No… Most of the final data is just multiple copies of the same thing. The item number is right, but not the values.
Here is the entire problem. I have 3 sets of data. One corresponds to an angle Alpha, a second one corresponding to a given length. And a final one corresponding to a second angle Beta.
I need to sort the first data within 2 degree range. Then match the data from the length within 2 m range with the result of this step. This just aranges the length data in the corresponding new sub branches. And the final step is sort this result using the second angle Beta within 2 deegree range… In the example file I upload now I am able to do it if I explode the data tree and do the sorting for every single branch manually. I must not repeat data just sort it according to 3 criteria.
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