For presenting the analysis of optimisation results, Wallacei analytics works very beautifully.
I wonder if there is any similar way that the whole space of analysis including Pareto front results can be presented within Grasshopper? A 3D or 2D result graph with values of each objective function (fitness value) in each axis.
I wanted to create a 3D graph for my research paper, but I could not find how I can do it.
If Wallacei does not have that option, the only thing I can do is export all the results to another platform to create the graph that I want?
Thank you in advance for your help.
there is a component called objective space in wallacei analytics that does what you want (i think)… do you have a sketch of what you want the graph to look like? that will help me better understand what you’re after.
Thank you for your reply. I have attached three photos that exemplify the type of illustration I need for my paper. These illustrations present the results of multi-objective optimisation, considering three objectives. They include the results of all generations for each objective function, and one of these photos also displays the Pareto front solution.
After watching your videos on YouTube, I now have an idea of what I need to do. However, I would like to confirm if this is the best approach.
My question is: do I need to extract all the raw data from Wallacei and export it to another platform, such as Excel, in order to manage the data and create 2D and 3D graphs for the multi-objective optimisation results? I am uncertain about this method, as my optimization space is large, and I will have a large amount of data. Consequently, I should search for a suitable platform for manipulating raw data.
Alternatively, is it possible to create similar graphs within Wallacei itself?
Thank you once again for your assistance.