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Agnes Orstadius
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Branch woes: Renaming & specifying
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Hi all,2 questions:- I would like to rename the branches of incoming data trees, see fig A. No matter the original branch names, I always want to rename them starting with 0, so {0},{1}, etc, and…Continue

Tags: pathgen, series, renaming, branch

Started this discussion. Last reply by Danny Boyes Jun 5, 2013.

 

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Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Hey,  great! We're currently playing around with the both the new component and the previous  "mesh convert finite element" component, & have some basic questions (ref "130606 connection test 2"): - with…"
Jun 6, 2013
Danny Boyes replied to Agnes Orstadius's discussion Branch woes: Renaming & specifying
"Question 1: Use [Replace Paths] Question 2: Use [Split Tree]"
Jun 5, 2013
Dedackelzucht replied to Agnes Orstadius's discussion Branch woes: Renaming & specifying
Jun 5, 2013
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Branch woes: Renaming & specifying

Hi all,2 questions:- I would like to rename the branches of incoming data trees, see fig A. No matter the original branch names, I always want to rename them starting with 0, so {0},{1}, etc, and keep the same number of branches.The way I'm doing it now has the inconvenience of only working for this particular number of branches, and I would like a more general way. Do I need a script or can I solve it with components, path mapper, etc?-Also, and this one is probably simple but I can't seem to…See More
Jun 5, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Hello again, had to start a new reply chain, seems we filled up the old one :) We've now moved on from Serpentine pavilion (thanks for all the help with that, we learned a ton!) to the results of our master thesis, a small wooden pavilion,…"
Jun 3, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Hello again, thank you all for the answers! They are extremely valuable to us. Our exploration continues, and now we have more questions: - Currently we have different normal forces in the 2 parts of each continuous  element (ie the ones…"
May 17, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Dear Jon, amazing! Here are some followup questions: What exactly is the need for a seek tolerance? Our current theory is that is helps the program find the nodes even after the structure has deformed - but then shouldn't it be needed for the…"
May 14, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Hello again, of course, thanks so much! Here is a base model (with a base curve rh file), and an image to explain the problem. Hope it is clear! We only modelled the roof to start with, once we understand how to make the continuous beams we will…"
May 8, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Oh, and other definitions from the forum and from the blog are working, including the parametric beam one (Michael's) and the mesh results one (yours). It's just the truss bridge that's acting cranky."
May 6, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"This is the connection that makes up the beam grid that I want to model: the pink is one continuous beam, with a hole in it, where the two green beams connect to each other with screws. So my issue is that in this connection, the pink beam will…"
May 6, 2013
Agnes Orstadius replied to Jon Mirtschin's discussion Oasys GSA in the group Geometry Gym BIM
"Hello, I am trying to model a global structure built out of separate elements (namely the 2005 Serpentine Pavilion) and analyse it using GSA & Jon's amazing plugin. I want to connect each element to the next, rather than fixing them…"
May 6, 2013
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Geometry Gym BIM

BIM (Building Information Modeling) enhancements for Rhino and Grasshopper, import/export to Revit, Digital Project, Bentley and Archicad amongst others.  Also Structure modeling (including analytic) and Computational Geometry Tools such as mesh relaxation/inflation and tessellation tools.See More
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Apr 9, 2013

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