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1. Contribute a new sequence to the OEISUse 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 can allocate the A-numbers first and then edit the sequences as if they were existing sequences.
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Next to the sequence data you will see a link named “edit,” which you can click to submit changes or additions.
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