Introduction to Python Scripting in VE 2017

The aim of this session is to give users an understanding of how the Python Programming Language can be used with VE 2017 to improve workflows and efficiency, for many different modelling tasks in VE 2017.

  • Users are shown some of the basic Python commands and how these can be combined to create a simple script.
  • Users are shown how to run this script and others in the VE 2017 Python Editor as well as through the new VE Python Scripting Navigator.

Note: Although no prior python experience is necessary, further training is highly recommended as this video will only serve as a basic introduction.

Your Instructor

Cormac Glynn
Cormac Glynn

Cormac joined the IES consultancy team in September 2008 and since then has worked on many simulation projects throughout Ireland, the UK and the USA. His expertise includes LEED Energy Modelling using ASHRAE 90.1, modelling of detailed HVAC systems, Natural Ventilation Analysis, Daylighting/ Solar Shading Analysis, CFD, Irish and UK Part L and EPC/BER certificates. More recently Cormac has started working with Python, developing scripts to automate many typical energy modelling tasks, with the goal of increasing the productivity of all VE users.

Course Curriculum

  Introduction to Python Scripting in VE 2017
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