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Old 2021-09-23, 18:19   #67
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I did the matrix building to see how many uniques were required, but yes, it's faster to just do that once and otherwise only use remdups. So I'll do just that? Or is there some merit in using msieve instead of remdups?

Would it be helpful to sieve at q > 108M? A range of 1M takes slightly more than 3 hours, so a few M can quickly be added overnight.
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Old 2021-09-23, 18:24   #68
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I don't think we can answer that until we see the data from 15 vs 12 vs 10. I'm expecting 50-60% duplicates in 12-15, and worse in 10-12.

If you do wish to take more data, I think Q=8-10M would tell us more about the optimal starting Q than 108+. Let's see what we learn with the data you have, first.
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