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Sat, 29 Jul 2017 07:03:38 +0000http://jonathanfrech.wordpress.com/?p=2354#comment-278[…] and used Python to slowly create fractal images. Over a year later, I revisited the project with a Java version which — due to its code being actually compiled — ran much faster, yet had the same […]

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Sat, 29 Jul 2017 07:03:35 +0000http://jonathanfrech.wordpress.com/?p=1026#comment-277[…] wrote my first ever Mandelbrot Set renderer back in 2015 and used Python to slowly create fractal images. Over a year later, I revisited the […]

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Sat, 17 Jun 2017 07:29:21 +0000http://jonathanfrech.wordpress.com/?p=1955#comment-248[…] mathematical object can also be represented as ASCII characters — similar to what I did in my Curses Cam post. The characters are chosen according to their opaqueness. A full stop (‘.’) looks […]

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Fri, 12 May 2017 22:19:17 +0000http://jonathanfrech.wordpress.com/?p=1749#comment-237Way to go! This is a really neat proejct that would serve as a great tutorial to programming students. Thanks for the post!

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Sat, 22 Apr 2017 07:28:11 +0000http://jonathanfrech.wordpress.com/?p=2354#comment-215[…] The Mandelbrot Set is typically defined as the set of all numbers for which — with , and — the limit converges. Visualizations of this standard Mandelbrot Set can be seen in three of my posts (Mandelbrot Set, Mandelbrot Set Miscalculations and Mandelbrot Set II). […]