Okay, so, I’m trying to become proficient at using Julia for various applications and not just cleaning and crunching datasets.

One of my graduate classes assigned a few problems that we can do by hand, but we are also encouraged to do them in a programming language of our choice if feasible.

Which brings me to my question (I’m not looking for solutions - rather guidance on how to get started and which packages would be useful for tackling the problems):

First question is:

Three ridges A, B, and C meet at a triple junction. Ridge ‘A’ has has a strike of 329-degrees (N31W) and a spreading rate of

`7.0 cm yr^-1`

; ridge ‘B’ strikes at 233-degrees (S53W) and has a spreading rate of`5.0 cm yr^-1`

. Determine the strike of ridge ‘C’ and its spreading rate.

I know it would be easy to just draw out these lines on paper and trig it out by hand, but where is the fun in that?? I think it would be a good learning experience to see if I could at least create a diagram using Julia and annotate it that way.

Does anyone have any insight to how I might start diagramming this out in Julia or any of the Julia packages? I was looking into `Meshes.jl`

or `GeoStats.jl`

but I think that’s for more advanced usage.

Any input is appreciated!

- Rob