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Old 2012-11-28, 08:17   #100
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Seq. 622560 is missing
After your page is online again, please check this.

The current json-file also contains no merge with this seq of the FactorDB (current last line with 2^3 * 3 * 5 * C117).
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Old 2012-11-28, 08:38   #101
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Call me old-fashioned, but I still have 9225.
I have 9224, factually. There was one artifact (a sequence that immediately goes down, i.e. obviously not a sequence to be followed). It was 853588.
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Old 2012-11-28, 09:35   #102
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853588:i8 merges with 25396:i989
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Old 2012-11-28, 10:02   #103
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After your page is online again, please check this.

The current json-file also contains no merge with this seq of the FactorDB (current last line with 2^3 * 3 * 5 * C117).
On the 15th at 1937 UTC, somehow the script wasn't getting the proper/full page for 622560; not all the factors were there (specifically, the reported factors were about 20 digits short of the reported size); after 4 retries over the course of 30 seconds, it didn't get the proper factors, so skipped it, recorded a big fat warning in my log file and continued on. I simply had stopped during checking the log file, since such an error hadn't occurred in months. Sometime soon I'll have it email me when such an error happens.

It should be back in the list now.
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Old 2013-01-13, 18:45   #104
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Site's going down today for a few hours. Should be back by midnight UTC at the absolute latest.
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Old 2013-02-23, 08:29   #105
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@Dubslow:

It seems that "Sequence 747720 is wrong in the DB, but is worked around by the script to show correct data" is not anymore [title]The tru7h, the whole tru7h, and nothing but the tru7h.[/title]

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Old 2013-02-26, 20:06   #106
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@Dubslow:

It seems that "Sequence 747720 is wrong in the DB, but is worked around by the script to show correct data" is not anymore [title]The tru7h, the whole tru7h, and nothing but the tru7h.[/title]
Yeah yeah yeah

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BTW, Dub, can you split the "factors" column into "known factors" and "cofactor"? This would be very simple to do, and some of us can then filter by reservation name, sort by cofactor and do the smaller on first, somehow speeding the things up. Since mfaktc 0.20 lets my CPU free, I am starting to get strange ideas...
Alright, I was bored this afternoon so I got off my butt and did it. It seems to be working okay, except for one aesthetic issue: should the "C<size>" still appear in the 'factors' column, or should I get rid of those?

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Since matplotlib has been ported to Python 3 (and I've even used it a bit for class), I'm running out of excuses to not make graphs of the stats... except perhaps I should look into creating a MySQL database for it
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Old 2013-02-27, 05:37   #107
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Thank you sir!

It looks perfect for me.
If you decide to remove the Cxxx from the factor column, then you have to add "C" in front of the cofactor size, otherwise it will be unclear without any C appearing, and that may introduce problems for sorting (alphabetically, C101 come before C98), therefore I think it is better to let it like it is. It is a bit redundant, as the size of the cofactor appears two times, but it is more clear, easy to sort.

I just found pressing 3 keys (input "lau" in the filter box) and two clicks that my smallest cofactor is 111 digits, and I am going to work it right away
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Old 2013-03-24, 10:56   #108
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Indeed.

If Jatheski hadn't been looking, I'm reasonably confident that I would have detected it within a week -- I have a script that checks my page daily for merges. (I'll leave this merge in my page for now as a test of my confidence. )
Dubslow, I just checked your (very useful but terribly blue) webpage and it appears the merge was not yet detected.
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Old 2013-03-24, 12:05   #109
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Dubslow, I just checked your (very useful but terribly blue) webpage and it appears the merge was not yet detected.


The merge was detected on the 15th local time (0047 16-03-13 UTC, 9 hours to the minute after your original post) but I forgot to import the email() function I use, causing an error (and no email), and I didn't bother to check the log until just now.


(As before, if anyone suggests a specific alternate color scheme I will immediately change it to that.)

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Old 2013-03-24, 16:09   #110
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The merge was detected on the 15th local time (0047 16-03-13 UTC, 9 hours to the minute after your original post) but I forgot to import the email() function I use, causing an error (and no email), and I didn't bother to check the log until just now.
Now, there are 9216 sequences

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(As before, if anyone suggests a specific alternate color scheme I will immediately change it to that.)
It's was a joke
I really like orange...
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