Answer: yes! I made these in Photoshop using the Timeline and Layers menus. I imported the set of PNG image files via Scripts > Load files as stack. I rearranged my layers and then clicked “Create Frame Animation in the Timeline toolbar > Options ||| > Make frames from layers. I then saved them via Export > Save as Web (Legacy) > GIF.
The following two GIFs were made in Mathematica by defining a Table and Exporting it as a GIF. The animation speeds correspond to the size of the table increments.
My Final Paper: Variations on the Nerve Theorem, from Math 231a Algebraic Topology (Fall 2016).
Most of my efforts went toward the image processing portion.
Our final project for AC209 Data Science can be found here:
Our GitHub Repo: