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Old 2021-06-11, 07:47   #1156
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Would it be possible to add status indicators to the sequence cells showing how the sequence has changed since the last time the page was updated? Specifically, I propose showing how many terms the sequence has advanced, any changes in the term size (cofactor size changes can be ignored), and an icon (such as a check for prime and a cycle for cycle) if the sequence has terminated or merged since the last update (only for the update where the termination/merge is first displayed). I don't know how hard that would be for Karsten to implement, or whether the icon idea (specifically the cycle and merge ones; check marks are in most regular fonts) would require using emojis and/or web fonts or if it could be done with more basic Unicode and fonts.

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Old 2021-06-11, 09:32   #1157
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Sure it's possible, but I'm against such changes for now. Why?

The first page by Jean-Luc in 2018 he has updated by hand and was not very human readable, because of very long scrolling.
So I showed him a better design and the automation of downloading and creating such a page which I had done with my Aliquot pages (and shown here) before the 'blue pages" were created.
Although the most of this new page is done automatically, there's still some work only doable by hand like reservations, merges or new sequences.
Such new options to show the changes since last update of any table would growth the code and handling again.
Keep in mind: We should keep such handling as easy as can be for Jean-Luc.
So please: let us use the current layout for a decent time, Jean-Luc can collect suggestions for further enhancements meanwhile.
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Old 2021-06-11, 13:42   #1158
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Base 578 table has turned fully green.
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Old 2021-06-11, 17:27   #1159
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I finished it off. I see there are still outstanding exponents from base 62 I did not consider. That is why base 74 is slow going, along with part-time work on another project.

OK, thank you very much.
I will add your name as the contributor who completed the 62^80 sequence in the next update.
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Old 2021-06-11, 17:29   #1160
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There were two unlisted merges for base 39 that I forgot to report:
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39^4:i67 merges with 3876:i5
39^40:i1167 merges with 42024:i5

OK, thank you very much.
I will add these two mergers for base 39 in the next update.
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Old 2021-06-11, 17:59   #1161
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I updated the conjectures page to add some of the more trivial proofs. Specifically, I added proofs for index 1 conjectures for bases 2, 3, and 5, which all use algebraic factors. You could probably use that template and FactorDB to fill in the rest of the index 1 conjecture proofs for the remaining prime bases (the composite ones will be harder).

Thank you very much Alexander for all this work !
The new page is online and replaces the previous one.
During the summer, I will have time to complete this page with the demonstrations for the bases that are prime numbers.
Unfortunately, for the composite bases, I won't be able to do it !
I don't know if someone will find something by then ?
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Old 2021-06-11, 18:01   #1162
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Base 578 table has turned fully green.

OK, thank you very much, these results will be reported in the next update.
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Old 2021-06-11, 18:32   #1163
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Such new options to show the changes since last update of any table would growth the code and handling again.
Keep in mind: We should keep such handling as easy as can be for Jean-Luc.
Honestly, I totally agree with Karsten's remarks.
I have very little time.
And I prefer to use that time to analyze the data to try to formulate new conjectures, rather than using it to make ever longer and more complex updates to the project page.
I know that the readability of the page is fundamental.
But the current page is already excellent for my taste, and allows me to do all the work I want to do.
Moreover, I would also like to spend time on other aspects concerning the aliquot sequences.
And I have to admit that since one year, I almost only work on this project which is certainly exciting.
But I also noticed some curious anomalies for example on the coefficients that I study on this page (sorry, it's in French) : http://www.aliquotes.com/vitesse_croissance.pdf
And I would like to continue working on this as well, because I have had three programs running on my computer for several years now and I will have to analyze this data.
Plus the fundamental database (regina_file) plus several other ongoing projects.


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So please: let us use the current layout for a decent time, Jean-Luc can collect suggestions for further enhancements meanwhile.
This is exactly what I said in a post a few days ago...
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Old 2021-06-13, 07:29   #1164
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Base 40 is ready for inclusion. The trivial sequences are done to 130 digits, and I'm continuing above that as far as my 120-digit cofactor limit will allow. The non-trivial sequences up to i=61 have been taken to 100 digits.
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Old 2021-06-13, 15:44   #1165
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Base 40 is ready for inclusion. The trivial sequences are done to 130 digits, and I'm continuing above that as far as my 120-digit cofactor limit will allow. The non-trivial sequences up to i=61 have been taken to 100 digits.

OK, Many thanks.
I will add the base 40 in the next update.
We will then have started all the bases in an exhaustive way up to 43 included !

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Old 2021-06-16, 03:54   #1166
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I finished base 24's trivial sequences up to i=96, leaving only the two largest trivial sequences in our range, which have also been ECMed. I am releasing all orange sequences for this base, which is currently up to 24^45.
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