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Stephen Brooks
2007-12-30 22:59:06
Here's the converter. The rationale behind this is that Eb6a is slower but can go in more different directions (more variables/finer control of the design), so if we boost it to where Eb1a has currently speeded ahead to, it might find some interesting stuff.
2007-12-31 13:56:58
I hate to be a moron... but the use of the tool seems unclear.  When I paste in a result, it just takes me back to the previous page... Is there something missing?
Stephen Brooks
2007-12-31 14:12:16
The converted result ought to appear above the input box when you submit the form.  If it doesn't, make sure you haven't got a blank line above the result or anything.
2007-12-31 14:22:33
Still no good.  This is what I see:

<button type='submit'>Calculate</button>

No submit button - just the html for it, displayed in the box.
2007-12-31 14:25:05
Yep same here, either in Internet Explorer and Firefox.  Made a screenshot too:

2007-12-31 14:27:04
That didn't go well:
2007-12-31 14:28:26
2007-12-31 14:30:10
Lol ur not the only moron today DanC, I can't seem to get simple html code right today .
Stephen Brooks
2007-12-31 14:31:32
Oh I see, it was browsers other than Opera not liking a self-closing textarea HTML tag (for a blank text area).  Both that and genome distance calculator work now.
2007-12-31 14:31:52
Yep.. thats EXACTLY what I'm seeing, except mine displays the "Enter genome from PhaseRotEb1a" above the box.
2007-12-31 14:34:25
Ahhh... much better. 

Thank you Stephen!  Happy New Year to you!
2008-01-01 00:31:27
Oh these non-standards compliant browsers, stephen, when will people upgrade to something that follows the rules?
Stephen Brooks
2008-01-09 15:11:46
I've just put my new highest-scoring 3.325% result through this converter, might help PhaseRotEb6a along a bit.
Stephen Brooks
2008-01-09 15:57:22
Only came out as 3.241538% in Eb6a, perhaps the converter isn't 100% correct.  I think the channel lengths might have changed slightly.  Still, this gives Eb6a room to find its own optimums without too much interference from seeding.
2008-01-11 01:14:37
Come on Stephen, play the game.  Your highest-scoring 3.325% is the result of only a single run.  Wondering why, I was not even approaching your score, I repeated your genome and for 5 runs, only achieved 3.307734%:

3.307734 (2089.6 Mpts) [v4.44c] <PhaseRotEb1a> {BB081D122C3EC78BF3C7734B}
3.325441 (417.2 Mpts) [v4.44c] <PhaseRotEb1a> #time=80219; by Stephen_Brooks

Only, then did I notice your duplicity.
Stephen Brooks
2008-01-11 20:54:36
Doh!  I bet that was produced while I was trying to debug the bug I fixed in v4.44d and hard-wired the rechecks down to 1 at one point to get a reproducable simulation a bit faster.  I didn't realise it had gone into the results.txt nor that it was above the highest!  I'll remove it when I get in to work next week.
Stephen Brooks
2008-01-14 10:23:05
It's gone now.
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