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queenbee-pollination extends queenbee to interact with the Pollination API

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queenbee-pollination

queenbee-pollination extends queenbee in order to interact with the Pollination API.

Installation

You can install this as a cli tool using the following command:

pip install queenbee-pollination[cli]

CLI QuickStart

Authentication

When you first run any queenbee-pollination command through the CLI you will be required to enter some authentication details so that the tool can interact with the Pollination API using your account.

You will need a Pollination API token. You can generate a new one from your user profile setting: https://app.pollination.cloud/{your-user-name}/settings.

In this example we will use the ladybugbot user. If you were ladybugbot you would access your API tokens at this page: https://app.pollination.cloud/ladybugbot/settings.

You will be prompted to do provide your API token by the CLI as demonstrated below:

> queenbee pollination workflows list

Looks like this is your first time logging in.

To interract with Pollination you need to save authentication credentials in C:\Users\ladybugbot\.queenbee

This tool will walk you through this process:

Enter your API Token:
Logging in using api tokens...
Success!

Hi ladybugbot@ladybugtools.com! Welcome to Queenbee Pollination!

You can now run queenbee pollination commands as an authenticated user!
Check the and modify the config file at your own risk: C:\Users\ladybugbot\.queenbee

You can now check the configuration file saved at the path indicated in you command line. in the case of the example above the path to the config file is: C:\Users\ladybugbot\.queenbee.

Hello World!

We have compiled a quick demo workflow for you to test out the queenbee-pollination plugin.

Copy and save the text below into a file called hello.yaml.

type: workflow
name: hello-world

artifact_locations: []

operators:
- name: whalesay
  image: docker/whalesay

templates:
- type: function
  name: cowsay
  operator: whalesay
  inputs:
    parameters:
    - name: word
  command: cowsay {{inputs.parameters.word}}

flow:
  name: say-hello-world
  tasks:
  - name: say-hello
    template: cowsay
    arguments:
      parameters:
      - name: word
        value: hello
  - name: say-world
    template: cowsay
    dependencies: ['say-hello']
    arguments:
      parameters:
      - name: word
        value: world
  - name: exclamate
    template: cowsay
    dependencies: ['say-world']
    arguments:
      parameters:
      - name: word
        value: '!'
  1. Save the workflow to the Pollination platform
> queenbee pollination workflows create -f hello.yaml

Successfully created workflow ladybugbot/hello-world
  1. List your existing workflows
> queenbee pollination workflows list

Owner       Name             Public
----------  ---------------  --------
ladybugbot  hello-world      True
  1. Simulations can only be run within the context of a project. To create a new project, run the following command:
> queenbee pollination projects create -n hello-world

Successfully created project ladybugtools/hello-world
  1. Submit a simulation to run using the hello-world workflow template
> queenbee pollination simulations submit --project hello-world --workflow ladybugtools/hello-world

Successfully created simulation: 15a558e3-5978-40cc-ba2f-aeeef1874600
  1. List all running simulations
> queenbee pollination simulations list --project hello-world
ID                                    Status     Stated At                  Finished At
------------------------------------  ---------  -------------------------  -------------------------
15a558e3-5978-40cc-ba2f-aeeef1874600  Succeeded  2020-03-09 02:00:23+00:00  2020-03-09 02:01:01+00:00
  1. Retrieve all persisted simulation data to a local folder called sim-data.
> queenbee pollination simulations download --project hello-world -i 15a558e3-5978-40cc-ba2f-aeeef1874600 --folder sim-data

No inputs  files found
No outputs  files found
Saved logs files to sim-data/logs
  1. Inspect simulation metadata in detail. Get and save the simulation object into a file called simulation.json inside the sim-data folder.
> queenbee pollination simulations get --project hello-world -i 15a558e3-5978-40cc-ba2f-aeeef1874600 -f sim-data/simulation.json

Artifacts

You can also upload raw files to a project's folder. We call these artifacts. These artifacts will then be accessible to any simulation you run in this project.

In the following example we will upload a radiance folder and then run a daylight-factor simulation on top of it.

  1. Clone the github project and move your terminal into the repository
> git clone https://github.com/ladybug-tools/radiance-folder-structure/

Cloning into 'radiance-folder-structure'...
remote: Enumerating objects: 311, done.
remote: Total 311 (delta 0), reused 0 (delta 0), pack-reused 311
Receiving objects: 100% (311/311), 1.07 MiB | 989.00 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (87/87), done.

> cd radiance-folder-structure
  1. Upload the files to your hello-world project. You should be able to check them out at https://app.pollination.cloud/projects/{your-username}/hello-world
> queenbee pollination artifacts upload --project hello-world -f project_folder
  1. Run a daylight-factor simulation using another user's workflow (it's all about sharing!)
> queenbee pollination simulations submit -p hello-world -w antoinedao/daylight-factor

Successfully created simulation: 5cbdcb5f-fec9-4048-8b59-5e37f8182d8e
  1. Check the status of your simulation. Once the simulation you created is marked as "Succeeded" you can carry onto the next step.
> queenbee pollination simulations list --project hello-world
ID                                    Status     Stated At                  Finished At
------------------------------------  ---------  -------------------------  -------------------------
5cbdcb5f-fec9-4048-8b59-5e37f8182d8e  Running  2020-03-09 02:10:23+00:00  2020-03-09 02:12:01+00:00
15a558e3-5978-40cc-ba2f-aeeef1874600  Succeeded  2020-03-09 02:00:23+00:00  2020-03-09 02:01:01+00:00
  1. Download your results and start analysing them using whatever tool you like!
> queenbee pollination simulations download --project hello-world -i 5cbdcb5f-fec9-4048-8b59-5e37f8182d8e --folder daylight-factor-data

Saved inputs files to daylight-factor-data/logs
Saved outputs files to daylight-factor-data/logs
Saved logs files to daylight-factor-data/logs

> queenbee pollination simulations get --project hello-world -i 5cbdcb5f-fec9-4048-8b59-5e37f8182d8e -f daylight-factor-data/simulation.json

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