Thanks, Joe, glad you liked the table, I’ve got a million of ’em! I’ll be setting another mess of tables directly as we continue studying the effects of differential operators on families of propositional forms.
For anyone wondering, Where’s the Peirce? — the efficiency of Peirce’s logical graphs, augmented by Spencer Brown and generalized to cactus graphs, made it possible for the first time to take on the extra complexities of differential propositional calculus. This makes Peircean themes a constant throughout the development of differential logic.
Hope you and yours are safe and sound,