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comment Plotting iterated function system images
@AJY I've added the code defining the depth level version of ShowIFS to the response. It works fine in V9 on my mac. The package contains some other features as well. I don't know why you're having problems with it on your machine. I assume you unzipped the file, opened up the Installation.nb file and executed the commands in order - including the PrependTo command?
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@AJY Were you able to get my packages to work? I'd certainly be happy to help.
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Did you execute the PrependTo command in the Quick start section before the Needs command? If so, what OS and version of Mathematica are you running?
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comment Mathematica vs Python - how does it compare to Python's scientific computing suite?
@halirutan While your question is a good one to ask, note that the original question as asked in the next to last paragraph specifies "other than in computer algebra". Probably, the OP is aware of sympy which is, frankly, vastly inferior to Mathematica. Sympy fails on your suggested integral, for example.
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