@mcmcclur

Mark McClure

I'm a professor of mathematics at the University of North Carolina Asheville. I've also done a fair amount of consulting work over the years focusing on scientific and data visualization. I'm happy to be part of the first Observable Ambassador's cohort.

Public collections

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Explorations of the iteration of complex functions
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A collection of notebooks to investigate mixed self-similarity via digraph iterated function systems
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Notebooks to supplement responses on our forum or StackOverflow
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If a set tiles the plane, then its dimension must be two so it's not fractal. Its boundary might be fractal, though! This collection contains some notebooks that use iterated function systems to explore the possibilities.
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Visualizations related to gun violence in the US
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Mathy stuff
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Notebooks that illustrate ways to use MathJax
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A collection of tools and examples that make it relatively easy to generate 3D plots. (The Right Hand Rule image taken from Wikimedia Commons under CC: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Right_hand_cross_product.png)
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Notebooks to perform or visualize the analysis of sports
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Demos for class instruction
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Demos for use in the teaching of Calculus
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Notebooks for teaching Ordinary Differential Equations
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Tools that I incorporate into the teaching of my Statistics classes
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A place to put my 3D stuff