I am using the pipeline Ecotect2011#radiance#daysim3.1
and still after reimporting the results from Daysim in Ecotect they look as if wanting to be shifted. As far as I know, Ecotect expects the results in a separate file without any coordinates, one value per line and then reassignes the values to the calculation grid on the new sequence in the output file.
How can I avoid the displacement?
How do I verify whether the orientation in Ecotect and Daysim are coherent?
Kind Regrads, Niya
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От: Thomas Bleicher email@example.com
Относно: Re: [Radiance-daysim] View Daylighting Analysis Results by DAYSIM
До: DAYSIM discussion
Изпратено на: Сряда, 2014, Октомври 1 22:04:38 EEST
I'm not sure about the format of the *.da file but with regards to your second question I think that Ecotect expects the results in a separate file without any coordinates, one value per line. It will then assign the values based to a calculation grid based on the sequence of the values in the results file. I don't have Ecotect around so you should verify this first before you rely on it in your workflow.
On Wed, Oct 1, 2014 at 5:44 AM, Todor Syarov firstname.lastname@example.org > wrote:
I am working on a daylight simulation with pipeline:
Wanted to correct the suggested lines in the Daysim generated *.da file before feeding back into ecotect.
Is that the way the edited file should look like?
# UDI_100-2000 - Static Shading
# sensor_file_info 0 0 0 0
Sadly,the sensor points are rotated from Ecotect into Daysim. How do I rotate them back when I return data to Ecotect or is this process automated?
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