Grasshopper

generative modeling for Rhino

# Distribution on a list

Greetings. I am trying to design a louver, which consist of different dimensions of sticks. They are random arranged, either the space between them. My question is, how can i make a distribution on those space to make the louver look dense at some part.

Here' my method toward those space creating.

First, i create a numeric combination, so i got 3,9,15,30.

Second, i repeated the data until the length i want, and jitter them. Here's what i get:

30,3,9,3,15,9,30,30,15,3,3,15,30,9,3,3,15,3,3,9,9,3,15

Actually what i`m trying to achieve shown below:

3,9,3,3,30,3,15,9,15,30,30,15,30,3,9,15,9,3,3,15,3,9,3

My idea is, to make the center part look no so dense compare to others part, somehow

it's no a absolute looking in the final. What i mean is, maybe more [30] like 80% drop at the center part, 80% of [3] drop at the start and the end, meanwhile the others 20% [3] and [30] appear to be random in whole series.

Last, i will weave this set with other set which stand of the dimensions of sticks.

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The top is a unsuccessful result i get currently. The second is what i`m trying to achieve, but it`s too regular and too boring to me. Hope these two figure will help me explain more clear.

Ermmmm seem i found a way after discussion with my friend. Jitter will works in this case.

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