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How to make a fractal: version 2.0

November 17, 2014

The latest version of my fractal program can be found at:

How to make a fractal (http://www.naclhv.com/2014/06/how-to-make-fractal.html)

It features many improvements, including an overhaul of the user interface and lots of new features.


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  1. This program will show you step-by-step how a fractal (Mandelbrot and Julia sets in particular) is generated. You can also zoom in deeply on the finished fractal, and make all sorts of different Julia set fractals.

    It is a newer version of the fractal program I wrote before (http://www.naclhv.com/2014/06/how-to-make-fractal.html), with vast improvements to its UI, efficiency, and features. Enjoy! and let me if you have suggestions for improvements!

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