As announced in November 2016, I’ve computed π up to 22.4 trillion digits. The first trillion decimal digits of this computation are now available for download.

##### The one trillion digit data set

If you’re only interested in the first thousand or million digits, you can download them as text files directly from the links below. Data sets with more digits are available from archive.org. One billion digits have already been available before. A few days ago, I also made a data set with one trillion decimal digits available for download. The digits are saved as zip-compressed text files in chuncks of one hundred billion digits. Each file has a size of 43.7 GB. In total you have to download more than 430 GB.

##### Download up to one trillion digits of pi

Digits | Decimal | Hexadecimal |

10 | 3.1415926535 | 3.243f6a8885 |

10^{3} |
pi_dec_1k.txt | pi_hex_1k.txt |

10^{6} |
pi_dec_1m.txt | pi_hex_1m.txt |

10^{9} |
archive.org/details/1BillionPi | archive.org/details/1BillionPi |

10^{12} |
archive.org/details/pi_dec_1t | not yet available |

##### Interested in all 22.4 trillion digits?

Providing all 22.4 trillion digits of my world record computation online is currently not feasible. Transferring almost 9 TB of data over a 10 Mbit/s connection would take several months. The best way of distribution is to copy them on one or several disks and ship them per mail. If you’re interested to obtain all digits at the costs of the required disks, please send me a short notice.