# Python

In Week 5 of my Geometric Measure Theory course, we&rsquo;ll be studying Lipschitz functions and various useful techniques for working with them. In this note I&rsquo;m going to discuss one of my favorite results from this week and show how I illustrated it using Numpy and Matplotlib. Neither the theorem nor the code are difficult, but I&rsquo;ve always wanted to visualize this theorem, and coding it is a nice exercise.
2021-01-24
7 min read
In Week 3 of the Geometric Measure Theory course I&rsquo;m teaching, an important class of objects we discuss are Frostman measures. An s-Frostman Measure is a measure $\mu$ in Euclidean space so that $\mu(B(x,r))\leq Cr^s$ for any ball $B(x,r)$. In this note I show how I generated illustrations of them using Matplotlib.
2021-01-14
5 min read