Asked by Matthew Wong
on 5 Nov 2018

I have a set of 3-D points that represent the coordinates of a curve. I need to find the arclength and radius of curvature of this curve. How might I go about doing this? I've tried fitting the data to a polynomial but it doesn't seem to be working. Please Help!

Answer by Are Mjaavatten
on 16 Nov 2018

Edited by Are Mjaavatten
on 16 Nov 2018

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