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cntenthusiast Posted - 07/13/2012 : 10:03:13 PM
Hello, I'm a chemist and I was asked to model Percolation Theory using Origin 8.1, but I have NO Experience using C++. I know some Basic, so I am familiar with the basics of coding and syntax. Basically I need some tips on the following:

Making a square grid, such as for all integers between 1 and 100.
Be able to plot random integers only on the vertexes on the grid.
When two adjacent vertexes are plotted, a line joins them.
When a complete path is formed from left to right, it changes color to signify it.
The graph displays: the number of vertexes with points plotted on them, and fraction of plotted points/total vertices.

Any help would be appreciated.

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dabaozha Posted - 07/19/2012 : 05:32:57 AM
I have just figured out. But I am not sure if this picture is the very stuff you need. By the way, we can polish it if you can provide the input parameters you want. I just used the xy dimensions and the number of random integers as the input.

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dabaozha Posted - 07/18/2012 : 06:57:24 AM
I am trying it. Just now, I paused at the last step: path-finding. I am seeking for an efficient algorithm to find out all the points in the connected-path.

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