Factor Visualization

Factor visualization pattern


Description

This is something i thought of when i was bored in class. Basically, every pixel from the top left extending down or to the right represents a whole number. The farther you go in either direction away from the top left, each pixel will be +1 more in its value. This is what that would look like.

0 1 2 3 . . .

1

2

3 . . .

So now we have this table that has a range of numbers on it, now what?

What we do now is we find if each number on the left factors into the number on the top, and if it does, we put a pixel or a mark there. That would look something like this

0 1 2 3 . . .

1 # # #

2 —#

3 ——# . . .

Keep doing this process with a big enough table, and some patterns appear. I hope this description helps you understand what is going on with the program. Have fun and see how you can modify it to make different patterns!


Latest Release Notes

3 - Oct. 27, 2020, 12:17 a.m.

Comments in the code, and an autofocus to the app function so that you don’t accidentally turn it off while its calculating


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