Based on all the previous mail regarding numeric output I have been able to generate files containing the location, and illuminance values, throughout a daylit space. Now I would like to be able to take data and place the output onto a *.pic of the same area in the grid they were taken. If the readings were taken on 4' centers, I would like to feed the data back into Radiance to produce a picture containing those values at their actual locations in a grid.
1. Pipe the output from lam contining x/y/val into psign and pcompos to produce the composited image. With this idea, the grid dimensions would have to be a known pixel spacing. I'm also not sure if pcompos will allow for the translating of the input.
2. Pipe the output into a new rad file as brightext and use the x/y to locate in the scene, the value to act as input into the text field, and excluding the mat from the calculation.
Any ideas/suggestions would be greatly appreciated. Of course if anyone has already done this...
One last note, short of rewriting my shell script in perl, is there a way to round the rcalc output to two decimal points?