algorithmic modeling for Rhino
how did you made it? which plug-in is it?
Well ... these are not plug-ins. They are code (C#) that "replaces" GH native components (in fact plug-ins are compiled pieces of code like the above).
Some results shown are quite probably doable with native stuff but some others use a technique called recursion where something does something and then calls itself to continue until a stop condition is satisfied.
Anyway ... forget these "details" and how these are made: for which case shown are you interested? (I guess: the last one that makes "random" rectangles within a given rectangle).
Well ... there's no reason for panic (for the freaky C# things, he he). BTW: You can use them as any "normal" component (or plug-in) the only difference is that when you double click on them you can have access to the code that does the job (avoid modifying the "text" there, he he).
But as I said forget the technical part:
Provide an EXPLICIT sketch by hand related with what you are after and we'll see what we can do about it (using as much "normal" GH components as possible).
Here's a small simple example just for fun:
A freaky thing makes some random rectangle collection and then redirects the result to a bunch of "normal" GH components for some morphing into a demo (internalized) surface.
For some "fun" more ... double click it and ...er ... change anything (but better avoid doing that, he he).
I will look at this
I did the grid as I said from surfaces..and deconstruct them
now I want with the attractors point (optional ways to cross the area)
to find few points that includes the most intersection with all the lines
here some print screen.. (I hope there is a better way to make this)
and if there is an option to connect each point to the other point in a smart way and not like I did manually..
Well ... In general "anything" is possible but ... I guess that you are new to this Asylum: meaning that you MUST post your definition(s) as well if you are asking for some help/opinion/ideas/alternatives etc etc ... since "diagnosis" via Images is not (yet) invented.
Moral: post the definition