To be fair, I just now looked up:
I have searched sets of key words, periodically, and for many years.
Nothing demonstrating facetted generation of helices, in Rhino specifically, came up on google/images. I did find this book which looks great for someone who is looking for leads to start a productive career, and to begin from scratch, (like a youth). “Essential Algorithms and Data Structures for Computational Design in Grasshopper”.
These particular buttons provoked interest
The built in, follow along guide, inside grasshopper looks intriguing and clever, but I hold off until I can find a direct see-and-do helical manipulation with a facetted output, perhaps something like a helix toolbox…
However clicking spiral did this:
My analogy: I’ve worked physical construction my whole life and renting my first excavator was great, even without specific, prior training. Within an hour I was working very productively, because I had no time to go and look for training.
I have generally been self taught without formal education, (except for a technological correspondence course in 1975, using snail mail).
Same with buying my first 386 PC in 1992. I had no idea what to do with the black screen and a C prompt, until agonizing through the manual it said something about typing “win”. Presto, Windows 3.1 came up, to point and click things.
That will be my start with Grasshopper, pointing, clicking, typing helix and facet…