# Beautiful Visualizations ๐

This section focuses on explaining scientific and tech concepts through visualizations. Each guide has three main components:

1. Develops intuitive understanding of the concept.
2. Provides implementation in Python or Javascript.
3. Contains at least one animated visualization.

## Convergence of T-distribution to Normal Distribution. Visualized!

How the t-distribution approaches the normal distribution as the degrees of freedom increase.

## The Barnsley Fern: Ferns Seen as Fractals (not only as plants)

Ferns can also be fractals. Generate and plot the Barnsley Fern fractal in Python using Matplotlib

## Sierpiลski Triangle: Fractal Christmas Tree

Ho Ho Ho! Mery Christmas!

## The holy grail of mathematics: animated visualization of the Riemann Zeta zeros

Not an ordinary function, animating the zeros of the Riemann Zeta function in Python using Matplotlib

## Chaotic Beauty: Bifurcation Diagram Animation with Matplotlib

It is strange how seemingly simple things turn out to be so chaotic.

## Julia Set: Animate your own in Python with Matplotlib

The mind-gobbling properties of the Julia Set through the prism of visualization

## Visualized Koch Snowflake in Python with Matplotlib

How to mathematically construct a perfect snowflake?

## This is why the Mandelbrot sets are amazing!

Implement and make a visualization of the Mandelbrot set. All in Python with Matplotlib

## Calculation of the Circleโs Area Explained Visually

less than 1 minute read

How to numerically calculate the area of a circle in Python

## Riemann Sums

less than 1 minute read

Animated Visualization of the Riemann Sums using Matplotlib

## Reflection Principle of Brownian Motion

less than 1 minute read

Visualization of the Brownian Motion Reflection Principle with Matplotlib

## The million possible paths of a single random process

less than 1 minute read

Monte Carlo simulation of a single Geometric Brownian Motion

## Zero Mean, Infinite Variance

less than 1 minute read

The Geometric Brownian Motion can have zero mean and infinite variance

## Pi Approximation

less than 1 minute read

Visualized approximation of Pi by randomly drawing points

## Volatile Brownian Motion

less than 1 minute read

Animation of Brownian Motion with Volatility with Matplotlib

## Biased Brownian Motion

less than 1 minute read

Animation of Brownian Motion only with Drift with Matplotlib

## Brownian Motion Construction

less than 1 minute read

Convergence of the Simple Random Walk to a Brownian Motion with Matplotlib

## Simple Random Walk

less than 1 minute read

Animated visualization of simple random walk with Matplotlib

## Interactive Graph Visualization at its Finest

less than 1 minute read

JDK class dependency as an interactive graph using Cytoscape JS

## Parallel Coordinates Laptops Visualization

less than 1 minute read

Laptop Visualizations using Parallel Coordinates plot generated with D3 JS