20171110, 16:19  #1 
(loop (#_fork))
Feb 2006
Cambridge, England
1100100101100_{2} 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'

20171110, 16:30  #2 
Apr 2013
Germany
2^{3}·3·13 Posts 
I noticed that too but only for sequences that do not reach a size of 100.

20171110, 17:21  #3 
"Daniel Jackson"
May 2011
14285714285714285714
677 Posts 
If that's the case, why is the graph for sequence Bra'tac_{94} (which reaches 100 digits) broken? I'm guessing it has to reach 101 digits before it works properly.

20180323, 07:23  #4  
May 2007
Kansas; USA
3^{3}·17·23 Posts 
Quote:
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. 

20180323, 11:54  #5 
Nov 2012
48_{16} Posts 
It passed 105 digits. No change in the graph labels.

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