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Rahul Ponginan

Reorder Measures acording to ascending X

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Here is another quick help, which might be interesting.


I came across that my measures in Hyperview have not always been in the "right" order. Thus relating to abnormal curves in Hypergraph.


Is there a way to quickly Sort my Measures in ascending X Direction?


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Manuel,


Looks like the x value of this entity changes in that irregular manner, its value does not change increasingly.


If it is just a few values you can cut,> insert and paste it in the right location using the buttons on the right of the value table.


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No I have to clarify.


This are measures I pic and that are several nodes which are not selected in increasing x direction.


It is a single curve of more Y-Displacement Values on Entity X. And I want to sort them that I have a line.


The buttons dont help at all if I have like a thousand nodes.


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Manuel,

So you have several nodes and each node has a y displacement value plotted with respect to the nodal x coordinate, sorted in ascending x vector,

You can easily sort the curves to achieve your requirement

Once you have the measure curve
Go to define curve,
click on add to add a curve
change the radio button to math
and use the sort function

assume your source curve is p1w1c1.
sort(0,p1w1c1.x)
as x and
sort(0,p1w1c1.x,p1w1c1.y)
as y.

You can copy the curve using shift and clicking on the curve, so you do not need to type in p1w1c1 etc this will be automatically entered if you use shift and click on the curve, if you use control + shift you will get the other vector i.e. in the y field if you control + shift and click on the curve you will get the x value

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