*Visual Complex Analysis*website (a great book by Tristan Needham that got me more interested in complex analysis seven years ago), here’s a collection of many other websites with graphers, videos, etc. related to visual complex analysis. You’ve got to check out the videos on Doug Arnold’s website and the cool graphics on Hans Lundmark’s Complex Analysis website.

Then, from the Mathworks website (they make MatLab) some demo graphics of Functions of Complex Variables.

And from John H. Mathews website, the Complex Analysis Project, there are links to Mathematica Notebooks, Maple Worksheets, and lots of other complex analysis tools for your “toolkit.”

Well, that may not yet be enough resources for you, so just in case, let’s not forget about Wolfram Demonstrations, a search for the word “complex” produces (today) 154 demonstrations (here’s a link). Remember you have to first download the (free) Mathematica Player to experiment with those.

Can anyone tell I am procrastinating on my writing obligations this weekend?

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Well, I appreciate your procrastination!!! It sure beats the circles of radius R and regions Omega that my teacher keeps drawing on the board. Way more exciting! I knew this stuff could be cool!

Hooray for Maria and her Math & Technology Cult! This is why I’m a convert.

~Meg (the

complexcreature)P.S. I just ordered the book, too!

Hi Maria,

Now there’s a link to the Möbius video from my web site too. (I’ve meant to add it for a long time, but I’ve just been too lazy…)