Amazing Graphs - Numberphile

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Featuring Neil Sloane of OEIS fame. Even more unexpected graphs in our next video.

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Видео «Amazing Graphs - Numberphile» опубликовано в категории «Технологии». Продолжительность: 12 мин. 36 сек.

gore buster
gore buster
6 дней назад
Twoth term = tooth term 😂😂😂
Jonathan C
Jonathan C
6 дней назад
tooth term. Comedy gold...tooth.
Bas Zijlmans
Bas Zijlmans
6 дней назад
I am wondering iff there is a spesific reason that people in math always use this brown/bège paper. Can you explane that?
Demonite
Demonite
9 дней назад
Beautiful, but not surprising though, is it? Depending on how complex and specific you make the rules, you can make all kinds of weird graphs.
I I
I I
13 дней назад
The most impressive thing in this video is the fact that he remembered something from the avatar movie.
Peppermint Cookie
Peppermint Cookie
19 дней назад
Only Avatar I know is The Last Airbender.
jazz soul
jazz soul
23 дня назад
Thank you so much for sharing this with everybody, Once again Geometry behind maths patterns reveals the higher beauty and poetry in all possible human domains
Yanoler Aviation
Yanoler Aviation
1 месяц назад
I need the program to write this in netbeans/java can you help me?
stealthis
stealthis
1 месяц назад
This channel always makes me feel like a complete idiot.
Radosław Badurski
Radosław Badurski
1 месяц назад
Neil Sloane - "Making Accidental ASMR Videos Better than the Actual ASMR" ©
Oiluj
Oiluj
1 месяц назад
cool
Igor Souza
Igor Souza
2 месяца назад
I'm a undergrad yet, so would someone tell me what program, or language (python, C,...) is used to create those beautiful graphs?
crystalpie
crystalpie
2 месяца назад
Avatar?
The blue people one?
Daniel Soury
Daniel Soury
2 месяца назад
I plotted this on excel and found I made a one-off error with the starting n. I found that if you start with n=1, while keeping the first two outputs at 1, the initial chaotic nature disappeared and I was left with 2 slopes and a double line from the beginning of the graph .. I then found that manipulating the starting n by 1 each time the initial chaotic nature kept switching on and off.
Andrey Serov
Andrey Serov
2 месяца назад
Parabolas are not boring!
FourthDerivative
FourthDerivative
2 месяца назад
For the second sequence, is it important that the entries be prime? Or would you get the same pattern by doing the reverse-and-subtract operation on all the positive integers?
real gamer
real gamer
2 месяца назад
"remember that movie called Avatar?"
no
real gamer
real gamer
2 месяца назад
are we all gonna ignore the fact that he said "the 1th term"
Kenichi Mori
Kenichi Mori
2 месяца назад
Simplex law = Complex law = TOEFL
Kenichi Mori
Kenichi Mori
2 месяца назад
Simplex structure amazing graph.
Andy The American
Andy The American
2 месяца назад
9:48
ThePainkiller1982
ThePainkiller1982
2 месяца назад
Més que un club🥪
Devrim Tiryaki
Devrim Tiryaki
2 месяца назад
Wicked Barcelona shirt
Gunnar Needlegate
Gunnar Needlegate
2 месяца назад
sounds like voice of G-man
Jordan the one and only
Jordan the one and only
2 месяца назад
I admire how this old man is still obviously passionate about math, nice to know that not all passions die with time, I guess being a mathematician is perfect for him
Sanidhya Panwar
Sanidhya Panwar
3 месяца назад
He flipped the binary notations for 11 and 13.
Gustav Gnöttgen
Gustav Gnöttgen
3 месяца назад
I wish I'd learned early how beautiful math is.
c0nceited
c0nceited
3 месяца назад
He would have aced Jacksfilms’ quiz
Hasanul Islam
Hasanul Islam
3 месяца назад
i got frustrated after finding that 2nd graph isnt some special property of primes,odd numbers also have this property
Ozzy Porosis
Ozzy Porosis
3 месяца назад
The way the graph switches from chaos to order reminds me of Langton’s ant
Christian Grantz
Christian Grantz
3 месяца назад
This guy: "Parabolas... Boring! Boring!"

Archimedes: "ExsCUSE me?!"
Daniel Yuan
Daniel Yuan
3 месяца назад
Wouldn't the second graph achieve the same thing if it's only odd numbers instead of primes? (Or maybe all positive integers)
7177
7177
3 месяца назад
avatar of all things. why? (: you're so cute! (:
john quinn
john quinn
3 месяца назад
I'm from the US, what do the rest of y'all call graphs?
Brian Dahlems
Brian Dahlems
4 месяца назад
The "Fly Straight Dammit"- series is incredibly easy to pack into a excel formula if you want to try it out. I was surprised.
dfpguitar
dfpguitar
4 месяца назад
love the illustrations.
Jaren Frederick
Jaren Frederick
4 месяца назад
1:37 Jacksfilms would like to know your location
Zenovarse
Zenovarse
4 месяца назад
I find oeis to be the best place to do when you're facing any open maths problems
Zander Heinitz
Zander Heinitz
4 месяца назад
“Twooth” and “Pi Supporter”
sukmawadi sulistyo
sukmawadi sulistyo
4 месяца назад
Now I know how to play with spreadsheet.
gowzahr
gowzahr
4 месяца назад
Am I the only one who thinks this guy is just a mild mannered Hubert J. Farnsworth?
MGAMMM gaming
MGAMMM gaming
4 месяца назад
Here's a simple sequence that probably would have the less keyword: 1, 4, 27, 256, 3125, 46656, 823543... can you spot the pattern?
Francesc Flores Gámez
Francesc Flores Gámez
4 месяца назад
visca barça
Ron Wolf
Ron Wolf
4 месяца назад
9:42 Isn't the choice of the prime numbers arbitrary here? Couldn't you just do this for all the natural/odd numbers?
Corvus Crump
Corvus Crump
4 месяца назад
Would the paralelagram thing also work in other bases?
Brian Cartwright
Brian Cartwright
4 месяца назад
love the "less" thing haha
Jer Berus
Jer Berus
4 месяца назад
"FLY STRAIGHT, DAMMIT!" reminds me of combinatorix, which I used a lot for my mathematics thesis about dihedral groups.
Andreas Neidlinger
Andreas Neidlinger
4 месяца назад
What's the reason for these little areas slightly below x=100 and above x=200, where "slope 1" and the "baseline" are already partially visible? See minute 7:25.
Leo Staley
Leo Staley
4 месяца назад
I need more of these