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smh 2010-03-21 08:35

[QUOTE=frmky;209001]600k-700k are all at >=100 digits. I've started at 900k.[/QUOTE]Are you starting at 900K and work your way up? I've been working in the 900K range for the last couple of months (all are >=92 digits) and would like to avoid duplication. ATM I'm doing shortest sequences first, but I can easily start working my way down from 1M.

frmky 2010-03-21 18:06

[QUOTE=smh;209089]Are you starting at 900K and work your way up? [/QUOTE]
I was wondering why so many were in the mid-to-high 90's. Yes, I've completed most of the 900-910K range. If you can work your way down, then we'll meet in the middle.

There are a number of sequences in this range that are wrong in the database, including 900606, 900648, 900708, 901872, 904776, 905190, 905784, and 906000.

frmky 2010-04-03 23:13

[QUOTE=smh;209089]I can easily start working my way down from 1M.[/QUOTE]

I've finished 900K-940K and am now working on 940K-950K. Should I stop there and leave the upper half for you, or would you prefer I continue until we meet?

10metreh 2010-04-04 06:56

I've moved the discussion about taking other ranges to 100 digits here because it wasn't really related to which range we should do for a new subproject (which we've already started now).

frmky 2010-04-17 05:52

900K-980K is done to 100 digits. smh, working down from 1M, is currently below 983K.

smh 2010-04-17 09:29

You can take 980K - 982K if you wish (except 980064).

I lost some resources so I'm not making much progress anymore.

frmky 2010-04-22 03:42

I've been running other projects for the past few days and just took a look at what's left. It looks as though you've made good progress. There's fewer than a dozen left, so I'll leave them to you.

Greebley 2010-05-13 15:10

Can we try once again to get the sequences not in the database to 100 digits? I know Bosma hasn't replied, but maybe if we offered to put the sequences in the database ourselves. All he would have to do is create a zip file with what he has and load up to sendspace or some such and we do the rest? If that doesn't work, try getting someone well known to ask him?

Otherwise, his work is useless for us and we might as well get the sequence up ourselves which would be a shame to waste the resources.

smh 2010-08-09 14:52

So, did anyone manage to contact Wieb Bosma?

If we can't get his data we might as well do it our selfs.

Greebley 2010-08-09 15:03

I was thinking maybe we could ask for the sequences themselves and then have us actually add them to the database. He might be willing to zip them up for us and put them on send space, or make them available for download via ftp.

Also someone with a name in the field might have better success. Not sure who would be willing to do it though.

If he doesn't have time for that, then I agree we do it ourselves.

10metreh 2010-08-09 16:52

I reckon that if Greg (frmky) is willing to redo 250k-400k on his cluster, that would be better than doing it as a forum subproject because it would allow us to get on with the 110 digits effort.

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