Funiter (short for function iteration) is an application developed for educational purposes as a laboratory, generating graphs of several types for iteration of real and complex functions, with comfortable switching between related types of graphs. Originally developed in the context of courses at the University of Nijmegen (Netherlands) for highschool students with a special interest in beta-studies.
See "About Funiter" for more detailed information regarding the version numbers.
[Januari 23, 2010]
A new version of Funiter is available: Funiter 2.4.0. This release adds new features compared to version 2.3.5, but also fixes a number of bugs from the two alfa versions (2.4.0a1 and 2.4.0a2):
- More complex functions (z^3+c, z^4+c and 'user defined')
- Support for more colors, including import of .map files from Fractint.
- Support for configuration files (.ini), including the use of extra features not found in the menu-system and 'direct-mode' to skip menu's at start.
See CHANGES for more information.
Due to changes in the language file, there's a list with modifications for dutch.mnu: http://www.funiter.org/Funiter/Notes/README.240.
[November 18, 2009]
In the mean time, work on the new version (2.4.0) is progressing. For more information you may want to take a look at the messages I recently posted on the Funiter mailinglist: Thoughts on the future of Funiter. and Thoughts on Funiter releases.
Comments are welcome!
[March 25, 2009]
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