This week Wolfram is celebrating Benoit Mandelbrots birthday and his contributions to mathematics by holding a Tweet-a-Program challenge. In honor of Mandelbrot, tweet us your favorite fractal-themed lines of Wolfram Language code.
To give you some ideas, I've listed below my favorite examples of WL-generated fractals:
Read about its discovery in Adventures into the Mathematical Forest of Fractal Trees.
I hope that these examples captured your imagination. I cant wait to see what you come up with!
Do you want get started with Tweet-a-Program?
Check out our Wolfram Language Guide about Iterated Maps & Fractals
Here are some great fractals submitted by other users:
Valtteri Raiko ?@vjraik
Andrew J. Bromage ?@deguerre
Hiroki Sayama ?@HirokiSayama
Andrea Gerlach ?@andreagerlach
Beautiful. Well, but it would have been even more beautiful if the code were copyable... =/