Thanks for your response and sorry for my late comment.
I have a few specific questions about the annual simulation,
I would like to calculate the following values from a given .hbjson file: DA,cDA,sDA,UDI,ASE, and hourly illuminance across the grid.
Reading this post, one of the ways to do this, I think is to use the lbt-recipe (annual_daylight). I do this by running the following lines of code:
from honeybee.model import Model
from honeybee.room import Room
from honeybee.config import folders as hb_folders
from lbt_recipes.recipe import Recipe
wea = r"epws/USA_KY_London-Corbin-Magee.Field.724243_TMY3.epw"
# Create a model for simulation
room = Room.from_box('simulated_room', 5, 10, 3)
south_face = room
model = Model('simulated_test_model', [room])
model.properties.radiance.sensor_grids = \
# pass the model to the recipe
recipe = Recipe('annual_daylight')
project_folder = recipe.run(settings='--workers 11', debug_folder='debug_folder')
# radiation = recipe.output_value_by_name('cumulative-radiation', project_folder)
# return radiation
This seems to be working, but when I want to calculate/view the results I don’t know which function to use, I see the “recipe.output_value_by_name” function but from the documentation, I do not know what are the valid inputs for it. can you please help me figure this out?
also if you know of example python programs like this somewhere else for similar purposes can you please refer me to it? (something like hydrashare?)