File: popcorn-help.pd

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#X obj 43 134 tgl 15 0 empty empty empty 0 -6 0 8 -262144 -1 -1 0 1
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#X floatatom 94 135 5 0 0 0 - - -;
#X text 79 201 Reset To Initial Conditions;
#X text 99 246 Modify Parameters;
#X msg 76 184 reset 0.1 0.1;
#X floatatom 78 398 10 0 0 0 Y - -;
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#X text 19 50 (This attractor is not continuous);
#X text 20 34 Chaos PD Externals - Copyright Michael McGonagle 2003
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#X obj 25 83 examples/readme-fractals;
#X msg 95 226 param 2.35155;
#X obj 43 347 popcorn 0.1 0 2.35155;
#X text 98 441 This fractal seems to allow is sole parameter to range
over a large range. As the value of the parameter rises \, so does
the Lyapunov Exponent \, but it does not appear to be linear.;
#X text 21 19 Popcorn Attractor (from Cliff Pickover);
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