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# julia-fractals-complex-plane

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Files
• index.html
index.html
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```
```<!DOCTYPE html>
<html>
<title>Julia Fractals</title>

<style>
body {
background: black;
color: white;
}
canvas {
border: 1px solid white;
}
</style>

<body>
<h2></h2>
<canvas></canvas>
</body>

<!-- Import math.js -->
<script src="https://cdnjs.cloudflare.com/ajax/libs/mathjs/5.6.0/math.min.js"></script>

<script>

// The HTML elements we are using
var canvas = document.querySelector('canvas')
var ctx = canvas.getContext('2d')

// The size of our canvas
var width = 200
var height = 200

// Set the size of our canvas
canvas.width = width
canvas.height = height

// The XY coordinates of the mouse over the canvas
var mouseX = 0
var mouseY = 0

// The point we use for C in our Julia Set equation
var constant = math.complex(0.28, 0.01)

// Turn XY pixel coordinates into a point on the complex plane
function pixelToPoint(x, y) {
// Map percentage of total width/height to a value from -1 to +1
var zx = (x/width)*2-1
var zy = 1-(y/height)*2

// Create a complex number based on our new XY values
return math.complex(zx, zy)
}

// Update the elements that need to change
function update() {
}

// What to do when the mouse moves over the canvas
function move(event) {
// Get the mouse's XY coordinates on canvas
mouseX = event.clientX-canvas.offsetLeft
mouseY = event.clientY-canvas.offsetTop

// Turn mouse coordinates into a point on the complex plane
constant = pixelToPoint(mouseX, mouseY)

// Round that point off to the nearest 0.01
constant.re = math.round(constant.re*100)/100
constant.im = math.round(constant.im*100)/100

// Update everything!
update()
}

// Trigger move every time the mouse moves over canvas