I am trying to create polylines from given points but I can’t manage to find a solution.
I have 12 longitudinal polylines and 25 transverse lines creating therefore 300 smaller areas.
It would be very useful if I could create these smaller surfaces, and then isolate the corners to create polylines (clockwise).
Could anyone assist?
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12 Lines crossing other 25 lines create a grid of 11*24=264 cells, not 300.
If i got it wrong, indeed, please attach some relevant data about your situation.
In the meantime, look at this areas.gh (10.3 KB)
Thanks for getting back to me.
First of all, I am working with GSA therefore I need to create polylines (for grid area loads) that follow the curve and it is important that the points are sorted around the polyline as shown in the snip.
I have 14 curves, intersecting with 4 transverse lines.
What I want to do is isolate each smaller rectangle from this intersection with each relevant curves and provide the coordinates in a clockwise way.
The very important thing here is that by the time i have splitted the slab into smaller rectangles, the final shape of those rectangles should follow the curve. The last picture shows an example of polyline i need to create but I am struggling by the time I divide the curve.
I am attaching you the script, to assist further with a different perspective.
(101.9 KB) RECTANGLES.3dm