I have just uploaded Simple Switch Formula to jlb.ufm. By default it calls my SwitchCombo plugin in the new library, jlb.ulb. This allows generating new combinations of formulas; all of them allow switching from Mandelbrot-type mode to Julia-type mode or vice versa with the F7 key or pressing the Switch Mode icon on the toobar. Both divergent and convergent formulas, or some of each, can be used. I wrote these in order to generate new shapes. All the plug-ins use a new class, SFormula, defined in jlb.ulb, with information passed in a State object.

This is a too-brief introduction. Experimentation is required.

The basic structure of SwitchCombo is to do some number of iterations of the initial formula, then repeat iterating the main formula until completion (divergence, convergence, or both) or the iteration limit is reached.

All the examples here are single-layer images with the standard gradient. They are illustrative, not final beautiful images.

The first example does 3 iterations of standard Mandelbrot (a divergent formula) followed by many iterations of Poly Newton (a convergent formula, usually). It’s a Julia-type fractal and mainly convergent. Try using the Explore function to vary the parameters, including how many of the initial iteration. Experiment with the coloring.

C-M-P'-J3 {
::LN/Sghn2Va5yuNKMUY49RKvDI2MrCBDhQSH5NtSziqpjqUmVzmIH4A4pGbkxpp82P2GSSzk0
  i7OjPfnL+/gvUIJZKC7upT88UUFDw+PM7pZP/tZPG77dgmrqwrCD9qAaZlCvUPkR6AZLGZcJ
  TC5UVL2/Rat39s9w3TnHtaeUIat/0JWSbozINKqgj9vnk9SpUsnn77JaIZUVHGpDaNoqE546
  9MFth02OdSNpphyL7dH4KQiDnrBJlcTuLESNMxaum8G1YPKJ0rBkZVQ2LYRRhXBlBcSteR9X
  2ug9F1+GcdwkdY/N06GGs5AVlV9j+o571stZbtIHwcxpxIcH0ac0MRriIV4Zogw4Ed5YnCg8
  Tz0zNUdPw0Llhkz2d3j/8+t957BR9Oh/1sBvutE4gkmZVlrMO8px4Ndu1umat542Ro3WmJ/f
  QU0LJxhB1+KT1Eee3Z94/s2LO30xjiU0N1ogitbG6BoL1rn0JEY7kC1RA/P39LlwRZPO2J4r
  LGHczIL5fgkdJXvuHNmAFoz61S87B2hRBzHvuIbzIsMTwcAVwyNd2RJroH39cBEHhj/Ufjus
  v/sg19L4gSwdrvH9F67Rfl+uB+6ixB3M9TW3WVXDgf20ZHlPHKlAMmOZ6Ghj2KsYI3wicDLe
  0/UsYLcLaJuht0NsU3wW5G2aHlX3aD9brjdg0cLW/PM9/tNeJwaqIO0WaVQDOMYViDFhdD8H
  dC/ufbqO//4lJ4vCySo1/aocq1EGBLuZQO6rGY2ypTo8WdK7fCikwbL0qFXwhpTE7VnMlDaM
  9rFWcGiJKf3V8bU6TnJy8g9ZM/TXyXLEqqhjOOd+qe8OClpDPWXhlSSOVzbTTr1Bz63TfMPx
  +qlZo4YPq+o/3wxL0rcmQiRLTTTRrTHmHFZ312bbRcaayghow1DzmgiGmTHvjhZZSSS86TGS
  DPHFdSj1hNSLD9PU691n+A2eXCP9MqokkpT+HczNJZM=
}
I have just uploaded Simple Switch Formula to jlb.ufm. By default it calls my SwitchCombo plugin in the new library, jlb.ulb. This allows generating new combinations of formulas; all of them allow switching from Mandelbrot-type mode to Julia-type mode or vice versa with the F7 key or pressing the Switch Mode icon on the toobar. Both divergent and convergent formulas, or some of each, can be used. I wrote these in order to generate new shapes. All the plug-ins use a new class, SFormula, defined in jlb.ulb, with information passed in a State object. This is a too-brief introduction. Experimentation is required. The basic structure of SwitchCombo is to do some number of iterations of the initial formula, then repeat iterating the main formula until completion (divergence, convergence, or both) or the iteration limit is reached. All the examples here are single-layer images with the standard gradient. They are illustrative, not final beautiful images. The first example does 3 iterations of standard Mandelbrot (a divergent formula) followed by many iterations of Poly Newton (a convergent formula, usually). It’s a Julia-type fractal and mainly convergent. Try using the Explore function to vary the parameters, including how many of the initial iteration. Experiment with the coloring. ```` C-M-P'-J3 { ::LN/Sghn2Va5yuNKMUY49RKvDI2MrCBDhQSH5NtSziqpjqUmVzmIH4A4pGbkxpp82P2GSSzk0 i7OjPfnL+/gvUIJZKC7upT88UUFDw+PM7pZP/tZPG77dgmrqwrCD9qAaZlCvUPkR6AZLGZcJ TC5UVL2/Rat39s9w3TnHtaeUIat/0JWSbozINKqgj9vnk9SpUsnn77JaIZUVHGpDaNoqE546 9MFth02OdSNpphyL7dH4KQiDnrBJlcTuLESNMxaum8G1YPKJ0rBkZVQ2LYRRhXBlBcSteR9X 2ug9F1+GcdwkdY/N06GGs5AVlV9j+o571stZbtIHwcxpxIcH0ac0MRriIV4Zogw4Ed5YnCg8 Tz0zNUdPw0Llhkz2d3j/8+t957BR9Oh/1sBvutE4gkmZVlrMO8px4Ndu1umat542Ro3WmJ/f QU0LJxhB1+KT1Eee3Z94/s2LO30xjiU0N1ogitbG6BoL1rn0JEY7kC1RA/P39LlwRZPO2J4r LGHczIL5fgkdJXvuHNmAFoz61S87B2hRBzHvuIbzIsMTwcAVwyNd2RJroH39cBEHhj/Ufjus v/sg19L4gSwdrvH9F67Rfl+uB+6ixB3M9TW3WVXDgf20ZHlPHKlAMmOZ6Ghj2KsYI3wicDLe 0/UsYLcLaJuht0NsU3wW5G2aHlX3aD9brjdg0cLW/PM9/tNeJwaqIO0WaVQDOMYViDFhdD8H dC/ufbqO//4lJ4vCySo1/aocq1EGBLuZQO6rGY2ypTo8WdK7fCikwbL0qFXwhpTE7VnMlDaM 9rFWcGiJKf3V8bU6TnJy8g9ZM/TXyXLEqqhjOOd+qe8OClpDPWXhlSSOVzbTTr1Bz63TfMPx +qlZo4YPq+o/3wxL0rcmQiRLTTTRrTHmHFZ312bbRcaayghow1DzmgiGmTHvjhZZSSS86TGS DPHFdSj1hNSLD9PU691n+A2eXCP9MqokkpT+HczNJZM= } ````
edited Aug 13 '19 at 3:44 pm
 
0
reply
53
views
0
replies
1
followers
live preview
Enter at least 10 characters.
WARNING: You mentioned %MENTIONS%, but they cannot see this message and will not be notified
Saving...
Saved
All posts under this topic will be deleted ?
Pending draft ... Click to resume editing
Discard draft