Honeybee lux percentages (find same member and calculate area)

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(Edward) #1

How to find the same member?
I looked it up, but somehow I took the wrong rollercoaster.

Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 01.gh (58.9 KB)


#2

Is this what you are after?

Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 01_re.gh (63.9 KB)


#4

There are so many unique colors per floor… 447 and 456…

Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 01_reV2.gh (73.8 KB)


(Edward) #6

Thank you Kim! :smiley:

I get null ’s out of the explode tree component.
Are you using the Rhino 6 (I use a Rhino 5 version)?


#7

Here we have R5. You’ll need Mesh Edit plugin’sMesh Explode component…Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 01_reV3 for R5.gh (68.8 KB)


(Edward) #8

Thank again Kim! :smiley: :tada:


(Edward) #9

How can the amount of colors of the analysis be reduced of the ladybug analysis?

Of the Honeybee Run Analysis component, the illuminance_values can be used, right?


#10

Try this workflow if you want…


(Edward) #11

Somehow, I cannot color it correctly.
It think it is about ordering the data corretly,
do you know what I might do wrong?

Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 02.gh (165.8 KB)


#12

Your illuminance values have 1600 quad mesh cells each. Probably your vertices data from Deconstruct Meshhave much more num of data, Are you really sure about the right data matching between the two sets?


#13

Honeybee count percentage lux color per floor 01_reV5.gh (171.4 KB)


(Edward) #14

Great :slight_smile: thanks