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Python: expected Brep, got Array[Brep]
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Hey guysI've been trying to resolve several problems today in trying to figure out how to use Rhino.Geometry. When I get to trying to pass the lofted surface out which I have created, I get the…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Petras Vestartas on Saturday.

Just some ideas I've had for 'potential' improvements to some components
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I don't know if these are actually useful ideas for other people, but I'm just going to throw them out there.Wouldn't it be great if you could have a synced panel? Where you could plug multiple data…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Christev Oct 18, 2016.

What exactly is the parameter of a curve?
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For the longest time, I'd assumed that the curve parameter was a range from a value of 0 to the curve length. However when I tried to evaluate the curve at the parameter of its length, as seen in the…Continue

Tags: parameterisation, evaluate, parameterization, parameter, surface

Started this discussion. Last reply by David Rutten Jul 1, 2016.

Simplest way to form a mesh out of diagonal panels?
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Aside from using a plugin, what would be the easiest way to turn a surface into an array of diagonal panels?…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Daniel Christev Jan 22, 2016.

 

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Petras Vestartas replied to Daniel Christev's discussion Python: expected Brep, got Array[Brep]
"Either  do like this: sc.doc.Objects.AddBrep(a[0]) or loop: for i in a: .....sc.doc.Objects.AddBrep(i)"
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Daniel Christev replied to James B's discussion Remap a set of numbers to 3 values
"This is one way you could go about it. Remap your numbers to a 0 To 1 range, multiply the output by the amount of values you want on the other side minus 1 (if you multiply by 3, your rounding will produce 0.0,1.0,2.0, and 3.0), and then you can you…"
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David Rutten replied to Daniel Christev's discussion Python: expected Brep, got Array[Brep]
"Yes, Loft may generate a collection of breps if something goes wrong and there's a gap in the shape. So you should test whether your array contains exactly one brep and work with that one, or if the array contains zero breps or more than one…"
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Daniel Christev replied to Michael DiCarlo's discussion simple point population with range of distance between points
"There might be a more elegant solution to this than recursion. We generate random values between your two ranges,and then use the consecutive domains function to extract an increasingly larger distance with all our increments, (included a…"
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Daniel Christev replied to Rebecca Ho's discussion Twisting lines
"can you link the video perhaps? More information?"
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Daniel Christev replied to ShynnSup's discussion Cull Curves that intersect with regions
"You can use the collision tool to check if there's an intersection event instead."
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Python: expected Brep, got Array[Brep]

Hey guysI've been trying to resolve several problems today in trying to figure out how to use Rhino.Geometry. When I get to trying to pass the lofted surface out which I have created, I get the error, "expected Brep, got Array[Brep]". Am I supposed to unpack this further, or what am I doing wrong?File attached below.Thanks…See More
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Soroush Garivani replied to Daniel Christev's discussion Test if Simulation has Converged in the group Kangaroo
"you can use zombie solver to always have the converged solution as the output. and use the iteration output as the boolean true."
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Test if Simulation has Converged

Is there a way I could output a boolean which would tell me if the solver (kangaroo 2) has converged to a solution? I'd like to use it on order to push a result through, similar to how a data dam works, but only once the solver has stopped calculating.See More
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Daniel Christev replied to Michele's discussion how to use rocket in the group Kangaroo
"Bumping this thread up. I've tried using rocket force several times to no avail... Doesn't seem to work even on simple set-ups? No Kangaroo 2 equivalent either for that matter?"
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Power Law in Kangaroo 2

Hey guysAs is the title, is there an equivalent for Power Law in Kangaroo 2?ThanksSee More
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Daniel Christev replied to Daniel's discussion loPath Mapper Remove one locus and move to separate branches
"Looks like I'm late to the party, all I have to add is the plural of locus is loci."
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At 8:54am on October 7, 2016, Arpan Bakshi said…

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