This is for an animation project and I already have the core of the script (attached).
I imagine it’s a very quick job for someone who knows what they’re doing.
I’ve been playing around with this script which is used to generate ulam spirals based on the distribution of primes. I’ve already stripped out the prime generating part as I don’t need that and edited it to populate the squares of the spiral in a sequence of my choosing. In this case I paste in the positions on the spiral where I want them to be black. eg. position 2,5,7,23,45, etc. from the middle out. That works but I need it to be more dynamic. In this configuration I have to run the script manually each time to generate a new image and it’s very slow.
What I really need is to run a binary sequence through it of zeros or ones. Using a csv with a single column of ones and zeros as the source. One making a black square and zero a white one.
Is there a way to edit the script so that it has a sliding window of the spiral size (in this example script case of 361 squares), then creates image saved as "[login to view URL]", then loops to beginning deletes first number in sequence and generates image for that next 361 in the sequence and saves it as "[login to view URL]". And so on until the entire sequence has been run through…