algorithmic modeling for Rhino
Hello David,
after this discussion i thought a partition Tree could be another component.
i tried path mapper, split tree and divide branches but could not come up with the data structure needed, without many series or domain components etc.
Maybe i missed a possible solution there.
cheers
alex
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Interesting. I wonder what the input structure would look like. A ZUI where the number of inputs reflected the depth of the data structure to be imposed?
This is a rough pass that would look at if you wanted to create a path structure with three indices (you'd define the partition length of indices 1 and 2, and then index 0 would operate as a counter that increments when both index 1 and 2 are at 0):
Hello David,
i am not sure why there is a need for the first input. To control the increment renumbering position in the tree paths?
I believe having just the second input indicating each how many branches, an increment in the first path number happens is enough. But maybe i am missing needs you have foreseen, by adding the first input.
cheers
alex
spending more time on this i can see that the first input gives more control, ie for cases of uneven first index path partitioning, but also when partitioning and trimming back the tree to an new data structure.
Hi David (Stasiuk) :)
Thank you so much for this! Would it be difficult to get the I0 and I1 input to accept a list of integers instead of a single one?
I need to partition my tree with different different amounts of sub-branches and struggling to do this with strings. I've got the list of path that I need and the tree - I just don't know how to put them together :(
In a way I would need to custom trim the tree but at different location of the tree...argh.
I hope you can help,
Many thanks,
Arthur
I use pathmapper. It works.
{0;A;B} - {0;B;A}
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