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Old 2018-04-02, 22:43   #12
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You are quite right about the sequence I was looking at. I am very impressed that you made this inference from the few examples I provided. I was aware of the relationship between the sequences involving the various Mersenne primes.

I was checking in the database before factoring with YAFU. The fact remains that I would more readily have become aware of the existing work if all the calls I made to the API had come back FF, as they should have.

By the way, I have now continued the aliquot sequence of 2^12*(2^13-1)*3 up to term 873.
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Old 2018-04-03, 00:14   #13
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I am now up to term 877 of the aliquot sequence of 2^12*(2^13-1)*3:-

Code:
877  ['2^12', '8191', '263', '1361', '1862869', '48393427601', '1204991466230831734456681173812083', '204037175978955053804689313981051', '1422106685072181094402054496383794105209']
How do I upload these results to factordb, please?
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Old 2018-04-03, 00:30   #14
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I am now up to term 877 of the aliquot sequence of 2^12*(2^13-1)*3:-

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877  ['2^12', '8191', '263', '1361', '1862869', '48393427601', '1204991466230831734456681173812083', '204037175978955053804689313981051', '1422106685072181094402054496383794105209']
How do I upload these results to factordb, please?
You can do so programmatically by sending a request to http://factordb.com/report.php, e.g. with wget: https://github.com/ChristianBeer/ali...iqueit.cc#L959 or similar equivalent in Python.

If you format the lines like this:

Code:
30709053327793846479262011922043035332182892197212897495265091799173242928103623906872456410585582181646452028 = 2^2 * 3 * 251 * 3199577 * 7975637 * 1676443586342422756586051 * 884569733837982438707630744073761 * 269421652859394156112463829741634121
Then you can submit many lines in the same request.

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Old 2018-04-03, 08:05   #15
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OK, I have reported the factorizations for terms 863 to 877 of the aliquot sequence 2^12*(2^13-1)*3, and that sequence has been updated accordingly in the database.
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Old 2018-04-04, 02:29   #16
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I have reported the factorizations for terms 878 to 901 of the aliquot sequence 2^12*(2^13-1)*3, and that sequence has been updated accordingly in the database.
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Old 2018-12-02, 13:01   #17
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After FactorDB Databese has been migrated to new server access via FactorDB python tool does not work.
Do anyone know who might be proper person to contact with for solving?


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Old 2018-12-02, 15:48   #18
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Which python tool, link?
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Old 2018-12-02, 17:20   #19
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Which python tool, link?


It's via
from factordb.factordb import FactorDB


Installed via:
py -m pip install factordb-pycli


reinstalled yesterdey.


As far as I am able to test it gives Response '404'
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Old 2018-12-03, 00:34   #20
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As far as I am able to test it gives Response '404'
Just because I'm bored at the moment, you are of course aware that 404 means the URI doesn't map to a response from the server. You might simply have the query incorrect.

Quite different than a 5xx.
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Old 2018-12-03, 14:01   #21
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Just because I'm bored at the moment, you are of course aware that 404 means the URI doesn't map to a response from the server. You might simply have the query incorrect.

Quite different than a 5xx.


First: Yo-Yo thank You, today it is working ok.


Second: chalsall - Have You Ever use this software? You better stop typing when bored.


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Old 2018-12-03, 17:03   #22
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Second: chalsall - Have You Ever use this software? You better stop typing when bored.
Humour can be such a subjective thing....
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