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Re: New Mathematica visualization website


Nice!  Especially the animations.

Do you care to reveal the technology involved?  (webMathematica?)  The code?

P.S. You have a link "My Homepage" at that URL, yet nowhere on the 
visualization page itself does your name appear!  (Modesty?  company 
policy?)


Jeff Bryant wrote:
>    I've created a website for my own visualizations with Mathematica. 
> Just wanted to share with the rest of the Mathematica community.
> 
> http://members.wri.com/jeffb/visualization/
> 
> If any one has other interesting graphics they've created and wish to 
> share, feel free to contact me and I will consider adding it to the 
> site, giving the author credit of course.
> 
> -Jeff
> 
> 

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