|North||north_||Input a vector to be used as a true North direction for the sun path or a number between 0 and 360 that represents the degrees off from the y-axis to make North. The default North direction is set to the Y-axis (0 degrees).||Goo|
|Geometry||_geometry||Geometry for which radiation analysis will be conducted. Geometry must be either a Brep, a Mesh or a list of Breps or Meshes.||Goo|
|Context||context_||Context geometry that could block sunlight to the test _geometry. Conext geometry must be either a Brep, a Mesh or a list of Breps or Meshes.||Goo|
|Grid Size||_gridSize_||A number in Rhino model units that represents the average size of a grid cell for radiation analysis on the test surface(s). This value should be smaller than the smallest dimension of the test geometry for meaningful results. Note that, the smaller the grid size, the higher the resolution of the analysis and the longer the calculation will take.||Goo|
|Dis From Base||_disFromBase||A number in Rhino model units that represents the offset distance of the test point grid from the input test _geometry. Usually, the test point grid is offset by a small amount from the test _geometry in order to ensure that radiation analysis is done for the correct side of the test _geometry. If the resulting testPts of this component are offset to the wrong side of test _geometry, you should use the "Flip" Rhino command on the test _geometry before inputting it to this component.||Goo|
|Orientation Study P||orientationStudyP_||Optional output from the "Orientation Study Parameter" component. You can use an Orientation Study input here to answer questions like "What orientation of my building will give me the highest or lowest radiation gain for my analysis period?" An Orientation Study will automatically rotate your input _geometry around several times and record the radiation results each time in order to output a list of values for totalRadiation and a grafted data stream for radiationResult.||Goo|
|Selected Sky Mtx||_selectedSkyMtx||The output from the selectSkyMtx component.||Goo|
|Legend Par||legendPar_||Optional legend parameters from the Ladybug Legend Parameters component.||Goo|
|Parallel||parallel_||Set to "True" to run the radiation analysis using multiple CPUs. This can dramatically decrease calculation time but can interfere with other intense computational processes that might be running on your machine.||Goo|
|Run It||_runIt||Set to "True" to run the component and perform radiation analysis on the input _geometry.||Goo|
|Bake It||bakeIt_||An integer that tells the component if/how to bake the bojects in the Rhino scene. The default is set to 0. Choose from the following options:
0 (or False) - No geometry will be baked into the Rhino scene (this is the default).
1 (or True) - The geometry will be baked into the Rhino scene as a colored hatch and Rhino text objects, which facilitates easy export to PDF or vector-editing programs.
2 - The geometry will be baked into the Rhino scene as colored meshes, which is useful for recording the results of paramteric runs as light Rhino geometry.||Goo|
|Working Dir||workingDir_||Use this input to change the working directory of the radiation analysis on your system. Input here must be a valid file path location on your computer. The default is set to "C:\Ladybug" and it is from this file location that radiation results are loaded into grasshopper after the analysis is done.||Goo|
|Project Name||projectName_||Use this input to change the project name of the files generated in the working directory. Input here must be a string without special characters. If "bakeIt_" is set to "True", the result will be baked into a layer with this project name.||Goo|