Phaser provides a powerful, yet inviting, computing environment specifically crafted for the graphical and numerical simulations of differential and difference equations, from linear to chaotic. Phaser has been designed to meet the needs of a wide variety of users whether they be general chaos enthusiasts, students, instructors, or researchers. Written in pure Java, Phaser can be used on multiple platforms, or to share projects freely across platforms.

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  1. Coomes, Brian A.; Koçak, Hüseyin; Palmer, Kenneth J.: A computable criterion for the existence of connecting orbits in autonomous dynamics (2016)