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Q1: I want to learn about fractals. What should I read/view first? A1: _Chaos_ is a good book to get a general overview and history. _Fractals Everywhere_ is a textbook on fractals that describes what fractals are and how to generate them, but it requires knowing intermediate analysis. _Chaos, Fractals, and Dynamics_ is also a good start. There is a longer book list at the end of this file (see "What are some general references?"). Also, use networked resources such as: http://millbrook.lib.rmit.edu.au/exploring.html Exploring Chaos and Fractals http://www.ncsa.uiuc.edu/Edu/Fractal/Fractal_Home.html Fractal Microscope http://is.dal.ca:3400/~adiggins/fractal/ Dalhousie University Fractal Gallery http://acat.anu.edu.au/contours.html "Contours of the Mind" http://www.maths.tcd.ie/pub/images/images.html Computer Graphics Gallery http://wwfs.aist-na.ac.jp/shika/library/fractal/ SHiKA Fractal Image Library http://www.awa.com/sfff/sfff.html The San Francisco Fractal Factory. http://spanky.triumf.ca/www/spanky.html Spanky (Noel Giffin) http://www.cnam.fr/fractals.html Fractal Gallery (Frank Rousell) http://www.cnam.fr/fractals/anim.html Fractal Animations Gallery (Frank Rousell)