Default data creation
fm@ubu1804:~/suncalc$ ./suncalc No arguments, creating dataset with program defaults. See ./suncalc -h for further usage. Created new output folder [./tracker-data] Create dataset file [./tracker-data/dset.txt] Create srs bin file [./tracker-data/srs-2019.bin] Create srs csv file [./tracker-data/srs-2019.csv] Create day csv file [./tracker-data/20190728.csv] Create day bin file [./tracker-data/20190728.bin]
fm@ubu1804:~/suncalc$ ./suncalc -h suncalc v1.2 Usage: ./suncalc [-x <longitude>] [-y <latitude>] [-t <timezone>] [-i <interval>] [-p period nd|nm|nq|ny|td|tm|tq|ty] [-o outfolder] [-v] Command line parameters have the following format: -x location longitude, Example: -x 139.628999 (default) -y location latitude, Example: -y 35.610381 (default) -t location timezone offset in hours, Example: -t +9 (default) -i calculation interval in seconds between 60 and 3600, Example -i 60 (default) the value must be a multiple of 86400 (1 day): e.g. 300, 600, 900, 1200, 1800 -p calculation period: nd = next day (tomorrow, default) nm = next month (2M) nq = next quarter ny = next year (starting Jan-1 until Dec-31, 23M) td = this day (today, 112K) tm = this month (starting today, 2M) tq = this quarter (starting today) ty = this year (starting Jan-1 until Dec-31, 23M) 2y = two years (starting this year, 46M) tf = ten years forward (starting this year, 230M) -o output folder, Example: -o ./tracker-data (default) -h display this message -v enable debug output Usage examples: ./suncalc -x 139.628999 -y 35.610381 -t +9 -i 600 -p nd -o ./tracker-data -v zip -r tracker-data.zip tracker-data
This program currently uses NREL's Solar Position Algorithm (SPA) functions. The SPA license, source code and reference information can be found at https://midcdmz.nrel.gov/spa/.
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