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ComfyUI Node: Batch Float Math (mtb)

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Batch Float Math (mtb)

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Batch Float Math (mtb) Description

Perform batch float math operations efficiently for AI artists, streamlining numerical adjustments uniformly.

Batch Float Math (mtb):

The Batch Float Math (mtb) node is designed to perform mathematical operations on batches of floating-point numbers, enabling you to manipulate and transform these values efficiently. This node is particularly useful for AI artists who need to apply consistent mathematical transformations across multiple data points, such as normalizing values, filling arrays with specific values, or assembling multiple batches into a single stream. By leveraging this node, you can streamline your workflow and ensure that your data is processed accurately and uniformly, which is essential for tasks that require precise numerical adjustments.

Batch Float Math (mtb) Input Parameters:


This parameter accepts a list of floating-point numbers (FLOATS) that you want to process. The values in this list will be subjected to the mathematical operations defined by the node. The input list can vary in length, and the specific operation applied will depend on the node's configuration and function.


This parameter determines the direction in which values are added when filling a batch float. It can be set to either "head" or "tail", with the default being "tail". If set to "head", the values will be added to the beginning of the list; if set to "tail", they will be added to the end. This parameter is crucial for controlling the order of the values in the resulting list.


This parameter specifies the floating-point number (FLOAT) that will be used to fill the batch float. The default value is 0.0. This value is added to the list until it reaches the target length specified by the count parameter. It allows you to ensure that the list has a consistent length by filling it with a specific value.


This parameter defines the target length (INT) of the batch float after filling. The default value is 1. If the current size of the list is less than the target count, the node will add the specified value to the list until it reaches the desired length. This parameter is essential for ensuring that the list meets the required size for further processing.


This parameter is a boolean (BOOLEAN) that determines whether the batches of floats should be assembled in reverse order. The default value is False. If set to True, the node will reverse the order of the batches before assembling them into a single stream. This parameter is useful for controlling the sequence of the values in the final output.

Batch Float Math (mtb) Output Parameters:


This output parameter provides a list of normalized floating-point numbers (FLOATS). The values in this list are scaled to a range between 0 and 1, based on the minimum and maximum values in the input list. Normalization is essential for ensuring that the data is within a standard range, which can improve the performance of subsequent processing steps.


This output parameter returns the processed list of floating-point numbers (FLOATS) after applying the specified mathematical operations. The exact nature of the output will depend on the node's configuration and the input parameters provided. This output is crucial for further data manipulation and analysis.

Batch Float Math (mtb) Usage Tips:

  • To normalize a list of floating-point numbers, ensure that the input list is correctly specified and contains the values you want to scale.
  • When filling a batch float, carefully choose the direction and value parameters to achieve the desired order and content of the list.
  • Use the reverse parameter to control the sequence of the assembled batches, especially when the order of the values is important for your application.

Batch Float Math (mtb) Common Errors and Solutions:

Size ({size}) is less than target count ({count})

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the current size of the list is greater than the target count specified by the count parameter.
  • Solution: Ensure that the target count is greater than or equal to the current size of the list. Adjust the count parameter accordingly to avoid this error.

Steps mode requires at least a count of 2 values

  • Explanation: This error occurs when the mode is set to "Steps" and the count parameter is less than 2.
  • Solution: Increase the count parameter to at least 2 when using the "Steps" mode to ensure that the operation can be performed correctly.

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