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Re: New Mathematica visualization website

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  • Subject: [mg58061] Re: [mg58026] New Mathematica visualization website
  • From: Jeff Bryant <jeffb at>
  • Date: Fri, 17 Jun 2005 05:19:30 -0400 (EDT)
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   Thanks for the compliment.  The webpage itself is manually created by 
hand.  No Dreamweaver or other tools, just manual HTML and CSS.  The 
animations are just animated GIFs exported by Mathematica.  All 
rendering and exporting was done by Mathematica, although I may have 
used Photoshop to resize some images to fit within the page. Animations 
have had no post processing done at all.

Concerning my name not appearing, it wasn't really intentional one way 
or another.  As kind of a side thought, I just never thought to include 
my name on this particular page since I was hoping others would submit 
their work.  I figured that since this page might include the work of 
others, I didn't want to mislead people into thinking that all of the 
graphics were mine (although currently they are for the most part). 
Company policy has nothing to do with it.  I'm willing to entertain 
suggestions on how best to incorporate your idea though.

I thought about linking the notebooks, I just haven't cleeaned them up 
yet or thought about how to link them up cleanly.  I was more interested 
in showing what was possible and so wasn't in a rush to get the 
notebooks up there just yet.  I now have a working idea on how to link 
them up, probably similar to the way its done on Mathworld.  I would 
expect that I'll start adding them soon, in a piecemeal fashion, 
especially now that someone has asked for them.


Murray Eisenberg wrote:
> 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.
>> 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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