So I have a 3D plant geometry on Rhino linked to grasshopper and I used the Deconstruct Box to this geometry.

This Deconstruct function gives me the x,y and z axis extremes for the plant. Let’s say I want to create a circle which has as radius the bigger extreme on the x axis ( ex: when i drag the mouse to the x icon on deconstruct, it shows -6 to 4 which are the 2 x axis extremes. What I want is a function to take the number 6 since its bigger than 4 and I want to input it as a circle’s radius).

What does that mean?

And what does that mean?

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I need a function that will take the bigger number from the -0.069122 to 0.071676 which is here 0.071676 so I can input this number into a circle function as its radius.

Deconstruct domain. Absolute value. sort. list item.

Thank you so much!

Unless you reverse the output of `Sort` or change the default `List Item` ‘i’ input from 0 to 1, that will return the smaller of the two absolute values, not the larger, eh?

X dimension of the box is (domain max - domain min)

Why you need only the max value?

Oh yeah. I forgot about that. Would have used -1 to get the last. Or maybe even the min/max component from heteroptera