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I worked a bit on some ideas for a 2021 #calendar, raiding the Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences #OEIS for inspiration.

Implemented the basic algorithm of one so far: the sum of all the parts of all the partitions of 43 into 9 primes is 2021. (There are 47 partitions, 2021 is the product of two adjacent #PrimeNumbers 43 * 47). Making it prettier is a task for later.

Number of partitions of n into distinct parts >= 4; pictured: a(47) = 447.

No gaps this time. Scanlines are doubled to get a better aspect ratio.

Will probably try to do the full a(61) = 2021 as high resolution (vector) graphics for the final image, these textures are starting to look pretty nice

a(6) = 2021

#TwentyTwentyOne #calendar #anaglyph #stereoscopic

@mathr really digging this aesthetic 👍

claude@mathr@post.lurk.orgNumber of partitions of n into distinct parts >= 4. a(61) = 2021; pictured: a(36) = 120

#TwentyTwentyOne #calendar