The following graphic shows how often certain coordinates appear on the web... the brighter the square, the more frequent the mentions of the coordinate. To create the graphic I Google-searched for e.g. [x2y4 | “x2 y4” | “x 2 y 4” | y4x2 | “y4 x2” | “y 4 x 2"]. (The coordinates go from 0-50, and the graphic shows fine-tuned contrasts and size.)
The caveat for above is that e.g. “x2” may be a number of things, like -x2 or x2, and not just coordinates. But we can be more specific... for the following graphic, I searched for e.g. [c4 chess] and mapped the result on a chess board:
And now, the same chess board but with “p" for pawn (e.g. ["p c4” chess]), “k" for king and “b" for bishop:
I wonder... which other structured numbers or words can be visualized with Google for interesting results?
Update: There are some more visualizations.
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