Digit Maps of large bases. (Originally: Base 5040)
Write a request: I am not sure what the max is, but we might say that it could be not much higher than 55440.
This is the standard palette: d = divisor, u = the number 1, g = semidivisor, ha = alpha-semitotative, hb = alpha-omega-semitotative, ho = omega-semitotative, hh = "opaque" semitotative, taa = alpha totative, tbb = 2 in odd base, too = omega totative, tpp = long prime, tp = semimaximal prime, t = totative.
Note that I have no plans to rebuild the tour again here, not where it is susceptible to rescrambling. It will get its own website. I am sorry I don't do this full time and that I get interrupted with paying work often enough to continue to eat! ( ; ) ). There is progress and thousands of lines of code have been written, but I am pretty distractable.
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This forum examines bases larger than or equal to sixty / five dozen / pentanunqual
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The old Tour is gone, but I can make maps of very large bases by only showing pixels per digit. This map runs 72 pixels by 70 to show the digits of base 5040.
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