The current workflow with 3phase components enables to generate blind schedules based on a logic for a sensor.
I am trying to control vertical blinds (0°, 45°, 90°, 135°) based on the illuminance value (DPGs) for certain sensors. I used 4 BSDF files for the 4-states.
After running the simulation, I would like to calculate annual metrices with the illuminance values for each sensor for each blinding state. So I would to get: (x,y,z)
x = blinding angle (0°, 45°, 90°, 135°)
y = hour
z = sensor point (in my case on of the four)
Could someone help me by using the Python component to generate a certain “3D matrix”?
I red already this topic below from @OlivierDambron which gives me a bit more insight:
But I don’t know how to do it by myself. My Python skills are not so well, but I want definitely want to learn it. Could anyone help me or give me advice? I suspect that the script doesn’t have to be difficult, but at the moment it feels very difficult because I haven’t enough knowledge about Python.