Let’s denote the versors as follow:

e_i^2=1

\gamma_j^2=-1

\epsilon_k^2=0

I noticed that the cayley tables in bivector.net sort them in the order \epsilon e\gamma, like v=\epsilon_{01} e_{12}\gamma_{12}

There is a convenient reason to pick them in that particular order? General use in literature, custom, readability?

I ask because I’m programming a library, and I find some ordering to be faster than other.