|Geometry||_geometry||A surface and/or polysurface and/or mesh for which you would like to conduct the flow path analysis. That can be a building, terrain, landscape or any other sort of geometry.||Goo|
|Num Of Initial Pts||numOfInitialPts_||Number of initial points.
Each flowpath has a starting point - a point where a rain hit the ground. numOfInitialPts_ input represents the number of these points, therefor representing the number of flowpaths.
If nothing supplied, numOfInitialPts_ input will be set to 100 (initial points and flowpaths)||Goo|
|Initial Pts Spread||initialPtsSpread_||Initial points spread type - choose one of the two types:
0 - Rectangular grid (flow paths will start as a regular grid of points)
1 - Random (flow paths will start as a random group of points)
If nothing supplied, initialPtsSpread_ input will be set to 1 (Random).||Goo|
|Step Size||stepSize_||Step size of each of the flow paths.
Step size can singificantly affect the final flow paths disposition. For smaller scale objects, it is advisable to use smaller step sizes (up to 1). For larger scale objects (terrains with sparse resolution), step size can be increased to more than 1.
If nothing supplied, stepSize_ input will be set to 1 (Rhino documents units: m, ft, in...).
In Rhino document units.||Goo|
|Flow Paths Type||flowPathsType_||Choose one of the two flow path types:
0 - Polyline
1 - Curves
If nothing supplied, flowPathsType_ input will be set to 0 (Polylines).||Goo|
|_____________||Script variable TerrainAnalysis||Goo|
|Bake It||bakeIt_||Set to "True" to bake the flowpaths geometry into the Rhino scene.
If not supplied default value "False" will be used.||Goo|