# Plot a random open set with TikZ

How to plot a random set with TikZ?

• To down-voters: please do not down-vote without commenting. This question needs improvement, but it is not necessarily obvious to a new user what they are expected to do! @OP Please show us the code you've got and explain the specific difficulty you're having doing what you want. Do-it-for-me questions are not really fair ones to ask. If your image is appealing, often somebody will use it for purposes of procrastination, but if nobody takes a fancy to it it will just languish and be eventually closed. Answers are also usually more helpful when we know where you're starting from. – cfr Apr 11 '16 at 2:42
• In this particular case, I don't even know what you need. Something which just looks like a blob? Something pseudo-random? Really random? Should it be randomised on every compilation? Maybe 'random set' has a specific meaning to you, but to me it could mean anything: a set chosen at random from a specified set of sets; a set with n elements each randomly chosen from the universe of all non-sets; a set containing a random number of red balls; the set of Dickens's novels drawn in a random way; a random interpretation of a 'random set' from the set of all possible interpretations ... – cfr Apr 11 '16 at 2:46
• What is a random open set? – Paul Gaborit Apr 11 '16 at 8:57
• @PaulGaborit I didn't notice that the subject of the question didn't match the text. Mind you, I'm confused enough by the generic concept of a random set, so maybe that's just as well. – cfr Apr 11 '16 at 15:50

\documentclass[tikz, border=5]{standalone}