I have a collection of curves from which I would like to find the point at which the curves have “x” slope.
To do this I first divide the curve by many points and test the nearest to “x”.
It works fine for this little amount of curves, but I have much more, and if I want more precision I need to divide by 1000 instead of 100. That means a lot of data, and all the components after the first division take quite some time to calculate.
So I wonder, isn’t there a better way? Thank in advance.
EDIT: For anyone interested, the original definition is calculating slope in degrees. The slider says Slope(%), but it is actually (°).
To measure the slope in percent you need to calcualte the TAN of the angle in radians and multiply times 100.
Slope on Curve_percentage.gh (14.1 KB)