generates a plot representing the rule for the computational system sys.
generates a plot of the evolution of the system sys from initial condition init for t steps.
generates a plot of the evolution evol assuming it is derived from a system of the form sys.
Details and Options
- Possible computational systems sys include:
CellularAutomaton[spec] cellular automaton TuringMachine[spec] Turing machine SubstitutionSystem[spec] substitution system BooleanFunction[spec] Boolean function
- RulePlot works with 1D and 2D systems.
- Options include:
Appearance Automatic overall appearance ColorRules Automatic rules for determining colors from values Frame True whether to draw a frame around rule cases FrameStyle Automatic the style to use for a frame Mesh Automatic whether to draw a mesh MeshStyle Automatic the style to use for a mesh PlotLegends None legends to include PlotMarkers Automatic markers for Turing machines, etc. PlotTheme $PlotTheme overall theme for the rule plot Spacings Automatic horizontal and vertical spacings
- Possible appearance elements include:
"Contiguous" no space between states "Stacked" small space between states "Arrow" draw an arrow between states "Squares" squares for cells "Bricks" bricks for cells "Hexagons" hexagons for cells "Simplified" simplified rule cases "Short" show shortened list of rules
- Possible plot legend forms include:
"Icon" use an icon as the legend "Text" use text as the legend expr arbitrary plot legend
- In the form RulePlot[sys,evol], specific rules are typically ignored; only the implicit or explicit specification of number of colors, states, etc. is used.
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Basic Examples (5)
Use RulePlot to display the history, using information on the rule to determine the form: