #1
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I have been capturing the nfs@home progress report every eight hours for a while, and spent this morning fiddling with perl and gnuplot to get the graphs below. I think these might be more useful from a mathematical standpoint than the how-many-units graphs that come out of the BOINC infrastructure.
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These are interesting.
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