A library to generate fractals
FractPy: a python library for generating fractals
This library currently implements the generation of following fractals:
- Newton Fractal
- For Newton Fractal, this library can currently be used only for polynomial functions with real powers.
FractPy relies on
matplotlib - all part of the standard scientific Python stack so is easy to install on all operating systems.
How do I install FractPy?
The recommended way to install
fractpy is using Python Package index (PyPi), to install use the following command:
$ pip install fractpy
How do I use FractPy?
Here is an example of generating Newton Fractal for :
from fractpy.models import NewtonFractal model = NewtonFractal("x**8 - 4x**3 + x**2 - 6") p = model.plot(-2, 2, -2, 2, (1000, 1000)) p.show()
The above code will generate the following plot:
Full documentation is available here: https://fractpy.readthedocs.io/
How can I contribute to FractPy?
To install development version of this library:
$ python -m pip install -e ."[dev]"
Before you commit any code:
- Style your code automatically using black:
$ python -m black -l 79 .
- Also, please perform the following checks:
$ python -m pytest --flake8
All contributions are welcome, whether it be adding new methods of generating fractals, writing documentation, or fixing embarrassing bugs!
In the interest of fostering an open and welcoming environment, all contributors, maintainers and users are expected to abide by the Python code of conduct: https://www.python.org/psf/codeofconduct/
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FractPy is fully open source. For more information about its license, see LICENSE.
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