Internalising Data

#1

Hi there,

I am very new to grasshopper and I have been running a simple simulation to produce annual air temperatures within a single zone. I am implementing natural ventilation to see how it improves the space. I want to keep the data from each iteration so I have been internalizing the results in the Data parameter. But then after opening the file again and plugging the data into the 3D Chart parameter, it comes up with the error:

Solution exception: invalid literal for int () with Base 10: ‘G’

I can’t seem to find a solution to this, I would appreciate any help.

Thank you,
Griffin

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#2

Hi @griffincherrill, welcome to ladybug tools forum!

Could you please check the inputs that you provided into the 3D chart component?

It’s better to share a screenshot of your inputs or sharing your GH file or a link.

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#3

Hi @OmidmRashidi

I’ve uploaded my .gh and the rhino file to Dropbox. The internalized data parameters are in the top right, labeled “Temperature With…”

Thank you for taking a look at this and helping :slight_smile:

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#4

This is the link to the rhino file too

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#5

@griffincherrill,

LB_Header format for the analysis period wasn’t correct.

Use LB_separate data and LB_Header to correct the data headers.

Please find Attached:
3_Single Room_NatVent_O.gh (1.3 MB)

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#6

@OmidmRashidi
Great!! Thank you very much for your help, much appreciated :slight_smile:

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