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December 10th, 2017, 01:30 PM   #1
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Number Sequence Announcer

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I would like to ask if anyone could please suggest me accurate ( ! ) sequence number announcer tool. It can be web based application, working within website, or desktop software. It can be free of charge (preferable) or paid. Would be willing to pay for it but it has to announce the number correctly. There are no math formulas behind the sequence. Numbers are ordered from left to right - the first number is the oldest one and the last number is the most recent one. I would like to use it mainly for binary digits (0 or 1 only) but sometimes also for ''normal'' numbers. So far the only website I know is:

The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences® (OEIS®)

But everything is announced wrong. I am testing like 50+ situations and being aware of the most recent number (the one listed on the most right side so the last one). Obviously I am testing the said website without typing in the most recent number, even if I know it. But it is all the time giving me wrong announcement.

I am Not asking for assistance regarding accurately announcing first next number in the sequence but, to clarify again and to avoid misunderstanding, I am asking for suggestion about which other website/tool/software could I use for this. So it will tell me which number will occur next.

Your reply would be highly appreciated, thank you in advance.
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December 10th, 2017, 04:23 PM   #2
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How is the sequence produced?
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December 11th, 2017, 01:16 AM   #3
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Randomly produced, without any math equations. That's why long-term always 100% accuracy is impossible, but I would like to come as close as possible. Only successfully and correctly announcing this first next digit Will let me go to the next step of work where I have to predict/announce by far more complicated situation.

I am doing this Math work in MS Office Excel.

I have particular number of columns with 10 lines. I am separating the columns. Each column is one digit number. I am separating 10 lines in three subgroups. First subgroup of lines consist of first four lines. Second subgroup of lines consist of second four lines. Third consist of remaining two lines. Each number (consisting of multiple digits, e.g. 0221002121) where I want to announce next digit, belong to 1 subgroup.

What I do is that I count in each of the columns how many values (note: only first four lines located in this same column!!!) are larger than 0. Then I write down what I count. E.g. let's say in L column I have in four different cells of this column (first subgroup consisting of first four cells) 0,2,0,0. I would write down 1. Then in next column I have 1,1,1,0. I would write down 3 and so on. Now in this very small example there are for my explanation only two columns. My produced number is 13. I want to know what will be next so what will be on the right side of 3.

I have over 30 columns but always one number (in my example the number is 13) consist of all the columns (in the same line) but for only one subgroup so three subgroups in total. One number (multiple digits: two digits in said example for two columns) will always belong to only one subgroup. First subgroup (first number) will always consist of first four lines. Second, second four lines.

Third, remaining two lines. I am adding new columns twice per week and values are random. This means 100% accuracy is impossible (i think so) but i would like to come as close as possible to it. My ULTIMATE GOAL is to announce how many numbers, larger than 0, will each of those three subgroups (three different numbers!) have.

On request I can send sample MS Office Excel file too but the question has nothing to do with Excel. Thats why I am asking on math forum and not MS Office forum.

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Approximately how long is this still going to take? Didn't mean to rush too much but the other guy on this forum got help almost immediately, while I don't see any reply at all for my question.
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