Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica
 

Scientific Visualization and Graphics with Mathematica

Maintained by Jeff Bryant

 
 
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Animations Generated by Mathematica

This page contains a number of examples of animations created in Mathematica. Click on the thumbnail to view a full-sized version. NOTE: Some of these may be large so be patient while they download.

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Mathematica Visualization - Modelling Prehistoric Creatures Modeling Prehistoric Creatures
Mathematica generated animation that models a prehistoric creature called Anomalocaris canadensis. Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com)
 
Mathematica Visualization - Ray of Light Shining Through a Raindrop Ray of Light Through a Raindrop
Animation simulating a ray of light shining through various points of a raindrop. Created using code submitted by Paul Nylander.
 
Mathematica Visualization - The Solar System Solar System Visualization
Animations that display solar system orbits, including newly discovered objects Sedna, and the "10th planet", Eris (2003 UB313). Created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com).
 
Mathematica Visualization - Accretion Disks and Mass Transfer Accretion Disks and Mass Transfer
Event detection with NDSolve is used to determine the location of impact of an incoming mass transfer stream onto an accretion disk of varying radius in a binary star system. Animation created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com). Spiral image texture created by Waylena McCully.
 
Mathematica Visualization - Protein Molecules from the Protein Data Bank Complex Protein Molecules
Visualizing molecules can be difficult due to the large numbers of atoms involved. Here, Mathematica represents an insulin molecule obtained from the Protein Data Bank. The resulting visualization contains nearly 15,000 points. Animation created by Jeff Bryant (jeffb@wolfram.com).
 
Mathematica Visualization - Modeling Pandemic Outbreaks Modelling Pandemic Outbreaks
Cellular automata can be used to model the spread of viral outbreaks. This example is based on population density and the spread due to air travel. Example created by Ed Pegg (edp@wolfram.com).
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