20200815, 08:17  #419 
Oct 2011
101101111_{2} Posts 
@ yoyo :
Thanks a lot ! Just out of curiosity, are the calculations done by BOINC's yafu project ? @ EdH : OK. So I'm going to focus using my tables on the case of the odd numbers you mention in post #364. 
20200815, 08:21  #420 
Oct 2011
101101111_{2} Posts 
I don't remember being so hesitant in my work on aliquot sequences. I've been running my analysis algorithms for over a week now. Then finally, I decided several times to modify them to make the results more accessible or to make other phenomena appear.
And I observe a lot of conjectures. I observe so many that it is difficult to see which ones are the most interesting. I don't even know how to present all this to you clearly. I am preparing a huge post with a selection of some of the most representative conjectures. But I still need more time. My dream is to find a general conjecture, which was my original goal. For example, I dream of being able to relate occurrences of prime numbers for bases p and q (prime p and q) to occurrences of prime numbers for the base p*q. 
20200815, 08:24  #421 
Oct 2006
Berlin, Germany
3×197 Posts 

20200815, 10:00  #422 
Oct 2011
367 Posts 

20200815, 11:53  #423 
Sep 2008
Kansas
6143_{8} Posts 
I'm thinking if you can keep the first few terms locally then add the sequence to FDB once it drops below 200 digits. That requires a few extra steps but you could continue your analysis a bit further.

20200815, 20:54  #424 
Oct 2006
Berlin, Germany
3·197 Posts 

20200816, 09:30  #425  
Oct 2011
367 Posts 
Quote:
I just reread post #379 : OK, a is not an even number ! I misunderstood ! I'm sorry ! The conjecture seems to be true but a must be prime. But I don't know how to prove it ! 

20200816, 09:34  #426 
Oct 2011
367 Posts 

20200816, 11:41  #427 
Oct 2006
Berlin, Germany
24F_{16} Posts 
Ok, you can put YOY on it.

20200816, 12:16  #428 
Sep 2008
Kansas
3×7×151 Posts 
You can remove my name from the colored cells (orange/green) in the n=30 table. I am done with them, so please release.

20200817, 13:01  #429 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
11×37 Posts 
I do not deserve any credit for any of the green n=21 sequences, as I did no work on those. I don't know if you (JeanLuc) did them or if they were done directly on FactorDB, but those shouldn't be attributed to me.

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