I 'm posting this as an example. I don’t have a specific question, just wanted to share and say thanks for implementing the treehelper functions in R6!
I was working on something today that required me to put values into a certain data tree structure using GHPython. I have used tree helpers to deconstruct existing data, but not too much with creating a structure.
Below is a stripped down example. The goal was:
- Create domains from input list of numbers
- Create Branch for each domain
- Check input Values for inclusion in Domain
- Sort values into corresponding branches.
import Rhino from ghpythonlib import treehelpers as th Doms =  newTree =  # blank "container" list to hold other lists # create intervals/domains from list of numbers in x intervals = zip(x,x[1:]) for int in intervals: Doms.append(Rhino.Geometry.Interval(int, int)) newTree.append() # add a new nested list to "container" list for each interval # from random numbers in y, see if they are inside domains just created for v in y: for i, dom in enumerate(Doms): if Rhino.Geometry.Interval.IncludesParameter(dom, v, True) == True: # test to see if value is in domain newTree[i].append(v) # append to appropriate nested list else: pass T = th.list_to_tree(newTree, True) # convert nested list to data tree
If you know a better way, (in GHPython), please post!
GHPYExample-TreeHelpers.gh (9.8 KB)