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Re^2: Data visualisation.by BrowserUk (Pope)
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And it turns out that the data provided is unusable, because is is not consistent.
Yes. Everyone has found anomalies with the dataset. The dataset is part of an on-line library of TSP datasets.
Their main claim to fame is that they (mostly) have known solutions, and are thus useful for testing algorithms and implementations. They do not guarantee that the datasets are consistent.
And neither did I. Indeed, determining that is a big part of the motivation for my OP.
This animated gif might be of interest.
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