Re: Gridded1dDoubleSet Problem

For a degenerate Set (multiple identical points) you should
probably use an Irregular2DSet and a DelaunayCustom (so you
can tell it what topology to use - the automated Delaunay
algorithms will also throw Exceptions on this).

Good luck,
Bill
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On Wed, 17 Apr 2002, Praktikanten-Account wrote:

> hello mailinglistEner
>
> i have a problem.
> i would like to draw a triangle with the x,y coordinates (0.5/0.5 |
> 1.0/1.0 | 1.0/0.5 | 0.5/0.5)
> i wrote something like this
>
>   x = new RealType("X", SI.meter, null);
>   y = new RealType("Y", SI.meter, null);
>
>  double [][] x_vals = new double[][]{{0.5,1.0,1.0,0.5}};
>
>  x_set = new Gridded1DDoubleSet(x, x_vals, 4);
>
>  double [][] y_vals = new double[][]{{0.5,1.0,0.5,0.5}};
>
>
> and he shows me after the start this Set.Exception
>
> Gridded1DDoubleSet: samples do not form a valid grid (2)
>
> i think that is because of the same coordinates and the
> Gridded1DDoubleSet.
> but which set should i use ?
>
> thanks
> larsson
>
>