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written by Julien Sprott
This site displays a new fractal image every day. It also includes images of many types of fractals, such as strange attractors and Julia sets, and it also has a section on the fractals found in nature.
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Restriction: © 1997 Julien Sprott
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Keyword: fractals
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Sprott, J. (2011, August 2). Sprott's Fractal Gallery. Retrieved July 24, 2024, from
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Sprott, Julien. Sprott's Fractal Gallery. August 2, 2011. (accessed 24 July 2024).
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Sprott, Julien. Sprott's Fractal Gallery. 1997. 2 Aug. 2011. 24 July 2024 <>.
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