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An editor at OEIS placed a link to this question. into each OEIS entry linked-to by the question. What clean-up is suggested to make the post stand the test of time? Maybe removal of the Mathematica c …
asked Jul 19 '14 by Fred Kline
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I posted this question which was placed on hold. The only person who has even a hint of interest in this type of question is https://math.stackexchange.com/users/1242/hans-lundmark, the others have no …
asked Jan 17 '15 by Fred Kline
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Sorry I can't link to the question. I knew going in that I would get a few down-votes because the question was a little abstruse. I was willing to take my lumps. However, when the thread was remove …
asked Sep 7 '12 by Fred Kline
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From Here to Infinity: The Mathematics Community Blog
answered May 15 '14 by Fred Kline
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I posted as 'Rudy Toody' until one of my posts was cited in an entry on OEIS. They prefer that the citations point to a real name, so I became real.
answered May 2 '13 by Fred Kline
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I'm going to get a little personal here, since I have experienced suicidal ideation. About 13 years ago, I found myself living on the streets because of severe depression. After a couple of weeks, …
answered Dec 25 '14 by Fred Kline
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If you need to view it only, use the browser's Save Page As... I do this for pages I need to study for awhile.
answered Sep 30 '14 by Fred Kline
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If you know Mathematica syntax you can use Wolfram Alpha for simple graphs. Then post the image here:
answered Sep 26 '13 by Fred Kline