[seqfan] OEIS index

john mason masonmilan at hotmail.com
Mon May 11 11:38:08 CEST 2020

(Sorry I started a new thread, but I had to change email address)

I have a proposal for making the index more readable.
Take for example the large amount if index entries related to polyominoes.
They now read something like this:

polyominoes, sets of four that are related: A000988<http://oeis.org/A000988>, A000105<http://oeis.org/A000105>, A151514<http://oeis.org/A151514>, A002013<http://oeis.org/A002013>
polyominoes, sets of four that are related: A006534<http://oeis.org/A006534>, A000577<http://oeis.org/A000577>, A151517<http://oeis.org/A151517>, A151518<http://oeis.org/A151518>
polyominoes, sets of four that are related: A006535<http://oeis.org/A006535>, A000228<http://oeis.org/A000228>, A151515<http://oeis.org/A151515>, A151516<http://oeis.org/A151516>
My proposal would be to renew them to look like:

polyominoes, sets of four that are related:
A000988<http://oeis.org/A000988.html>: Number of one-sided polyominoes with n cells.
A000105<http://oeis.org/A000105.html>: Number of free polyominoes (or square animals) with n cells.
A151514<http://oeis.org/A151514.html>: Number of 1-sided strip polyominoes with n cells.
A002013<http://oeis.org/A002013.html>: Filaments with n square cells.
polyominoes, sets of four that are related:
A006534<http://oeis.org/A006534.html>: Number of one-sided triangular polyominoes (n-iamonds) with n cells (turning over not allowed) (holes are allowed).
A000577<http://oeis.org/A000577.html>: Number of triangular polyominoes (or polyiamonds) with n cells (turning over is allowed, holes are allowed, must be connected along edges).
A151517<http://oeis.org/A151517.html>: Number of 1-sided strip polyiamonds with n cells.
A151518<http://oeis.org/A151518.html>: Number of 2-sided strip polyiamonds with n cells.
If this is thought to be a good idea, I am willing to make the changes, once I have received edit authority, but I would limit myself to the polyomino theme.
Naturally the down side is that the page gets much bigger.


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