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Sweep1 along a polyline

Hello everyone,I'm facing a small problem.…Continue

Started Jun 19

Tree manipulation thanks to path
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Hello everyone,I have two simple questions for you concerning the manipulation of data in a tree thanks to paths.The tree in question is as follows : (The data in the branches are not important)…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Radis Jan 27.

Order a tree
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Hello everyone,I have a simple question for you.I created 4 lists of 6 points (indexes from 0 to 6) and I'd like to create a tree which is composed of 6 branches gathering the point of same index.I…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Radis Aug 23, 2016.

Re-organise Tree Branches
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Hello everybody,I would like to order tree branches according to both following pictures.My tree is composed of branches gathering 4 points each.I have this organisation :…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Radis Jul 12, 2016.

 

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Sweep1 along a polyline

Hello everyone,I'm facing a small problem.I would like to make a sweep along a polyline using a starting section (two red lines, bottom left hand corner) and an ending section (two red lines, top right hand corner).I've just connected both sections to the sweep component.In the example above, there's no apparent problem.But in…See More
Jun 19
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Tree manipulation thanks to path
"Thank you for your answer. I've succeeded in finding what I was looking for."
Jan 27
phillip replied to Radis's discussion Tree manipulation thanks to path
"Hi, 1)split tree http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/datatree-selection-rules 2)path mapper http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/path-mapper-help-1 is probably best to get the fundamentals. p.s.: But yes, Tom, I am on your side and also…"
Jan 25
Tom Jankowski replied to Radis's discussion Tree manipulation thanks to path
"Hello, you shouldn't structure your tree like this, at least without knowing how to code. split tree with mask: {1;*;*} will let you get all having 1 at start"
Jan 25
Radis posted a discussion

Tree manipulation thanks to path

Hello everyone,I have two simple questions for you concerning the manipulation of data in a tree thanks to paths.The tree in question is as follows : (The data in the branches are not important)1) I would like to cull (or to keep) all the branches beginning with {1...}[Red rectangles on the image]2) I also would like to erase the…See More
Jan 25
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Order a tree
"Thank you man ! "
Aug 23, 2016
Hyungsoo Kim replied to Radis's discussion Order a tree
"One of the most recurrent questions. Try "Flip Matrix".  "
Aug 23, 2016
Radis posted a discussion

Order a tree

Hello everyone,I have a simple question for you.I created 4 lists of 6 points (indexes from 0 to 6) and I'd like to create a tree which is composed of 6 branches gathering the point of same index.I have this :list 3 : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6list 2 : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6list 1 : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6list 0 : 0 1 2 3 4 5 6and I want to group the points of index 0 in a branch, the points of index 1 in another branch and so on.I attached a file in which I generated the points.Thank you in advance for your help !Regards RedSee More
Aug 23, 2016
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"I figured it out ! In fact, I knew how to reorganise a list but for some reasons I had problems with branches. But I finally succeeded in manipulating my data using : - Series - List item  And inputting correct width and height. Thank you…"
Jul 12, 2016
nikos tzar replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Reading your definition, I understand that in the beginning you have your data organized the way you want them, then you change their organization and then you want to change it back.  I still believe that this is a mistake and it would take a…"
Jul 12, 2016
Hyungsoo Kim replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Is it what you are after??"
Jul 12, 2016
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Thank you but I made these data manipulations on purpose. The only thing I need to know is how to rearrange Tree Branches. That's why I wanted you to use the last component as a starting point."
Jul 12, 2016
nikos tzar replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Hello guys, Oussennan, I think you created some unneeded complexity in the middle of your definition. Why not do something like this:"
Jul 12, 2016
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Here is a simplified example."
Jul 12, 2016
David Rutten replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Yeah the things is I'd like to test my approach but I really don't want to spend a lot of time recreating the data. "
Jul 12, 2016
Radis replied to Radis's discussion Re-organise Tree Branches
"Here is the data corresponding to the first picture.  I just want to reorganise it as follows : {0} Point A Point B  Point C Point D {1} becoming {7} Point A Point B  Point C Point D and so on."
Jul 12, 2016

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