Journal of Building Performance Simulation
Today I noticed that, in Type56 all outputs after NType 961 will not be saved into the B17 file, and the values are also incorrect. In the Type56 manual:
||BAL 4: convective energy gain of zone due transmitted solar radiation through external windows which is transformed immediately into a con. heat flow to internal air
It is really strange. If I remove the NType 961 out of the outputs definition, the outputs list will work again.
PyBPS is a parametric simulation manager for building performance simulation projects. I hope it will be helpful in the development of Grasshopper plugin
I always heard the discussions about R and Python along my learning of R. Today after I read the blog post of Tal Yarkoni : THE HOMOGENIZATION OF SCIENTIFIC COMPUTING, OR WHY PYTHON IS STEADILY EATING OTHER LANGUAGES’ LUNCH, I’m thinking, maybe I should shift to Python as soon as possible, so that I can using it for data analysis, web development, even windows application together.
I used to create the MDF database manually in Visual Studio, now I want to try create the database programmatically inside the program.
The first useful article I found was from microsoft, but without success. There were 2 issues here:
1. the server name – in the example, they use “server = localhost”, it should be changed to “server = .\\SQLEXPRESS”
2. “create file encountered operating system error 5(access is denied.)” – the possible solution may be this
more info: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms254504(v=vs.110).aspx