# panmagic.8: Panmagic squares of order 8 In magic: Create and Investigate Magic Squares

 panmagic.8 R Documentation

## Panmagic squares of order 8

### Description

Produces each of a wide class of order 8 panmagic squares

### Usage

```panmagic.8(chosen = 1:6, vals = 2^(0:5))
```

### Arguments

 `chosen` Which of the magic carpets are used in combination `vals` The values combined to produce the magic square. Choosing `0:5` gives a normal magic square.

### Note

Not all choices for `chosen` give normal magic squares. There seems to be no clear pattern. See website in references for details.

### Author(s)

Robin K. S. Hankin

### References

https://www.grogono.com/magic/index.php

### See Also

`panmagic.4`

### Examples

```is.panmagic(panmagic.8(chosen=2:7))
is.normal(panmagic.8(chosen=2:7))
is.normal(panmagic.8(chosen=c(1,2,3,6,7,8)))

#to see the twelve basis magic carpets, set argument 'chosen' to each
#integer from 1 to 12 in turn, with vals=1:

panmagic.8(chosen=1,vals=1)-1
image(panmagic.8(chosen=12,vals=1))

```

magic documentation built on Nov. 16, 2022, 9:06 a.m.