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Manipulating plot of random iterated function system fractal
I'm generating the Sierpinski Gasket by implementing a chaos game in mathematica. What I'd like to do is create an interactive manipulation with a slider, whereby moving it forward, plots all the ...
May 21 '13 at 17:28
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