nwagner at mecha.uni-stuttgart.de
Thu Mar 16 04:09:27 CST 2006
Arnd Baecker wrote:
> On Thu, 16 Mar 2006, Nils Wagner wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> linspace is useful for one-dimensional objects.
>> Is there something similar for surfaces ?
>> I would like to build a uniform mesh on a cube (-R,R)^3
>> I mean collocation points uniformly distributed on each side of the cube.
> What about numpy.mgrid?
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That hits the spot, but how can I distribute N**2 points in the open
domain, that is points should not lie on the edges of the cube.
Please can you fill the gaps in
X,Y,Z = mgrid[ ..., ..., ...]
Thanks in advance
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