Hey,

I’m trying to reproduce the Distributions.jl logo. Is there somewhere a code I can use to reproduce this logo ? I cannot retrace back the logo further than this PR : https://github.com/JuliaStats/Distributions.jl/pull/640, however it does not say where it came from (actually it was moved).

@ararslan you were there at the time, do you remember ?

I have the following :

```
using Plots
using Plots.PlotMeasures
using StatsBase
function make_plot(data)
return scatter(data[1,:],
data[2,:],
color=colors,
msw=0,
# ms=2,
α=0.2,
label=:none,
size=[600,600],
bottom_margin=0mm,
left_margin = 0mm,
right_margin = 0mm,
top_margin = 0mm,
axis=nothing,
ticks=nothing,
border=:none);
end
random_noise(N) = randn((2,N)) ./ 3.2
function perfect_noise(N)
rez = zeros((2,N))
for i in 1:N
x = exp(rand()*2π*im)*rand()/1.3
rez[:,i] .= x.re,x.im
end
return rez
end
mynoise = random_noise
N = 10000
c1 = [cos(3π/6), sin(3π/6)] .+ mynoise(N)
c2 = [cos(7π/6), sin(7π/6)] .+ mynoise(N)
c3 = [cos(11π/6),sin(11π/6)] .+ mynoise(N)
colors = [repeat([:green],N)...,
repeat([:red],N)...,
repeat([:purple],N)...]
data = hcat(c1,c2,c3)
p1 = make_plot(data)
```

But this is not quite perfect, compared to the true logo : https://github.com/JuliaStats/Distributions.jl/blob/master/docs/src/assets/logo.png

Hence, the noise seems not to be Gaussian. What else ?