We speak with Neil Sloane - creator and keeper of the famed ‘On-line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences’.
Sequences we featured from the OEIS included Fibonacci Numbers, A068679, Bell or exponential numbers, A000435 - The Genesis Sequence, Euler totient function, King Louis births, Recaman's sequence, Gijswijt's sequence, and Brady Numbers.
Videos featuring Neil on Numberphile
Neil Sloane homepage
Traralgon and Brady’s podcast with Tim from Traralgon
1956 Melbourne Olympics
Neil’s works on Amazon
Neil’s PhD thesis
Sloane's Gap - Numberphile
The Slightly Spooky Recaman Sequence - Numberphile
Guardian article on Neil Sloane
Works citing the OEIS
OEIS Foundation and donations
Birth of the Brady Numbers
With thanks to
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Asaf's blog - http://karagila.org
Asaf's Twitter - https://twitter.com/AsafKaragila
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Marcus is the Simonyi Professor for the Public Understanding of Science at Oxford University - https://www.simonyi.ox.ac.uk
Marcus' author page on Amazon...
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Tom's page at St Edmund Hall - https://www.seh.ox.ac.uk/people/tom-crawford
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