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Madpoo 2015-09-25 05:29

[QUOTE=LaurV;411221]One more reasons to love Firefox. We used to go endless roundabouts to avoid clicking on popping stuff like (when you click the red x) "this page asks you to confirm that you want to close it"...[/QUOTE]

That used to drive me nuts, but at the time I was using IE most of the time (corporate websites depended on it, bleagh).

Now I've been using the latest versions of Chrome for years and I don't know if it's just me, or the fact that I run the AdBlocker Plus plugin, but I haven't seen one of those annoying "you can't close me!" things in years. Good riddance.

I used to resort to killing the "iexplore.exe" process entirely... sometimes that was the only "safe" way to handle it without winding up in a click-hell cycle.

James Heinrich 2015-10-03 17:54

[url=http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf]TF visualization[/url] graph now supports [url=http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/7/2/0]delta graphs[/url] (change between two dates).

Also I added some controls so you can play manipulate the graph in pseudo-3D (in my experience it's smooth on Chrome and choppy in Firefox, and I don't care if it works in IE or not :smile:)

chalsall 2015-10-03 18:06

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;411909][url=http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf]TF visualization[/url] graph now supports [url=http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/7/2/0]delta graphs[/url] (change between two dates).[/QUOTE]

Super cool James!!! :smile:

Any progress on the P-1 / LL / DC deltas? We're flying a little blind at the moment...

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;411909]...and I don't care if it works in IE or not :smile:)[/QUOTE]

Does anyone still use Internet Exploder?

chalsall 2015-10-03 18:34

[QUOTE=chalsall;411913]Super cool James!!! :smile:[/QUOTE]

Just looking at this a little deeper... Examining the [URL="http://www.mersenne.ca/status/tf/0/7/3/4000"]delta graph for the 40M to 50M range over the last week[/URL], for example, we clearly see the huge dumps by Anonymous.

Two points...

First, the right hand key column on the graph shows TF levels between 70 bits and 78, and yet there were no deltas beyond 73 bits in this range. This appears also in the main graph, where half the graph is transparent.

Secondly, is amCharts able to show stacked 3D bar charts? It might be cool to show where factors were found, so the visual columns are aligned.

Please don't take this the wrong way; I am very appreciative of what you've done here. And, everyone is a critic, few are artists.... :smile:

James Heinrich 2015-10-03 18:53

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[QUOTE=chalsall;411913]Any progress on the P-1 / LL / DC deltas? We're flying a little blind at the moment...[/QUOTE]Not currently. I need to pull in that data from somewhere. It's on my to-think-about list. I just spent the week moving (again) so my house is a pile of boxes right now...

[QUOTE=chalsall;411913]Does anyone still use Internet Exploder?[/QUOTE]Apparently ~8% of site visitors, for whatever that's worth. That number supposedly excludes spiders and bots, but who knows.

[QUOTE=chalsall;411914]First, the right hand key column on the graph shows TF levels between 70 bits and 78, and yet there were no deltas beyond 73 bits in this range.[/QUOTE]I had to suppress some scaling code for delta graphs where I ran into divide-by-zero errors. I didn't have time to examine the problem so I hid it :blush: I'll have to go back and fix it properly sometime.

[QUOTE=chalsall;411914]Secondly, is amCharts able to show stacked 3D bar charts? It might be cool to show where factors were found, so the visual columns are aligned.[/QUOTE]I [url=http://www.amcharts.com/demos/]think so[/url], but perhaps you could give me a more explicit example of what you're thinking of in this case.

chalsall 2015-10-03 19:11

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;411915]I just spent the week moving (again) so my house is a pile of boxes right now...[/QUOTE]

Been there, done that. Sucks big time.

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;411915]I had to suppress some scaling code for delta graphs where I ran into divide-by-zero errors. I didn't have time to examine the problem so I hid it :blush: I'll have to go back and fix it properly sometime.[/QUOTE]

Yeah. Most languages don't handle division by zero well. You have to introduce a special case conditional to avoid an exception.

James Heinrich 2015-10-03 19:17

[QUOTE=chalsall;411917]Most languages don't handle division by zero well.[/QUOTE]Obviously it's not supposed to be dividing by zero. :smile:
My code logic was predicated on a single-day data set, I kinda just shoved the delta data into it and hoped it worked, and it mostly did. I need to poke around some more when I have some more time and see what it's trying to do and fix it properly.

chalsall 2015-10-03 22:38

[QUOTE=James Heinrich;411918]Obviously it's not supposed to be dividing by zero. :smile:[/QUOTE]

There can be cases where dividing by zero is valid.

This simply results in infinity.

science_man_88 2015-10-03 22:44

[QUOTE=chalsall;411930]There can be cases where dividing by zero is valid.

This simply results in infinity.[/QUOTE]

this depends on direction see:

[YOUTUBE]BRRolKTlF6Q[/YOUTUBE]

chalsall 2015-10-03 22:55

[QUOTE=science_man_88;411931]this depends on direction see:[/QUOTE]

In my opinion, only an idiot would link to a YT video to enter an argument.

science_man_88 2015-10-03 22:57

[QUOTE=chalsall;411932]In my opinion, only an idiot would link to a YT video to enter an argument.[/QUOTE]

sorry I thought I was the village idiot for some reason


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