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 2017-11-10, 16:19 #1 fivemack (loop (#_fork))     Feb 2006 Cambridge, England 23·797 Posts Graphs broken for aliquot sequences on factordb It looks as if the value and the format string got muddled up, and so the X axis labels all read '0f'
 2017-11-10, 16:30 #2 ChristianB   Apr 2013 Germany 3·103 Posts I noticed that too but only for sequences that do not reach a size of 100.
 2017-11-10, 17:21 #3 Stargate38     "Daniel Jackson" May 2011 14285714285714285714 23·7·11 Posts If that's the case, why is the graph for sequence Bra'tac94 (which reaches 100 digits) broken? I'm guessing it has to reach 101 digits before it works properly.
2018-03-23, 07:23   #4
gd_barnes

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Quote:
 Originally Posted by Stargate38 If that's the case, why is the graph for sequence Bra'tac94 (which reaches 100 digits) broken? I'm guessing it has to reach 101 digits before it works properly.
I have seen a number of big graphs between 100 and 105 digits with this problem. All of the small graphs seem OK.

What is the significance of sequence 7980424322874?

I added ~90 iterations to this sequence while running it up to 104 digits. It did not fix the big graph. I did drop the 2*3 driver so it's just moving up and down between 103 and 104 digits now with a 2^n guide and no 3. I'm not willing to fiddle with it anymore. Perhaps someone wants to take it further. A downdriver might be around the corner. :-)

My guess is that it would have to hit 105 digits to fix the big graph since that would add an additional "line" to the graph.

 2018-03-23, 11:54 #5 Wick   Nov 2012 23×32 Posts It passed 105 digits. No change in the graph labels.

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