Welcome to Experimental Mathematics, a journal devoted to experimental aspects of mathematics research. It publishes original papers featuring formal results inspired by experimentation, conjectures suggested by experiments, and data supporting significant hypotheses.
Experimental Mathematics, refereed in the traditional manner, is led by a first-rate editorial board. A high standard of exposition is maintained, in order to reach as many readers as possible.
Cassini quartic with k = 1/8, but using the map with parameter a = 2. Bonifant et al. “Elliptic Curves as Attractors in P2, Part 1: Dynamics” Experimental Mathematics 16:4 (2007), 385–420.