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- Videos about OEIS by Neil Sloane: Numberphile videos on YouTube with Brady Haran, 2018-present:
- Planing Sequences (Le Rabot); A Sequence with a Mistake; Eureka Sequences; The Levine Sequence
- The Brussels Choice; Dungeon Numbers; (extra); Podcast: The Number Collector
- Amazing Graphs (I); (II); (III); Don't Know (the Van Eck Sequence); Peaceable Queens
- How many ways can circles overlap?; The Trapped Knight; Terrific Toothpick Patterns
- What Number Comes Next?; Primes on the Moon (Lunar Arithmetic)
- Other talks about OEIS by Neil Sloane:
- Exciting Number Sequences, Rutgers Day, 2021; Richard Guy and the OEIS: A Fifty-Year Friendship, Calgary 2021
- Conant's Gasket, etc., Rutgers Experimental Math Seminar, 2020; Art and Sequences, Rutgers 2020
- Old and New Problems from 55 Years of the OEIS, slides, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2019; Coordination Sequences, Planing Numbers, etc., Part 1, 2, Slides, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2019
- Three (No, 8) Lovely Problems from the OEIS, Part 1, 2, Slides, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2017; Confessions of a Sequence Addict, AofA 2017, Princeton; Winter Fruits: New Problems ..., Part 1, 2, Slides, Rutgers EM Seminar 2017
- The OEIS, Mathematical Discovery, and Insomnia, London Ontario, 2016; Open Problems in the OEIS, Rutgers, 2016
- Unsolved Number Theory Sequences from Alekseyev, Meiburg, Resta, van der Poorten, and Pablo Picasso, Part 1, 2, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2015; The Online Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, Good Ideas in Teaching Precalculus, Rutgers 2015; On the No. of ON Cells in Cellular Automata, Part 1, 2, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2015; Interview by Marc Chamberland, JMM 2015
- The OEIS Today: The Major Problems, DIMACS Conference to celebrate the 50th birthday of the OEIS, reaching 250,000 sequences, and Neil Sloane's 75th birthday, 2014; Error-Correcting Codes, Group Theory, and Invariant Theory, 1, 2, Rutgers 2014
- 2178 And All That, Part 1, 2, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2013; On Curling Numbers ..., Toronto, 2013; The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences: The First 100 Years, Part 1, 2, Rutgers EM Seminar, 2013
- The On-Line Encyclopedia of Integer Sequences, Rutgers University, Feb. 2012.
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