Hi all,

I am simulating daylight factor with Diva for many grids. So my problem is how can I differenciate results.

For example, I have 10 values of mDF, how can I speedly know which grid is with mDF with a tree please.

I created excel table but without header tables, the values don't mean anything.

My goal is to analyze the result and to know what part of the building I need to perform.

Attachment an example with 3 grids.

Thank you

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Hej Jam Aka,

flip surface normals first, then work with list item and slider as showed in screenshots.

gh attached.

greetings

Wolfgang

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overview and gh...

(...adapted material settings to my material.rad - materials..)

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Hi Wolfganf Hassert,

Thank you a lot for your help, I understand , it runs.

But when I have more than 20 grids, I have to use the slider and export one by one the results.

In fact, I don't only analyze the mDF but the percentage of DF under 0.8 for example.

I want to add name to the grid or something like that in order to add header table when I export to excel and recognize what column is with grid. Do you have an idea?
Thank you
Wolfgang Hassert said:

overview and gh...

(...adapted material settings to my material.rad - materials..)

Hi Jam Aka,

I probably found sth for you in "TT Toolbox". I couldn't spend too much time on it (so the gh design has probably become pretty clumsy) but it works. The basic problem seems to be that gh items cannot be named which would simplify the allocation process (results to grid), so see it as a workaround. "write to excel" and "write options" aren't native gh components, you might first google, download and install free TT Toolbox ( THANKS Core Studio Team !!!) .

TT Toolbox

This is the result:

The excel file updates to each new simulation run.

Greetings, Wolfgang

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Thank you a lot Wolfgang Hassert

Sorry for the late response, I was full.

It runs, I can start with thy type of tree, Thank you again

Wolfgang Hassert said:

Hi Jam Aka,

I probably found sth for you in "TT Toolbox". I couldn't spend too much time on it (so the gh design has probably become pretty clumsy) but it works. The basic problem seems to be that gh items cannot be named which would simplify the allocation process (results to grid), so see it as a workaround. "write to excel" and "write options" aren't native gh components, you might first google, download and install free TT Toolbox ( THANKS Core Studio Team !!!) .

TT Toolbox

This is the result:

The excel file updates to each new simulation run.

Greetings, Wolfgang

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