I just figured out that if you try the 32 bit version of Rhino it will not give you the mtrand problem when calling numpy.
There is a release for 64 bit from enthought, but not for free. It is possible to get academic licenses, but i have…"
"They have been implemented to the extend that Grasshopper can read extrusion and convert them to Breps. There is no 'real' support for Extrusions yet.
I saw you had the same problems i am having now to load numpy and scipy on IronPython editor at Rhino.
Message: Could not add reference to assembly mtrand
Do you have any hint on how to solve that??"
I trust you're well!
I'm looking at the Origami_example and when trying to opening it I get and error.
The message log reads "Data at the root level invalid. Line 1, position1" and the file wouldn't open.
I am having the same problem you had with inputting a surface.
Did you use this as your input line? pManager.Register_SurfaceParam("Surface", "S", "Surface to generate the grid onto",0);