Tuesday, 16 March 2010

Fractals with Octave: The Whole Shebang

After all this time writing this simple series of how to create fractals with Octave, I finally got to the end of it and published the code on GitHub so here is a nifty summary.


Each article has a link to the previous and following ones so you can just start with the first one and follow up to the last one.


The code is available on GitHub and can be downloaded from the project page, where you will also find some installation instructions.

If you're interested, please download the code and if you use it to create stunning images, I'd love to hear from you. If you think you can improve the code, don't hesitate to suggest changes or fork it.


To quote the project page, none of this was created in a vaccum. I used a number of offline and online references so if you are interested in the subject of fractals, you could do a lot worse than checking them out:


Anonymous said...

Wow! This posts about octave are fantastic: I'm studying fractals and I've been coding in Matlab for a while, now I'm into Octave and these posts are inspiring! Thanks


Unknown said...

Ali, thanks for your feedback, it's nice to know that you enjoy those posts!