# [seqfan] Re: anyone tried Superseeker lately?

L. Edson Jeffery lejeffery2 at gmail.com
Sat Jun 21 01:22:18 CEST 2014

Wouter, it took a couple of minutes, but I got the following response:

Report on [ 1,2,4,10,42,184,1066,6697,50066]:

Many tests are carried out, but only potentially useful information (if
any) is reported here.

Content is available under

Even though there are a large number of sequences in the OEIS, at least one
of yours is not there! If it is of general interest, please submit it using
the submission form http://oeis.org/Submit.html and it will (probably) be

SUGGESTION: LISTTOALGEQ FOUND ONE OR MORE ALGEBRAIC
EQUATIONS SATISFIED BY THE GEN. FN.
WARNING: THESE MAY BE ONLY APPROXIMATIONS!
Equation(s) and type(s) are:

2         3       4
[16 - 32 a(n) + 24 a(n)  - 8 a(n)  + a(n) , lgdegf]

Types of generating functions that may have been mentioned above:

ogf     =       ordinary generating function
egf     =       exponential generating function
revogf  =       reversion of ordinary generating function
revegf  =       reversion of exponential generating function
lgdogf  =       logarithmic derivative of ordinary generating function
lgdegf  =       logarithmic derivative of exponential generating function

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