Hi all,

I have tried this code here:

https://gist.github.com/XerxesZorgon/5205facbb7c7ef02999e27ead70a5d59

But I can’t plot it, I am using Jupyter Notebook and Julia REPL it only shows : ` plotJulia`

Hi all,

I have tried this code here:

https://gist.github.com/XerxesZorgon/5205facbb7c7ef02999e27ead70a5d59

But I can’t plot it, I am using Jupyter Notebook and Julia REPL it only shows : ` plotJulia`

Wow, so that’s how to plot.

I am just learning Plots and GLMakie, I have no idea till now… it is not forget, but do not know how…

Define your function as follows

```
function plotJulia(c::Complex{T};
xRng = [-1.5,1.5], yRng = [-1.5, 1.5], maxIters=100) where T<:Real
...
#maxIters =1000 #comment out this line
...
#display(heatmap(iterCounts')) #comment out this line, too
end
```

and call it as:

```
itc= plotJulia( -0.04 - 0.6841im; maxIters=125)
heatmap(itc', c = :matter, size=(400, 300))
```

and then replace `maxIters=125`

, by `maxIters=500`

and look at colorbars of the two heatmaps. You can deduce that the fractal set corresponds to points that leave the disk of radius 2 in about 100-120 iterations. Hence the number

of iterations must be reduced, because

with 1000 iterations the interval [100, 120] is mapped on lighter colors within the range [1, 1000], and the fractal is poorly visible.

125 iterations:

500 iterations:

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That’s amazingly beautiful.

Can we make a video of fractals or zoom in of the fractals?