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At 5:20am on February 8, 2019, ARYA AISHWARYA said…

Hello, I am trying to figure out the python script for minimal path algorithm for my thesis.

First I need to create a cube of any dimension.

Then randomly I need to specify one origin say point A and destination point say B.

Now for this point A,B I need to create a machine based network which will automatically enroute A to B.

Where angle will be constant 120,length can be varied, triangular nod e.using these constraints it will create a network.

Now, I should iterate the program in such a way that I should specify the further points say like A1 and B1 so on.
The program will contain a limit constraint where it will come out of iterations loop where it cannot more further form the network.

By this I will get a dense network of 120 deg branches.

Kindly guide

At 10:28pm on April 24, 2017, andres obregon said…

Dear Zach Downey 

I follow your tutorial on Designalyze 05 For Loop and Math Library, and I would like to ask you a question or to anyone who could explain to me, why, in the Rhino Python Editor, the points are drawn in rhino when the code is run, but How could I output the points in GH?

the list is different [()] and {}?

RhinoPython_Spiral.gh

At 10:20pm on April 24, 2017, andres obregon said…

 
 
 

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