# (Python3)- Use Turtle to make graphics- Random function to draw graphs

(Python3)- Use Turtle to make graphics- Random function to draw graphs

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Random function to draw graphs:from numpy import * from random import random import turtle turtle.reset() x = array([[.5],[.5]]) p = [0.85,0.92,0.99,1.00] A1 = array([[.85, 0.04], [-0.04,.85]]) b1 = array([[0],[1.6]]) A2 = array([[0.20,-0.26], [0.23,0.22]]) b2 = array([[0],[1.6]]) A3 = array([[-0.15,0.28], [0.26,0.24]]) b3 = array([[0],[0.44]]) A4 = array([[0,0], [0,0.16]]) turtle.color("blue") cnt = 1 while True: cnt += 1 if cnt == 2000: break r = random() if r < p[0]: x = dot(A1 , x) + b1 elif r < p[1]: x = dot(A2 , x) + b2 elif r < p[2]: x = dot(A3 , x) + b3 else: x = dot(A4 , x) #print x[1] turtle.up() turtle.goto(x[0][0] * 50,x[1][0] * 40 - 240) turtle.down() turtle.dot()

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