Hi @arlind.dervishaj ,
Many of these Ladybug components were added for smaller studies and educational purposes. Because they are using the Rhino geometry engine to compute ray intersections, they invariably cannot scale as well as simulations that offload things to a ray-tracing engine like Radiance. So the “final” answer to your question here is just to use the comfort mapping recipes in the HB-Energy tab instead of trying to use the Ladybug components since these comfort maps use Radiance for ray tracing and will therefore scale much better.
If you are looking to squeeze as much as you can out of this Ladybug component before you jump to Honeybee, the following things could lower the amount of memory that the component consumes:
- Change the
_pt_count_ to 1 so that you’re only evaluating one point per
- You can try to put a range on the time period that you’re running by editing this line inside the component. You’ll also have to edit the Analysis Period here