First it’s necessary to load the package:
You need to set the path to an Antares study in “input” mode:
Or you can simply create a new study:
Before modifying your study, you can save it in an archive:
This will create a
.tar.gz file in your study folder.
You can create a new area with:
You can specify the localization of the area on the map, and also its color.
There are two helper functions for area parameters:
filteringOptions()for filtering options, like
nodalOptimizationOptions()for nodal optimizations options.
You can initialize a cluster with some parameters:
You can also edit the settings of an existing cluster:
For example, set the output of simulation year by year, and limit the number of Monte-Carlo years to 10:
You can remove areas, links, clusters and binding constraints from input folder with
remove* functions, e.g.:
First, update general settings to activate time series to generate:
Then run TS-generator: