20210428, 08:03  #1090 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
2·401 Posts 
Do you have any update on the stat page revamp? I asked back in early March about that page and the conjecture page, but your answer really only covered the conjecture page.

20210429, 15:32  #1091 
"Garambois JeanLuc"
Oct 2011
France
2×13×31 Posts 
I have no news since the same time.
I guess Karsten Bonath is working on it. I also assume that it takes a lot of time, and we all have the same problem with the lack of time. I think we'll hear from him if he succeeds in automating the making of the new page we talked about, but also if he doesn't succeed. As for me, I am unable to do this work. 
20210501, 23:23  #1092 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
12237_{8} Posts 
13^74 and 13^76 are updated. I got one of them over 160 digits; you may unreserve that one, as I do not expect to extend it further.
13^78 caught the downdriver, so it's not yet to 120 digits (I've added 800+ terms, haven't uploaded them yet). Once I get 13^78 orange, I'll be working to get each power of 13 to 150 digits. If you decide to update the info web page, might I request a new color for sequences that reach 140 digits, the way orange signifies 120? Say, light pink? 
20210502, 15:16  #1093 
"Garambois JeanLuc"
Oct 2011
France
326_{16} Posts 
OK, many thanks VBCurtis for your help.
All these calculations will be taken into account in the next update. And as for the pink color of the cells for the sequences which have exceeded 140 digits, why not ? I don't know if the other participants in this project have an opinion on this question ? To put the cell in pink, should we choose a limit of 140 digits or another ? 
20210506, 07:39  #1094  
Mar 2006
Germany
101110001000_{2} Posts 
Quote:
The next 2 weeks I'm on holiday and got more time then. PS: Sequences > 140 digits in pink (colour #FFC0CB) Should there also be a statistics for them like the example? Last fiddled with by kar_bon on 20210506 at 07:50 

20210507, 17:28  #1095  
"Garambois JeanLuc"
Oct 2011
France
2×13×31 Posts 
Quote:
I think many of us are looking forward to the new page that will allow us to visualize the data in a much more efficient way. This is how ideas come about. Quote:
But let's wait for the answer from VBCurtis who made this request, his opinion may be different. This weekend, or over the next week, I will try to add the pink color to the current tables. So we'll see what it looks like ! 

20210507, 20:56  #1096 
"Curtis"
Feb 2005
Riverside, CA
5,279 Posts 
I agree that "open end" does not need subcategories.
Thank you for putting pink in; I'll now proceed to turn all the orange sequences in base 13 pink. 13^78 can be updated in this weekend's cycle, as it has reached 130 digits. It'll be 140 (or a downdriver) next week. 
20210507, 23:21  #1097 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
1100100010_{2} Posts 
The current page has the number of 120+ digit open sequences in parentheses in the perbase stats, but I see they've been removed in the new version, so given that I agree with JeanLuc on omitting the 140+ digit ones from the stats table too.
Unrelated, I am releasing 24^30 through 24^40. Last fiddled with by Happy5214 on 20210507 at 23:23 
20210509, 16:12  #1098 
"Garambois JeanLuc"
Oct 2011
France
326_{16} Posts 
OK, page updated.
Thanks to all for your help ! Many cells are now pink ! Please give me your opinion on this change, if you have one... Thanks to Karsten Bonath. 
20210512, 02:56  #1099 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
2×401 Posts 
There's not much contrast between the chosen pink shade and the overall background. According to my accessibility web developer tools. the ratio is only 1.08:1, and I was struggling to find the cells with under 120 digits (which use the default background) among all of the pink cells.
Last fiddled with by Happy5214 on 20210512 at 02:56 
20210512, 04:33  #1100 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
2×401 Posts 
Also, 34^25 terminates at prime 601.

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