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@Carl Love 

I didn't notice that condition on vertical travel only - that's a nice catch!

Thanks again for a very comprehensive routine.

@Carl Love 

This is a great piece of work and is most useful to help me visualize trails - exactly what I needed.

I'm very grateful for this -  thank you!

@Carl Love 

No problem at all  - that solved the issue.

I look forward to seeing the trail graph. 

Thank you!

@Carl Love 

Hello again, Carl. 

 I tried replacing your code and running Maple but am getting an error - invalid arrow procedure. I cannot find the source of this error. 

I was wondering  - did you build your routine into the worksheet I attached?

Thanks in advance.

@Carl Love 

This is most helpful - thank you for the quick response and elegant routine (as usual!)


Thanks for the speedy reply and solution. I appreciate this.

I have originally used your same recommended procedure - but the problem persists.

I suspect it is connected to Powerpoint (when I exported the file to another machine, it worked fine!)

Again .. I appreciate the help.


Thank you!

This adds another useful insight into this problem. Very useful, indeed.

I appreciate this.


I am extremely pleased with this proposal - both the content and the turnaround are impressive! 

Thanks so much for sharing this.



A nice alternative to the mmcdara solution ... much appreciated. Thanks for broadening my knowledge on this matter.


This is truly impressive ... I would never have figured this out! 

Your solution and response time to this request is very much appreciated, so thanks once again for the dig-out.


This is an approach I never thought of ... it's great to get this and the visual output is welcomed.

Many thanks for this. 


I did not realise the nature of my question was connected to this subject.

These insights are intriguing and I'll certainly research this subject further. Thank you for shining a light on this ... I appreciate your guidance .. it's very generous.


This is a nice routine and I thank you for sharing this solution - especially as a quick response.

Looking at your structure, do you think that it is possible to adapt this routine for the general case of n points so that it avoids the need to input all coordinates in the distance formula p[1], p[2], ..., p[n]?

I'm obliged!


Thanks very much for this.

I can now start to explore this subject in greater depth.


I appreciate your spline model and solutions - these are indeed, quite useful.

Basically, I sought an approximation to this repeatable pattern (point 13 being the same as point 1, and so on), however, I can certainly make use of this approach to expand the work.

Thanks again!

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