The iterative process starts with x=0, y=0. We could start with other numbers, but I am just lazy and have not provided an input box to change them.
One of the functions is chosen at random, and used to calculate new values for x and y.
These new values are then used in the next randomly chosen function.
After ignoring a number of iterations (to allow the system to settle down) each point (x,y) is plotted. After several thousand points have been plotted a shape should begin to emerge.
|Minimum x|| The value at the left hand end of the x-axis. By changing the minimum and maximum values,
it is possible to zoom in on any part of the graph.|
After changing the ends of the axes the fractal must be calculated again.
|Maximum x||The value at the right hand end of the x-axis. Must be larger than the minimum x value.|
|Minimum y||The value at the bottom of the y-axis.|
|Maximum y||The value at the top of the y-axis. Must be larger than the minimum y value.|
|Number of iterations||The number of iterations to plot. More iterations will give a better defined picture.|
|Ignore||The number of iterations before plotting starts. This allows the procedure to settle down.|