Out Coloring Mode Menu Help

Fractal Zoomer

Out Coloring Mode Menu

  • Escape Time, is the default way of coloring areas. This means that
    the number of iterations needed, for a complex number to be greater than the bailout
    or for a complex number to converge in a root (Root Finding Methods), are used.
  • Binary Decomposition, uses the number of iterations if Im(z) >= 0 else iterations + 50.
  • Binary Decomposition 2, uses the number of iterations if Re(z) >= 0 else iterations + 50.
  • Escape Time + Re, uses the number of iterations + Re(z).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Im, uses the number of iterations + Im(z).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Re/Im, uses the number of iterations + Re(z)/Im(z).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Re + Im + Re/Im, uses the number of iterations + Re(z) + Im(z) + Re(z)/Im(z).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Biomorph, uses the number of iterations if Re(z) or Im(z) is inside the rectangular boundaries
    of bailout else iterations + 50.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Color Decomposition, uses (atan2(Im(z), Re(z)) / 2pi + 0.75) * 59pi.
    Its great for the Root Finding Methods, since every root gets a different color.
  • Escape Time + Color Decomposition, uses the number of iterations +
    (atan2(Im(z), Re(z)) / 2pi + 0.75) * 59pi.
    Its great for the Root Finding Methods, since every root gets a different color,
    plus the iterations for the convergence are taken into account.
  • Escape Time + Gaussian Integer, uses the number of iterations plus
    the distance to the closest gaussian integer, iterations + norm(z - GI(z)) * 90,
    where GI(z) = round(Re(z), Im(z)).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Gaussian Integer 2, uses iterations + atan(Im(w), Re(w)) * 5,
    where w = z - GI(z), GI(z) = round(Re(z), Im(z)).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Gaussian Integer 3, uses iterations + Re(w),
    where w = z - GI(z), GI(z) = round(Re(z), Im(z)).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Gaussian Integer 4, uses iterations + Re(w) + Im(w),
    where w = z - GI(z), GI(z) = round(Re(z), Im(z)).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Gaussian Integer 5, uses iterations + Re(w) + Im(w) + Re(w)/Im(w),
    where w = z - GI(z), GI(z) = round(Re(z), Im(z)).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Algorithm, uses iterations + atan(Im(w), Re(w)) * 4,
    where w = z_(n) - z_(n-1).
  • Escape Time + Algorithm 2, uses iterations + atan(Im(w), Re(w)) * 8,
    where w = z - sin(z).
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Distance Estimator, uses the distance to the nearest point on the boundary.
    While using this option all the Functions, except Mandelbrot, will be disabled.
    While using this option, Initial value, and Perturbation option will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Escape Radius, uses iterations, the norm, and the argument.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Grid, uses iterations, the norm, and the argument.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Banded, uses an iteration based color algorithm.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Field Lines, uses iterations, the norm, and the argument.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • Escape Time + Field Lines 2, uses iterations, the norm, and the argument.
    While using this option all the Root Finding Methods will be disabled.
  • User Out Coloring Method, lets you define your own coloring algorithm.
    While using this option, every time you select a new fractal function,
    the formula will be reseted.