- M. Pilant's course at Texas A&M, using our textbook.
- Jim Wiseman's dynamical systems course Math 85 at Swarthmore, using our textbook.
- Sutherland's course Math 351 at SUNY Stony Brook, using the same textbook.
- Logistic map for a>4 notes based on Devaney book.
- Wilson's course Math 312 at St Louis, using same textbook.
- Applied Math 3010 at UC Boulder, similar course, with excellent project ideas.
- R. Clark Robinson's Math 354 at Northwestern, with list of exams, and excellent project ideas.
- Liz Bradley's course at UC Boulder, CS. She also does chaotic dance algorithms
- Chris King's course at Auckland; some excellent links and applets, project ideas.
- The Cantor Set notes by Neal Carothers.
- Chaotic maps web notes collected by E. Demidov.
- Devaney notes on Mandelbrot set: I and II, and Mandelbrot interactive explorer notes (Devaney / BU). Mandelbrot and Julia sets anatomy web notes collected by E. Demidov.
- Fatou Theorem that basin of periodic attractor of rational complex map
must contain a critical point of the map is Thm. 8.6 in Milnor,
*Dynamics in one complex variable*(2006). It is proved in Chapter 8. - Dynamical Systems Web tutorials from SIAM working group.
- Kanamaru and Thompson's Chaos course page including double pendulum applet.
- Physics 123 course introduction to fractals and chaos, has good experiments.
- Double pendulum in Hamiltonian formalism from Eric Weisstein.
- Jackson Pollock paintings are not fractals after all, study from Case Western Reserve.
- General notes on exam and study technique (geared mainly towards final exams in intermediate-level math courses).
- How to do and write proofs (crucial for this course): notes by Larry Cusick, William Turner, and Craig Silverstein.
- Proof that determinant is multiplicative, ie det(AB) = detA.detB. For elementary row operation matrices E_i see here.
- Holzmann's notes proving every square matrix can be reduced to Jordan normal form (even the ones that can't be diagonalized; that's the point).
- Big Eckmann-Ruelle review (1985) on ergodic theory of chaos. Discusses numerical measurement of Lyapunov exponents in Secton V.C.

- Bifurcation diagram applet by Takashi Kanamaru and J. Michael T. Thompson.
- Beautiful animation of cobweb plots for logistic map as parameter a (which they call r) is varied.
- Interacitve Mandelbrot explorer applet, aka Fractal Microscope, from Shodor Educational Foundation.
- Mandelbrot and corresponding Julia set applet by Devaney / James Denvir (BU).
- Chaos for Java great applets from Brian Davies, ANU, Canberra.
- MAPLE tutorials, useful for symbolic calculation.
- List of computational resources from Boulder, CO.
- Box-counting dimension estimation in matlab. See the following demos, for which you'll need to download code by Frederic Moisy.

- Stephen Strogatz demo videos (local copy; originally from eCommons@Cornell
- Diana Dabby's chaotic musical variations and interview and 1996 paper

- Download the software from
Dartmouth
we have 100 or so on-campus licenses (to work you must be online in
`dartmouth.edu`

domain). - Susan A. Schwarz (email her if you have Mac OS 10.2 or earlier for install CDs) can help with installation issues.
- Dartmouth's Academic Computing Center's own Matlab tutorial sessions on Oct 4, followed by more advanced on Oct 17 (scroll down; sign up reqd).
- M. Pilant's Matlab examples
- Bent Petersen's Matlab starter page
- Robert Higdon's nice introductory notes
- My 1-page
`intro53.m`

code, and 1-page intro code from Linear Algebra (shows more matrix stuff) - Guide from Cambridge University Engineering Department.
- Simple intro from Utah, Hany Farid's intro reference, and Gilbert Strang's intro at MIT.
- Self-guided courses from Dartmouth academic computing: Introduction to Matlab, Programming in Matlab, and Introduction to Matlab Graphics
- Codes from our class: iter_hw1, iter_hw1_sol, beetle, explormap2d, explorbasin2d, iterdisc2d, lyap1d.m, cantorifs, julia, juliacolor, explormandel, henon_boxdim, henon_cordim, vectorize, potential1d, lyap2d, lyapflow (needs lorenz_time1map.m), henon_timedelay. henon_autoc. test_poincare (needs zerocross as the event function)
- ode45 tricks:
- if you call a function f(t,x) defined in a separate file, use ode45(@functionname, ...). Don't use ode45('functionname',...)
- If you want output at regularly spaced t values (useful for animations,
comparisons for lyapunov meas), do this:
tmax = 10; sol = ode45(@functionname, [0 tmax], ...); t = 0:0.01:tmax; % here you choose the t values x = deval(sol,t); % x now contains the soln's at these t values (cols)

- If you want to increase accuracy (you should always check that your
accuracy is high enough that your results don't depend on it), do this:
ode45(@functionname, [0 tmax], xo, odeset('abstol', 1e-12))

- For a Poincare section (catching intersections with a coordinate plane), see the above codes test_poincare and zerocross.