In working with my first medical data from @vanCeos, I tried a different method of working with a decimal point in a string of numbers that is both consistent, helps ordering, and reduces system complexity. In 2016, @josh mentioned that
His example was
1.008 – candle (1), pebble (.), sofa (008)
I thought that was a very workable solution but I wasn’t confident that my visual images could keep track of the position of the pebble. Did the pebble come first or second?
My rules for using a Major encoded 2-digit number peg system are to start on the left taking two digits at a time, encode the decimal point as a P (remove any P words from the 9 encoding, leaving only the B), and if there is a leftover, visualize it with a 1-digit number peg.
So this would become:
1.008 - tape (1.), seesaw (00), ivy (8)
Let me know what you think about this.