# User Portlet

Todd Rowland
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If one distinguishes an orbit diagram from a bifurcation diagram, where the bifurcation diagram shows periodic orbits, then you can use the more modern ImplicitRegion, e.g., the fixed points (for X=1) are given by RegionPlot[ ...
Very nice. When looking for complexity it can be misleading, because it all looks complicated, but your visualizations are important for exploring these structures. These same ideas can be applicable to nontrivial 3D printing projects.
Brad, nice exploration. I am not sure if you are being playful when you say you don't understand the arguments to the CellularAutomaton function. I wouldn't use the offsets in the radius, but instead use weights, e.g.,...
The calendar year differs from the astronomical year.
Brad, this is pretty interesting. I will look more closely later, but a quick question is why aren't you using BooleanConvert[#, "ANF"] ? Is it the same ANF? What has me most confused in my original post, is that I can rearrange the basis...
Great project! You should see what Wiktor Macura did in 2004 https://education.wolfram.com/summer-school/alumni/2004/macura/ and published in Complex Systems https://content.wolfram.com/uploads/sites/13/2018/02/15-3-3.pdf He called these n-skip...
Yes, that's a good way too. You can't go wrong with powers of two.
Awesome. There are some NKS-related stuff from Stephen Wolfram in other formats like video and podcast at his website https://www.stephenwolfram.com/publications/?cat=new-kind-of-science but not the book itself. I think that somewhere else on...
I should mention that this one is symmetric. If a=b then b=a. > mc ai, cy jcm mc ai, mpbm ex mpi dwixmecj: upimpiy 'mex jcaziy ej mpi > tejq mc xwvviy mpi xzejkx bjq byycux cv cwmybkicwx vcymwji, cy mc mbgi > bytx bkbejxm b xib cv mycwazix, bjq...
Thanks, yes, that sounds familiar from a talk Eric Rowland gave. It is pretty neat though, and yeah, a little hard to explain in words.