Going back to the question of overlapping graphs, in this sample patch I would like to overlay 10 graphs of random numbers:
What I was looking for, was to use a single array message like:
[s array $1 (
passing the values to $1 from a [counter] ...but I haven't been able, it doesn't work.
So in that patch I created an object for each array in this way:
Same thing for messages to clear graphs, I was looking for something like:
[; array$1 const 0 (
but it only worked by creating one for each array.
If the graphs were 100, it would be difficult to do all this.
Regarding the quality of the graph: I have seen that no points are created but segments (evident in the image of your last post).
So, to draw a point cloud, remaining in pure data, soon I'll try with "data structures" , using for each point a circle of minimum possible radius. I just started reading some tutorials.
Otherwise of course I export the data (x, y, z) and use an external software. But I'm curious to see what I can do by always remaining in Purr-Data.
Purr-Data, when I use [prepend something] it always gives me a warning that says:
[prepend]: this object is a legacy replacement for prepend in cyclone library that is considered deprecated in pd-l2ork. Please use [list prepend] and [list append] instead.
So I should replace a single object with two objects:
[list prepend something]
In the patch above I tried to do this replacement, and it no longer gives me the warning.
It seems to complicate things.