UPDATE: Chemlambda collection of animations. is the version of the collection hosted on github. The original site is under very heavy traffic (in Jan 2020).
UPDATE: For example the 2 neurons interacting animation can be remaked online to look like this:
First you use the mouse wheel to rescale, mouse to translate. Notice the gravity slider position. This is an animation screencasted from the real thing which takes 8 min to unfold. But in this way you see what is happening beyond the original animation.
Btw, what is such a neuron? It is simply a (vectorial) linear function, which is applied to itself, written in lambda calculus. These two neurons are two linear functions, with some inputs and outputs connected.
Soon the links will be fixed (internal and external) [done] and soon after that there will be a more complete experience of the larger chemlambda universe. (and then the path is open for pure see)
In Oct 2018 I deleted the G+ chemlambda collection of animations, before G+ went offline. Now, a big part of it is online, at this link. For many of the animations you can do now live the reduction of the associated molecule.
The association between posts, animation and source mol file is from best fit.
There are limitations explained in the last post.
There are still internal links to repair and there has to be a way to integrate all in one experience, to pay my dues.
I put on imgur this photo with instructions, easy to share:
Use wheel mouse to zoom, mouse to move, gravity slider to expand.