[seqfan] Re: Knights-move Ulam-Warburton - nice problem

Hugo Pfoertner yae9911 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 18 08:26:29 CET 2018

the question is more general. When is it justified to add a graph that is
more or less duplicating the result of the internal graph function?
The reason to add a scatterplot with logarithmic scale of the y-axis is to
de-clutter the low value region of the graph.
Adding a zoomable linear (pdf-)version is trivial, but I hesitate to open
this can of worms.


On Tue, Dec 18, 2018 at 4:08 AM Allan Wechsler <acwacw at gmail.com> wrote:

> The graphs of the difference sequences (A319019, A322050) strongly suggest
> some kind of self-similarity under the a map that takes 1+n to 1+2n. This
> is a very vague hint as to a possible direction of work.
> Would it be possible to change the scatterplot from logarithmic to linear?
> I have a feeling the logarithmic representation is hiding a lot of
> possibly-suggestive structure near the upper rim of the graph. Also, I see
> a lot of vaguely log-n-shaped curves, which would be straight lines in a
> linear representation.

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