I want select all these shape as multiple curv in grasshopper and need to connect to list item and want to select shape which ever I want. But problem is while selecting the desired shape through list item single line shape is only getting selected as whole multiple curv shapes are getting split into single curve. I cant select whole shape 2 and 3 in once. How to slove.
BTW: In fact and with regard the general case you need an other type of clustering called HAC. Given any collection of randomly (jittered) sampled curves … spot the branch dimensions (blue) per root/child cluster(s) and what have to tell you about what contains what (and what is contained in what):
@DavidRutten any help on this
I shared my idea above
But you didn’t post any code/geometry data for us to work with.
- Attach minimal versions of all the relevant files
If you have a gh file you have a question about, attach it to the post. Do not expect that people will recreate a file based on a screen-shot because that’s a lot of pointless work. It’s also a good idea to remove everything non-essential from a gh file. You can use the Internalise Data menu option to cut everything to the left of a parameter:
Simplifying a Grasshopper network
If you are referencing curves or breps or meshes from Rhino, you can also internalise them so you won’t have to post a 3dm file as well as a gh file. If you’re unsure whether all the relevant data is internal to the gh file, try opening it in an empty Rhino. Does it work? Good. No? You’ll need to internalise more.
- Include a detailed image of the file if it makes sense
If your question is about a specific (group of) components, consider adding a screenshot of the file in the text of the post. You can use the Ctrl+Shift+Q feature in Grasshopper to quickly create nice screenshots with focus rectangles and embedded viewports such as this:
I post code now
I think this is what you are trying to do.
TreePath.gh (11.0 KB)
I’m getting this error do no why.
You have things plugged in incorrectly, look closer at my image or just download the file.
Sorry @Michael_Pryor as amature guy I made silly mistakes. any suggestions you have learn all these data management things.
tree_list_2019Oct7a.gh (22.2 KB)