I had a literature review I wrote a year ago, lying on my hard drive. Since there it has no use, I decided to adapt it to article form and make it available online.
I hope it can serve as a general overview of the Radiance software suite, targeted to numerical annual daylight analysis, for those who are starting out, before diving into the technical details, well explained in the documentation available online (a selection of which is written at the end of the article and referenced throughout).
Here is the link to it:
I’m not the greatest Radiance expert, so if you spot mistakes let me know.
Cheers and happy 2021!