First time Ladybug user so sorry if these questions are obvious.
I’m going through the tutorials and I can see how to average a temp or anything else, but how do you find…
Find the highest temperature?
Find the fastest wind speed?
Do I need to create my own python code to find these? If not where are the components that report this?
Is there a temperature converting setting, Celsius, Fahrenheit, Kelvin? Do I need to make my own conversions?
Time is displayed as AM, PM is there a 24 hour format?
Are there plans for other time formats like solar, mean solar, Sidereal time?
I notice the epw file gives wind speed in Meters per second? Just want to make sure as we are still using imperial units here in the states.
Outside of measuring the wind oneself how does one find the windiest spot? Especially here in Chicago we have certain areas because of high rise buildings where the wind is always the hardest and blows the most. Jackson and Michigan is exceptionally windy also in Jefferson Park one out of code high rise building creates constantly higher wind speeds only on one corner of the site.
Does the epw data include the stations of where wind information was gathered? Is this averaged wind data from a number of stations within a given locale/Chicago?
Are there geological temp/weather data gathered from ice cores over the eons readily available and where is the url for its location? Would we use Dragonfly for these longer term studies?
Thanks for any help,