20120130, 20:38  #78  
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Last fiddled with by science_man_88 on 20120130 at 20:42 

20120130, 21:04  #79 
"Daniel Jackson"
May 2011
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Try using LZMA or PPMD.

20120130, 21:21  #80 
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okay going with 10000 files I get 2.54 and 2.31 MB respectively. here's one from about 970 files.
Last fiddled with by science_man_88 on 20120130 at 21:24 
20120130, 21:54  #81  
Mar 2006
Germany
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Did you by chance have a look at those files? Did you load some of them into dotty.exe (from Graphviz)? All those 970 files loaded into Graphviz will only show the title like "Family for seq=107, 0 sequences < 1000000 listed", nothing else. Those all seqs = primes will lead by definition into that prime, so why should someone will have a graph from it? 

20120130, 22:03  #82  
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Last fiddled with by science_man_88 on 20120130 at 22:18 

20120130, 22:20  #83  
Mar 2006
Germany
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That's why I put those examples in it! 

20120130, 23:17  #84  
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Jul 2009
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forprime(x=1,100000,write("C:\\Users\\<USER>\\Documents\\try.txt","c \n p "x)) as a code that I can use the resulting file to copy and paste a lot of work at once ( problem I forgot is removing the spaces that start some lines the solution is 2 find and replaces away). I still have to do the r line on start up though. made sure at least on file in the group was looking good this time. Last fiddled with by science_man_88 on 20120130 at 23:46 

20120201, 17:36  #85 
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okay has it been checked for accuracy ? and if so should we start with taking out ranges ? or have I been thrown out of the loop ?

20120408, 13:37  #86 
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http://www.graphviz.org/webdot/graphquest.html seems a nice representation as well, could have 1 in the center and all the primes around it followed by the next level back.

20150617, 00:15  #87 
"Alexander"
Nov 2008
The Alamo City
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A bunch of graphs
I've been working on compiling a database of these DOT graphs, and I've posted my results to a GitHub repo. These graphs, generated using kar_bon's Lua script, include, for sequences remaining under 1 million, terminations at all primes, perfect numbers, and amicable pairs below 10,000, as well as merges with all open sequences starting below 10,000. For all composite numbers up to 10,000 (8,770, to be exact), only 594 have aliquot sequences not yet accounted for in these graphs. Overall, at least half of all numbers under 1 million have accountedfor sequences. I have made these graphs available under a CC0 license, so feel free to use them however you wish.

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