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Color Surfaces by EP Result

Component Index > Honeybee > 10 | Energy | Energy > Color Surfaces by EP Result

Use this component to color zone surfaces based on EnergyPlus data out of the "Honeybee_Read EP Surface Result" component.
By default, zone surfaces will be colored based on total energy per unit surface area in the case of energy input data or colored based on average value of each surface in the case of temperature or data that is already normalized.
If total annual simulation data has been connected, the analysisPeriod_ input can be used to select out a specific period fo the year for coloration.
In order to color surfaces by individual hours/months, connecting interger values to the "stepOfSimulation_" will allow you to scroll though each step of the input data.


_srfData_srfDataA list surface data out of the 'Honeybee_Read EP Surface Result' component.Goo
_HBZones_HBZonesThe HBZones out of any of the HB components that generate or alter zones. Note that these should ideally be the zones that are fed into the Run Energy Simulation component as surfaces may not align otherwise. Zones read back into Grasshopper from the Import idf component will not align correctly with the EP Result data.Goo
normalizeBySrfArea_normalizeBySrfArea_Set boolean to 'True' in order to normalize results by the area of the surface and set to 'False' to color zones based on total values for each surface. The default is set to 'True' such that colored surface communicate energy intensity rather than total energy. Note that this input will be ignored if connected data is Temperature or values that are already normalized.Goo
analysisPeriod_analysisPeriod_Optional analysisPeriod_ to take a slice out of an annual data stream. Note that this will only work if the connected data is for a full year and the data is hourly. Otherwise, this input will be ignored. Also note that connecting a value to 'stepOfSimulation_' will override this input.Goo
stepOfSimulation_stepOfSimulation_Optional interger for the hour of simulation to color the surfaces with. Connecting a value here will override the analysisPeriod_ input.Goo
legendPar_legendPar_Optional legend parameters from the Ladybug Legend Parameters component.Goo
_runIt_runItSet boolean to 'True' to run the component and color the zone surfaces.Goo


srfColoredMeshsrfColoredMeshA list of meshes for each surface, each of which is colored based on the input _srfData.Goo
zoneWireFramezoneWireFrameA list of curves representing the outlines of the zones. This is particularly helpful if one wants to scroll through individual meshes but still see the outline of the building.Goo
legendlegendA legend of the surface colors. Connect this output to a grasshopper 'Geo' component in order to preview the legend spearately in the Rhino scene.Goo
legendBasePtlegendBasePtThe legend base point, which can be used to move the legend in relation to the building with the grasshopper 'move' component.Goo
analysisTitleanalysisTitleThe title of the analysis stating what the surfaces are being colored with.Goo
srfBrepssrfBrepsA list of breps for each zone surface. Connecting this output and the following zoneColors to a Grasshopper 'Preview' component will thus allow you to see the surfaces colored transparently.Goo
srfColorssrfColorsA list of colors that correspond to the colors of each zone surface. These colors include alpha values to make them slightly transparent. Connecting the previous output and this output to a Grasshopper 'Preview' component will thus allow you to see the surfaces colored transparently.Goo
srfValuessrfValuesThe values of the input data that are being used to color the surfaces.Goo
normalizedSrfDatanormalizedSrfDataThe input data normalized by the areas of each surface.Goo

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