Description Usage Arguments Author(s) References Examples

This function will generate fractals by randomly assigning a point (i.e. a
seed) within a regular *n*-gon. Next, a point (*r*) is placed at
a fractional distance from a randomly assigned polygonal vertex. This process
is continued *i* times at the user's request.

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`n` |
The total number of points that will be placed on the image. |

`r` |
The fractional distance from either the seed or prior point in which the next point in the sequence is placed. |

`shape` |
Defines the polygon shape (triangle, square, or pentagon). |

`point` |
Size of the points placed on the graph. |

`c.vert` |
Allows or prevents consecutive vertices in sequence to be
plotted. Defaults to |

`title` |
Add descriptive title to graph. Defaults to |

Brandon Monier, brandon.monier@sdstate.edu

Barnsley, Michael F. "Fractal modeling of real world images." The science of fractal images. Springer New York, 1988. 219-242.

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