algorithmic modeling for Rhino

- Topic: Adding two lists by index value
- List 1 + List 2 = Combined List List 1: 1 2 3 4 List 2: 5 6 7 8 Combined list would look like: 1 + 5 = 6 2 + 6 = 8 3 + 7 = 10 4 + 8 = 12 That is: 6 8 10 12 …
- Added by Arpan Bakshi at 2:02pm on July 28, 2012

- Topic: Tree/Branch comparison to Arrays
- , branches, and trees. This is currently how I think of it: A 'point' component with 5 points will generally be compared to a 1-dimensional array with 5 indices. If we flip this "path" then it becomes a 2-dimensional array looking like this [5][1]. Although it seems like Grasshopper does not iterate through these 'arrays' as one would assume. Also, the question arises when we have a "tree" whose "paths" looks like: {0;0;0} (5) {0;0;1} (5) {0;1;0} (5) {0;1;1} (5) {1;0;0} (5) {1;0;1} (5) {1;1;0} (5) {1;1;1} (5) For example. Anyone have any insight here? Or where insight may be found. Thanks!…
- Added by Adam Laskowitz at 3:12pm on August 28, 2012

- Topic: Untitled
- ) 3. KeyError(1417,) 4. KeyError(1417,) 5. KeyError(1417,) 6. KeyError(1417,) 7. KeyError(1417,) 8. KeyError(1417,) 9. KeyError(1417,) 10. KeyError(1417,) 11....... i tried different weather file but also same result. it seems i have same problem. the file am working on is the radiation file i took from the examples . whats seems to be the problem? thank you for your time…
- Added by ahmad nour to Ladybug Tools at 5:20am on January 12, 2016

- Comment on: Topic 'closest point, intersection'
*be change in what way? …*- Added by djordje at 6:15pm on November 17, 2012

- Comment on: Topic 'Klein Bottle Equation Problem'
*Cos(v)*Sin(u)-80*(Cos(u))^5*Cos(v)*Sin(u)+80*(Cos(u))^7*Cos(v)*Sin(u))…*- Added by Daniel Christev at 7:30pm on January 20, 2016

- Topic: Populate Tree Branches with duplicated data
- 1: {0} N=5 {1} N=6 and a tree 2: {0;0} N=1 {0;1} N=1 ... {0;18} N=1 {1;0} N=1 {1;1} N=1 ... {1;19} N=1 I want to basically modify Tree 1 in order to get {0;0} N=5 {0;1} N=5 ... {0;18} N=5 {1;0} N=6 {1;1} N=6 ... {1;19} N=6 which is the Tree 1 with the structure of Tree 2 and the items of Tree 1 {0} branch populated at each {0;*} branch of Tree 2 and the items of Tree 1 {1} branch populated at each {1;*} branch of Tree 2. …
- Added by Georgios Papadogeorgakis at 5:46pm on August 24, 2017

- Comment on: Topic 'Multi domain slider'
*Thanks Alex, but in the example parameters are independent so you can put any value in any slider... I´m looking for something that has 2 limited values, from 1 to 5 and 7 to 10 for example*- Added by Daniel Sosa Ibarra at 2:59pm on December 11, 2015

- Comment on: Topic 'Cull identical Curves'
*ne 0 2 3 came from point 3 ...…*- Added by Robert Megel at 5:09am on December 28, 2012

- Comment on: Topic 'number slider request'
*rated by "<" symbols. Examples: "2<10", "2<4<10", "Pow(2, 1)<5*Sin(3)<10". The entered text contains 2 or 3 segments separated by two or more consecutive dots. Examples "2..10", "2..4..10", "Pow(2, 1)....5*Sin(3)..10". If only two segments are provided, then the initial value will be the same as the minimum value. If a bounds number or a default value is written as a simple number, then the number of decimal places will be harvested. I.e. "2..4..10" is not the same as "2..4..10.00" as the former will result in an integer slider and the latter in a slider with two decimal places. -- David Rutten david@mcneel.com Poprad, Slovakia…*- Added by David Rutten at 10:08am on February 15, 2013

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