# Query / Idea

Charles Kusniec shared this question 1 year ago

Dear Sirs,

I built this framework in Geogebra. Since I did it completely manually, it was very time consuming, small and error prone.

The biggest problem is that I did not find a way to name each point with the value it has calculated according to an Excel table.

I have to do this for several 3D frameworks and it is impossible to analyze by building the points one by one for each framework.

Each 3D framework will be built as the superposition of several planes (like a sandwich that has several layers of cheese, ham, bologna, etc.). Each plane is an excel sheet composed of a sequence of vertical lines. Each vertical line is a polynomial. This is how we will form the 3D framework.

The minimum size of the framework must be +-100*100*100=10^6 points. This is because the longest polynomial sequence of prime numbers we know has 80 prime numbers. So, I am rounding "a little" too much.

After building the framework, we have to be able to analyze it plan by plan as I did using Geogebra in

[1] Kusniec, Charles. (2020) The adjustable hyperbolic paraboloid framework of the integer numbers (Part 1), EasyChair Preprint no. 4667, Available online at https://easychair.org/publications/preprint/Ps32.

[2] Kusniec, Charles. (2020) The adjustable hyperbolic paraboloid framework of the integer numbers (Part 2), EasyChair Preprint no. 4733, Available online at https://easychair.org/publi....

Can you help me by providing a program so that each point has caption (name) given by an excel spreadsheet? Also, is it possible each point value to have different colors as per table below?

A000004 The Zero number, in red web color #FF0000.

A000012 The positive and negative One numr, in light-blue web color #3399CC.

A000040 The positive and negative Prime numbers, in blue web color #336699.

A000290 The positive and negative Square numbers (except 0 and ±1), in yellow web color #FFFF00.

A002378 The positive and negative Oblong numbers (except 0 and ±2), in red-dark web color #993333.

A005563 The positive and negative (Square minus 1) numbers (except 0, ±1, and ±3), in orange-dark web color #FF6600.

All positive and negative composites that are not a Square, an Oblong, or a (Square minus 1) numbers, in light-orange web color # FBE4D5.

The CG’s green lines in XY-plane, in dark-green web color #006400.

At a later stage, it would be interesting if the program could show the framework only with prime numbers, or only with Zeros, or only with composites, or only with 1. The reason is because of the discussion at https://www.facebook.com/ph... &__cft__[0]=AZVlijfOBkBiHQkk3h6BIO7Vg01Yy0z8eUC4aTBUaANo3nCD2Uj_41qT-zO5XrtDGLiR02eZDjYl9w0-pGwRMNFnWuCQcKuG_yZMcurbJTikbgH5NSSNTokgjiZOmCPGlmxfW3Om_1Os9PyVGGjIQdMH&__tn__=EH-R

Thank you.

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If 10^6 is too much, I think 40^3 would be very helpfull...