[seqfan] Re: Google's Indexing of OEIS

jp allouche jean-paul.allouche at imj-prg.fr
Wed Mar 28 18:26:03 CEST 2018


Furthermore, the "popularity" of a site (as seen by google) is measured
by the weigthed number of sites pointing to it (the weights being
essentially the popularity of these sites themselves and recursively...).
Having tried another narcissistic experiment I did succeed myself :-)
Also note that your browser might remember your requests and
the sites you visited: so if you ask several times "myname oeis"
and click on the (possible) links that you obtain, they will appear
earlier at your next request :-)

best wishes

Le 28/03/2018 à 16:05, Simon Plouffe a écrit :
> Hello,
>   Google is indexing all the sequences of the OEIS,
> but as the number of sequences increased this is less
> and less true , just type Annnnnn in google and
> it does shows the link directly, but not for all the
> numbers.
>   Of course, for most of the first 100000 or 200000
> it does work in general BUT as the web increases in
> size so are the numbers others than of the OEIS are
> referenced.
> Apparently, the google index covers from A000001
> to A199999, if you type A222222 it does point to
> the sequence but not A201451, and most of the
> time Annnnnn when n is big : less and less true.
> , meaning it will not point to the OEIS.
>   I do not think that the OEIS failed anything.
> Best regards,
>   Simon Plouffe
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