
 The electronic density is shown by dots, using the feature of
AViz that enables continuous or discrete
variation of color to further help
indicate density.
Discrete (binned)
color variation, rather than a continuous
change actually gives better visualization insight.
 Wavefunction
densities from the analytic solution of the timeindependent
Schroedinger equation are calculated at a mesh of points, and dots (whose number
corresponds to this density) are drawn in uniformly random positions in the
volume element surrounding these points. MATHEMATICA was used for these calculations.
