#### Category : points

I would like to find the length between two points from an IFC model.This is an example of an IfcWall from the IFC model. #26322= IFCWALL(‘3vpWoB_K1EZ8RCaYmNGsB2′,#42,’Basiswand:Bestand 08.0:162343′,\$,’Basiswand:Bestand 08.0:161894′,#25861,#26318,’162343’,.NOTDEFINED.); #26325= IFCPROPERTYSET(‘3vpWoB_K1EZ8RCcT4NGsB2′,#42,’Pset_WallCommon’,\$,(#787,#788,#848,#25851)); #26327= IFCRELDEFINESBYPROPERTIES(‘0rDc6OePf5NBrNT2GfJ3hm’,#42,\$,\$,(#26322),#26325); #26331= IFCCARTESIANPOINT((12.5832056790716,5.54096330043285,0.)); #26333= IFCAXIS2PLACEMENT3D(#26331,#20,#18); #26334= IFCLOCALPLACEMENT(#140,#26333); #26335= IFCCARTESIANPOINT((4.24,0.)); #26337= IFCPOLYLINE((#10,#26335)); #26339= IFCSHAPEREPRESENTATION(#102,’Axis’,’Curve2D’,(#26337)); The IFCPOLYLINE has two Points (#10=0,0 and #26335=4.24,0.) and i would ..

I would like to generate random numbers for x,y within a certain bound. There already exist values for x,y which gives the boundary for the given object, see Figure. Now the goal is to generate more points within the bound. Unfortunately I dont know how to do this. Any help is appreciate it. Source: Python ..

I have been making this card memorising game for my school assignment, and this keeps coming out wrong. the code is if "K" or "Q" or "J" or "10" in (DECK1[int(x1)][int(sthlh)],DECK1[int(x2)][int(sthlh2)]): points[current_p-1]+=10 print("congrats !", names[current_p-1], "+10 points. you have",int(points[current_p-1]), "points.") and no matter what cards I open in the game, either they are k and ..

I have a list of row and col indices of a numpy array as shown below. I need to find and return the row and col index of the centroid of the closest spaced points. (array([1389, 1389, 1390, 1390, 1391, 1391, 1392, 1392, 1393, 1393, 1394, 1394, 1395, 1395, 1396, 1396, 1397, 1397, 1398, 1398, ..

I was given a code which builds a swiss roll as if it was an Archimedian Spiral in the x-z plane with a width in the y-th plane, so basically as a function of the radius (t) and of the width (l) x=t * np.cos(t) y=l z=t * np.sin(t) Eventually, I obtain the following Swiss ..

I want wo find out all extreme points of a function. This is what I have tried so far: import matplotlib.pyplot as plt from scipy.signal import find_peaks scale_factor = 0.01 peaks, _ = find_peaks(derivation) plt.plot(x_values[:-2], derivation) plt.plot(peaks*scale_factor, derivation[peaks], "x") plt.show() This is the output: The problem is that I would like to have all extreme ..

class Team: def __init__(self, team, win=0, draw=0, loss=0, scored=0, conceeded=0): self.team = team self.win = win self.loss = loss self.draw = draw self.scored = scored self.conceeded = conceeded def get_points(self): return self.win*3 + self.draw def get_difference(self): return self.scored – self.conceeded def get_table_row(self): return (self.team + " "*(20-len(self.team)) + str(self.win) + "t" + str(self.draw) + "t" ..