Partially insufficient is the modelling of irregular and complex forms using Euclidean geometry. On the other hand, fractal geometry allows irregular complex forms and structures to be expressed in mathematical terms. While fractal geometry appears to be irregular in nature, when analyzed, it is the structures in which a regular form is replicated throughout the picture. The fractal dimension is a numerical value of that form, showing the levels of complexity of shapes or objects in nature. It appears as the signature of many things. The method used in this analysis when measuring the fractal dimension is the method of box counting. It appears as the signature of many things. The method used in calculating the fractal dimension in this study is the method of box counting. A user-friendly interface is developed using the MATLAB GUI to more easily investigate and analyse biological, medical, architectural, geographical, astronomical etc. images of this method. The fractal dimension can be easily calculated by the user-friendly interface.
Fractal geometry, Fractal Dimension Calculator, Box-Counting Dimension Method, User Interface