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Anybody know how to do this?

![663fbcfdcb4f8.gif](serve/attachment&path=663fbcfdcb4f8.gif) Anybody know how to do this?
 
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This might help you: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Fractals/mandelbrot-graphics

I think the code isn't public, but I'm sure Claude would be willing to share or at least talk about it. smile

This might help you: https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/Fractals/mandelbrot-graphics I think the code isn't public, but I'm sure Claude would be willing to share or at least talk about it. :)
 
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Interesting link

Seams he had the same idea i mentioned in
https://www.ultrafractal.com/forum/index.php?u=/topic/925/rotation-in-formula/1#post-3001

https://mathr.co.uk/blog/2013-12-16_stretching_cusps.html

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I ask my self if he found a solution for the bulb size.
It could be that Feigenbaums bifurcation could play a role there...

Interesting link Seams he had the same idea i mentioned in https://www.ultrafractal.com/forum/index.php?u=/topic/925/rotation-in-formula/1#post-3001 https://mathr.co.uk/blog/2013-12-16_stretching_cusps.html . I ask my self if he found a solution for the bulb size. It could be that Feigenbaums bifurcation could play a role there...
 
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He's active in the Fractal Chats discord, feel free to join. Lots of happy nerd stuff going on there. Here's the invite link in case you are interested.

https://discord.gg/DrxFcsRA

Everyone else is welcome too, ofc! smile

He's active in the Fractal Chats discord, feel free to join. Lots of happy nerd stuff going on there. Here's the invite link in case you are interested. https://discord.gg/DrxFcsRA Everyone else is welcome too, ofc! :)
 
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Tanks much!
(I am not a mathematician, not sure if they want me there...)

I found in his codes a solution for the bulb size correction, in case you are still interested.
https://github.com/adammaj1/Mandelbrot-book-book


There is a algo in m_nucleus, it searches the center of a bulb. With the center and the base of the bulb the size is calculable, even if the bulbs are not perfect circles.
with this size estimation
sin(pi * n/d) / (d ^ 2)
you can define the c0 as a start for the search, it comes actually very close.

(There is probable a more elegant way to calculate the bulb size, and my codes are ugly as hell, but for now i solve a problem after 35 years i tried the first time...)

Tanks much! (I am not a mathematician, not sure if they want me there...) I found in his codes a solution for the bulb size correction, in case you are still interested. https://github.com/adammaj1/Mandelbrot-book-book There is a algo in m_nucleus, it searches the center of a bulb. With the center and the base of the bulb the size is calculable, even if the bulbs are not perfect circles. with this size estimation sin(pi * n/d) / (d ^ 2) you can define the c0 as a start for the search, it comes actually very close. (There is probable a more elegant way to calculate the bulb size, and my codes are ugly as hell, but for now i solve a problem after 35 years i tried the first time...)
 
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