The function baker(n,c) iterates the
baker's map on n points with starting locations c.
The function bakers(n,c) displays the first 8
iterations of the baker's map on n points with starting locations c.
bakercolor(n,c) uses color to display
the first 8 iterations of the baker's map on n points with starting
The sample output below is interesting: for randomly placed points, the
baker's map seems to mix correctly, but for regularly placed points, the
map seems to compress or coalesce many points into just a few.
The function baker_animation shows an
animation of the Baker's map. It makes use of
animatepoints. You can see an
animated gif of the Baker's map that is
produced by bakergif and
animatepointsgif. bakergif writes
many .png files to the folder frames. In Adobe ImageReady, use
File, Import, Folder as Frames. Click on the image, then use Image,
Crop to crop the pictures, then Image, Resize to make them smaller.
Then, File, Save Optimized to make an animated GIF.