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## Revision as of 05:09, 18 May 2019

**IFStile** is a cross-platform (Windows, Mac, Linux) freeware program that can:

- build any affine directed graph iterated function system (IFS) in the Euclidean space of arbitrary dimension (as 2D or 3D section)

- fully automatically find interesting fractal shapes, rep-tiles, multi-tiles, irreptiles, carpets, dragons, etc

- extract boundary of self-affine tiles as directed graph IFS

- compute dimension of the boundary of self-affine tiles (numerically and analytically)

- export and import Fractint IFS format, export Apophysis .flame format

- effectively zoom IFS fractals

- render high resolution images (with batch rendering)

- render keyframe animation

- create and save 3D mesh

Program uses special rendering algorithm that can unveil complex structures of the fractal.

When you save rendered image to PNG format, program automatically saves all parameters (IFS, palette) inside PNG, and you can load such PNG to the program to restore your workspace.

Online Manual

Animation rendered using IFStile [1] [2]

## Download:

Latest version: 1.8.1.7

**Setup (64 bits) for Windows 7 and higher**

**Portable version (64 bits) for Windows 7 and higher**

**Portable version (32 bits) for Windows 7 and higher**

**Disk image for macOS 10.9 and higher**

**Binary tarball for Linux (Ubuntu 12+, CentOS 6+, etc)**

## External links

- Rep-tile [3]
- Self-Similar Tiles and Related Figures [4]
- Tilings Encyclopedia [5]
- Fractal Curves [6]
- Rep-tiles [7]
- Mathmagic [8]
- Mathematical Tiling-Tessellation [9]
- Reptiles - The Poly Pages [10]
- Lots of Substitution Tilings [11]
- An algebraic framework for finding and analyzing self-affine tiles and fractals [12]