--- a/PDL/Book/graphics_3d.pod +++ b/PDL/Book/graphics_3d.pod @@ -281,7 +281,7 @@ that later. Then, there are---of course---lines. As a fun demo of lines, -let's plot a number of flowlines moving in the Lorenz attractor. +let's plot a number of flow lines moving in the Lorenz attractor. As you may know, the Lorenz attractor is described by =for asciitex @@ -365,7 +365,7 @@ line3d [$tim, $ys, $zs], [$col, $tim , 1-$col]; -This yields a much clearer plot of the chaotic behaviour when the +This yields a much clearer plot of the chaotic behavior when the lines diverge with time. =for html <img WIDTH=300 src="graphics_3d/timeseries-lorenz.png"> @@ -386,7 +386,7 @@ solid surface. On slow machines this can be of great help. Finally, there are two commands for quickly painting strictly -rectangular truecolor images: C<imagrgb> and C<imagrgb3d>. This can be +rectangular true color images: C<imagrgb> and C<imagrgb3d>. This can be demonstrated by Tuomas J. Lukka's 4-liner: use PDL; use PDL::Graphics::TriD;$a=zeroes 300,300;$r=$a->xlinvals(-1.5, @@ -432,7 +432,7 @@ objects of more than one resolution on the same graph, then you do need to do so explicitly. As an example we'll use some fractal mountain code by Tuomas J. Lukka from the 3D Gallery. Unlike with -the mandelbrot that has a well-known algorithm, this code we'd +the Mandelbrot that has a well-known algorithm, this code we'd just better format clearly from the start (the parameters have also been slightly modified and the code has been modified to plot all the iterations on top of each other).