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I am trying to loft between specific items in this data set. I've got to get the line 0 to loft with every other line 0, and so on for each item in each list. 

 

Please advise!

 

Ivan

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Flatten + Graft will effectively destroy your data structure. Remove those two components and you should be fine.

 

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David Rutten

david@mcneel.com

Poprad, Slovakia

I removed flatten and graft.

The Flip Matrix throws an error "All paths may only differ at a single locus"

How do I deal with that?

I can't see your entire data structure, but it seems like you have a three-way-split, then a 5-way-split on top of that:

 

{0;0;0}

{0;0;1}

{0;0;2}

{0;0;3}

{0;0;4}

{0;1;0}

{0;1;1}

{0;1;2}

{0;1;3}

{0;1;4}

{0;2;0}

{0;2;1}

{0;2;2}

{0;2;3}

{0;2;4}

 

You cannot flip this because this is more complex than a rectangular matrix. You're going to have to do the mapping yourself. Try a Path Mapper with the following masks:

 

{A;B;C}(i) -> {A;B;i}(C)

 

Which should give you a structure that results in 3 lofts.

 

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David Rutten

david@mcneel.com

Poprad, Slovakia

 

ps. the data inside the text panel is actually text, so be sure to modify the lines, not the text.

 

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David Rutten

david@mcneel.com

Poprad, Slovakia

Thanks David!

 

I used the Path Mapper, It worked like a charm!

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