There are so much methods to create magic squares of double-even order, so that they are divided into three sections. In this section you will find some methods of modern history.
You will find more methods to create magic squares of double-even order in section Even, in section Doubled Order choosing subsection n=4k or n even and also in section pandiagonal squares.
|Arnauld||Lin Pengcheng (1998)|
|Cram (Method 1)||Method of rotations|
|Cram (Method 2)||Pan Linsen|
|Cram (Method 3)||Planck|
|de La Hire – Violle||Planck (Theory of reversions)|
|Drach||Rallier des Ourmes|
|Duan – Liu – Öi – Tian||Shen|
|Huang – Lin||Umar|
|Ibrahim – Jibril – Umar||Woodruff|
|Liang Peiji-Zhang Hangfu-Zhang Xiafu||Zhu Yunshan|
|Lin Pengcheng (1997)|
All Algorithms are described in detail in chapter Double-Even Order together with some other PDF documents.
Detailed description of algorithms to create magic squares