MiniQhull (Qhull-based Delaunay triangulation).

The `MiniQhull`

julia package provides a single function `delaunay`

overloaded with 3 methods:

`delaunay(dim::Integer, numpoints::Integer, points::AbstractVector) -> Matrix{Int32}`

Compute the Delaunay triangulation of a cloud of points in an arbitrary dimension `dim`

. The length of vector `points`

must be `dim*numpoints`

. Vector `points`

holds data in "component major order", i.e., components are consequitive within the vector. The returned matrix has shape `(dim+1, nsimplices)`

, where `nsimplices`

is the number of
simplices in the computed Delaunay triangulation.

`delaunay(points::AbstractMatrix) -> Matrix{Int32}`

In this variant, the cloud of points is specified by a matrix with `size(matrix) == (dim, numpoints)`

.

`delaunay(points::AbstractVector) -> Matrix{Int32}`

In this variant, the cloud of points is specified with a vector of `dim`

-element vectors or
tuples. It is also possible to use a vector of other tuple-like types, like `SVector`

from
StaticArrays.jl.

You can override the default set of flags that Qhull uses by passing
an additional `flags`

argument:

```
delaunay(dim::Integer, numpoints::Integer, points::AbstractVector, flags::AbstractString) -> Matrix{Int32}
delaunay(points::AbstractMatrix, flags::AbstractString) -> Matrix{Int32}
delaunay(points::AbstractVector, flags::AbstractString) -> Matrix{Int32}
```

The default set of flags is `qhull d Qt Qbb Qc Qz`

for up to 3 dimensions, and `qhull d Qt Qbb Qc Qx`

for higher dimensions. The flags you pass override the default flags, i.e. you have to pass all the flags that Qhull should use.

```
using MiniQhull
dim = 2
numpoints = 4
coordinates = [0,0,0,1,1,0,1,1]
connectivity = delaunay(dim, numpoints, coordinates)
# output
3×2 Array{Int32,2}:
4 4
2 3
1 1
```

```
using MiniQhull
coordinates = [0 0 1 1; 0 1 0 1]
connectivity = delaunay(coordinates)
# output
3×2 Array{Int32,2}:
4 4
2 3
1 1
```

```
using MiniQhull, StaticArrays
dim = 5
npts = 500
pts = [SVector{dim, Float64}(rand(dim)) for i = 1:npts];
flags = "qhull d Qbb Qc QJ Pp" # custom flags
connectivity = delaunay(pts, flags)
```

`MiniQhull`

is a registered Julia package. `MiniQhull`

can be installed using the command:

```
pkg> add MiniQhull
```

`MiniQhull`

depends two binary dependencies which are build for all Platforms by BinaryBuilder: