IMPORTANT:Thousands of people use the sequence database every day.
Please take高度注意that the terms you send are absolutely correct.
The standards are those of a mathematics reference work.
Since this is a scientific database, anonymous submissions
cannot be accepted.
You mustrequest an account和登录before you can contribute a new sequence
or edit an existing one.
You should always sign your contributions. Note: if you type four tildes, ~~~~, this will be replaced by your name, date, and a link to your user page where people can send you email without knowing your address. So if you add a comment to a sequence, you can simply follow it with - ~~~~
这个OEIS Wikihas a lot of helpful advice, including aStyle Sheet for Contributors。
By submitting anything to the OEIS you are agreeing that you have read and are bound by the OEIS Contributor's License Agreement, which can be read在这里。
Please choose one of the following options:
Use this to contribute a sequence that is not at present in the OEIS.
This is for submitting an unnumbered sequence; it will automatically
be assigned an A-number.
If you would like to submit a collection of sequences that
refer to each other, you canallocate the A-numbers firstand then edit the sequences as if they were existing sequences.
2. Edit the entry for an existing sequence in theOEISTo add to or make changes to an existing entry for a sequence,登录(if you haven't already) and then
visit that sequence's web page.
Next to the sequence data you will see a link named
“edit,” which you can click to submit changes or additions.
If someone else has already made changes that are not
yet published, you will see a link named
“draft edits,” which will take you to the most
recent draft of the sequence. From that page you can click
make more changes.
If you have more terms than will fit on three lines,
you should consider sending them in the form of a b-file.