CIRCLE_ARC_GRID is a FORTRAN77 library which calculates a grid of points equally spaced over the length of a circle or circular arc in 2D.
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CIRCLE_ARC_GRID is available in a C version and a C++ version and a FORTRAN77 version and a FORTRAN90 version and a MATLAB version and a Python version.
BALL_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a ball in 3D.
CUBE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a cube in 3D.
DISK_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a disk in 2D.
ELLIPSE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of an ellipse in 2D.
ELLIPSOID_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of an ellipsoide in 3D.
HYPERCUBE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a hypercube in M dimensions.
LINE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a line segment in 1D.
PYRAMID_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of the unit pyramid in 3D;
SIMPLEX_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which generates a regular grid of points over the interior of an arbitrary simplex in M dimensions.
SPHERE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which provides a number of ways of generating grids of points, or of points and lines, or of points and lines and faces, on the surface of the unit sphere in 3D.
SQUARE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a square in 2D.
TETRAHEDRON_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of a tetrahedron in 3D.
TRIANGLE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a triangular grid of points.
WEDGE_GRID, a FORTRAN77 library which computes a grid of points over the interior of the unit wedge in 3D.
ARC is a set of 10 equally spaced points from 0 to 90 degrees, on a circle of radius 2 centered at (5,5).
PENTAGON is a set of 6(!) equally spaced points from 0 to 360 degrees. This is the easiest way to get a pentagon, but you should really edit the file and remove the last point, since it repeats the first one. The alternative is to specify that the angles range from 0 to 288 degrees!
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