Is it possible to use Math.NET Numerics from GHPython?
I’m asking this for my son which got interested when I hinted about Rhino/Grasshopper for some work he’s doing (I’m not using GHPython myself so I don’t even know how to try if it would work).
I don’t see why not. You would need to place the Math.NET libraries in a location that the python script could load them using
I think it’s still all valid.
Another option would be Rhino3dm in CPython alongside numpy et al, depending on what he is doing
Rhino3dm is still missing stuff.
What “stuff” do you need? I only add functionality as it is needed
A while ago I tried creating point cloud and simply didn’t work as expected. I assumed it is still incomplete.
If I remember correctly it is the AddRange that was missing.
Thanks, I added this feature request and will try to get to it soon
https://mcneel.myjetbrains.com/youtrack/issue/RH3DM-33 is now fixed.
A new version of rhino3dm (0.6.0 ) is now available through pypi.org that contains PointCloud additions as defined at