JSON Format, Compressed Files
- We are often asked if the OEIS entries are available in machine-readable format, for use in mobile phones, etc.
- Just like you have always been able to add
&fmt=textas a URL query parameter to get text output, now you can add
&fmt=jsonto get JSON.
- For example, to search for 1,2,3,6,11,23,47,106,235, use the URL
- To retrieve A275646 in JSON format, use
- There is a gzipped file containing just the sequences and their A-numbers (about 9 megs)
- There is also a gzipped file containing just the names of the sequences and their A-numbers (about 3 megs)