Monthly Archives: December 2008

Fractals in 10 minutes No. 5: Sierpinski Chaos Game

A few years back, I was in some course where they also taught me some Matlab. One of the exercises was to draw the Sierpinski triangle using a method of progressing a point randomly. I was quite surprised at the … Continue reading

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Fractals in 10 minutes No. 4: Mandelbrot and Julia in Ascii Art

I felt like it’s about time I tackled the Mandelbrot and Julia sets, in Ascii-Art. Heck, the Mandelbrot fractal is on the logo of this Blog! However, being the most well-known fractal, this issue was tackled already, with satisfactory results. … Continue reading

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Must Have Python Packages

Python 2.6 and 3.0 are upon us. I helped a friend set up the new Python environment for research and development, and we thought about constructing a PythonPack: a compilation of packages every home should have lying around.

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