I was wondering if we could get a bit mode backrgound on the 5,000 node limitation for climate-based metrics (ie "Now exporting XXX nodes. Note: If you have greater than 5,000 nodes, this may take several minutes, and climate-based metrics will not work due to a limitation in ds_electric_lighting.")
I just ran a simulation with 9K nodes (I forgot I had to keep them under 5K) for daylight autonomy, and I got results that do not look terribly unreasonable. It is a rule that I should not believe anything that comes out of a >5,000 node simulation, or are there some simulations where it's OK to have more nodes than recommended? When exactly is ds_electric_lighting a factor?