## How many items in the table

Sequence ID

• 16 possible clockwise face moves
• 16 possible counterclockwise face moves
• 16 possible second-layer moves
• 48 total moves

48^2 = 2,304

48^3 = 110,592

48^4 = 5,308,416

48^5 = 254,803,968

But if we consider that each sequence has 6 rotational variants, it's actually 1/6 of those numbers:

8^2 = 64

8^3 = 512

8^4 = 4096

8^5 = 32,768

8^6 = 262,144

8^7 = 2,097,152

This means we could realistically have a table with sequences up to 6 moves in length.

## Table rows

Each row will correspond to a particular move sequence.

Rows are labeled with the move sequence that starts with U.

Not sure of best way to indicate the 6 other variations.

Highlight particularly interesting rows (yellow if > 100, red if > 1000)

## Table columns

Possible columns to include:

• order of cycle
• list of factors
• length of factors
• number of factors

## Table user interface

user interface elements:

• table
• column selector
• pagination
• number of items per page selector
• search

color:

• highlight particularly interesting rows (yellow if > 100, red if > 1000)

cube number map:

• modal with cube map