So i am trying to get inputs in an csv or excel file with 3 columns that where each column represents an x y and z for points that would be mapped in rhino? does anyone have any advice or a start to a script that could help me out. im just trying to create a 3d data graph.
thanks a bunch!
To import sets of points in a .csv file I use the Import command in Rhino and select .csv as the file type.
.csv files need to have the columns separated by commas. (csv is for comma separated values.) Excel can export in .csv format
If you have a file with x y z triplets which are not separated by commas then they should be in a .txt file.
oh; so i can bring the CSV into grasshooper; i just need help developing a script that takes the csv data into the variable points with grasshopper
so i am trying to map each number on the list to coordinates on the point here is the data if that helps!
Can you internalize the output of the
Read File component, before the text panel?
I see four numbers on each line, not three. Value of the last one are all between 76 and 93?
I’ve been trying to import live data from the National Buoy Center and having difficulties as their url is .txt not .xml. Having looked at previous threads I discovered a read file for URL addresses here:
http://www.grasshopper3d.com/forum/topics/read-webpage however, though this imports the data it does not update after applying a timer.
Does anyone know how to import and update data live from .txt URL addresses? Having also looked at GHowl it appears to favour XML format data? Could …
Here’s some test data from that other thread, internalized in the
csv file text param:
parse_data_2018Feb25a.gh (18.6 KB)