Monthly Archives: March 2016

FractInt in Fractview Part 4 – Newton fractals

This is kind of part 4 of the series of viewing Fractals of FractInt in Fractview but I would like to go a bit deeper since I stumbled over an article on Root-finding fractals in the Softology’s Blog. This is a … Continue reading

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Updated Presets – Part 2: Branching and ExpSmooth

I just published an amazing update (Version 3) that shows what is possible using the underlying programming language. In particular I would like to direct your attention to the “supersampling” and “light”-truth vaues. For today’s topic, as a teaser, the … Continue reading

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Updated Presets – Part 1: Mandelbrot Preset and Julia Map

I took some time to update the presets and there are many improvements. Thus, here I will explain some features of them. A good start is to first read this old article “Some word on presets and the Mandelbrot Preset” . Mandelbrot … Continue reading

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FractInt in Fractview Part 3 – Mandelfn and similar ones, and Spider

FractInt has many fractal types that are parameterized in one or more functions. mandelfn is very simple, use the following parameters: mandelinit: c function: p * sin z Or use another function, cos is really pretty. For most functions, in … Continue reading

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Creating programs: Basics of Meelan (Part 1 – Variables, Types, If-Else) – Tutorial on Meelan

This article is in particular for people who want to write their own programs. There is no need to understand or read this if you are fine with the presets and parameters that you can set although it might give … Continue reading

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FractInt in Fractview Part 2: Phoenix fractal and alikes

EDIT: As of version 2.25, the variable name changed from zz to zlast. The phoenix-fractal’s formula is different from others because it accesses a previous value of z of the orbit. The formula for the basic phoenix uses two parameters a … Continue reading

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