Calculations in Hexadecimal until the final conversion.
You may choose to find a digit position, term, or sequence.
Seuqence takes priority over term which takes priority over digit position.
About Pi Data
Pi (π) is the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter. No matter the size of the circle, the ratio will never change. Pi can be easily observed, but is hard to compute by hand and takes time for a computer to process the numbers. It is near-infinite in number patterns because it is a circle, and you will likely see your birthday come across in the sequence.
Pi has been known throughout human history and can be traced as far back as 4,000 years, with calculations seen in Ancient Babylon, Egypt, Greece, and Rome. It continues to be one of the most used, random, and fascinating numbers, with the human mind famously and entered into the Guinness World Records for memorizing 70,000 digits.
The most digits ever recorded with y-cruncher technology used about five computers to process up to 50 trillion Pi digits.
Pi is the infinite irrational decimal number that makes no sense at all and yet is the most beautiful number in the universe.
Despite the appearance of its random sequence, Pi is full of hidden and unique patterns.
With Pi Data App, the data is available to you via cached text files.
What is it? The unlimited and infinite realness of Pi is something that continues to fasicinate mathematicians. Pi Data is a mirror of pi.delivery, delivering a thousand-digit sequence in every term. With each search, a text file is created on a cached server so the data will be recalled from the CDN server indefinitely. No database is used to store any information. There are 50,000,000,000,000 digits of Pi that have been calculated in the past few years and this will someday be updated as computer processors get stronger. How do I use it? Pi Data App currently provides you with data in two ways:
- A segement of 1,000 digits.
- 50,000,000,000,000,000 digits divided by 1,000 terms amounts 50,000,000,000 terms.
- For example, if you search for the 3rd term, you will receive the 3,000th digit position.
- Any position of your choosing will be recalled.
- Your digit position and 999 additional digits will be displayed.If you use this site directly, you can select whether it is a Term you want to find or a Digit position, and click Show Pi Data.
Can I use this tool for my own website? All digits of Pi are stored in segments of 1 byte each which contains 1,000 digits of Pi. Using the table above, you can calculate which segement you would like to grab by looking at the thousands of that group. Use the calls below, you will be able to retrieve your Pi data. Terms
Filename Digits pidata.app?pi=0 0001 - 1000 pidata.app?pi=1000 1000 - 2000 pidata.app?pi=2000 2000 - 3000
pidata.app?piterm=500contains the 500th block term of 1,000 digits.
pidata.app?piterm=200563contains the 200,000 block term of 1,000 digits. Digits
pidata.app?pi=52contains the 52nd digit along with 999 additional digits.
pidata.app?pi=23523contains the 23,523nd digit along with 999 additional digits. What does it do? Over 50 trillion digits digits of Pi and stored on a very powerful and fast cdn server all over the world and at your finger tips, easily pulled from a website in seconds. You may study any infinite possibilities within the sequence that human computer processing has accomplished so far. How many Pi digits can be displayed? Up to 1,000 digits can displayed in a text file at a time. However, you can literally view the library, all 50 trillion digits. This equates to 50,000,000,000,000 digits in 50,000,000,000 1 KB files, all containing 1,000 digits each. So how was it done? Read more on Pi Data. Can I view all 50 trillion digits of Pi? Unfortunately, there would be no personal computer powerful enough to read in a number this large. Therefore, all digits are returned by the thousand. How much does it cost to use this tool? Use of the website is free including any data you wish to download. You can attribute credit by anchoring back to Pi Data App. For any suggestions or feedback, please contact us. We appreciate any donations and support for this website.