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# Fractals and Python

Repository of the presentation * Painting the chaos with Python * for PyCon Colombia 2018. This contains multiple examples for the generation of fractals, the code is from different authors and some of its own, This is just a basic guide, feel free to modify, add and add new examples to the reposotorio

The Python version is:

``````Python 3.6.0 of the installation of Anaconda 4.3.1
``````

## Previous Definitions

• tdemo_###: Example code for the Python suite
• size, side, length: It is the number of pixels from one side of the fractal
• level, order, profundidad, iterations: number of times a recursive call of a function is made
• langle, rangle: left angle, right angle
• For L-System:
• Alphabet: consists of the valid characters that can be included
• axiom: statement describing the initial state of the system.
• target: characters that can be replace
• replace: it apply rules to replace the axiom and then applied recursively

## Deterministic fractals

• Tree fractal
• Barnsley
• set Cantor
• dragon fractal and JPdragon
• Hilbert curve
• Snowflake of koch
• Sierpinski fractal

## Stochastic Fractals

• Folder Sierpinski: different implementations of the Sierpinski fractal
• Folder Julia: different implementations of the Julia fractal
• Folder Mandelbrot: different implementations of the Mandelbrot fractal