Can I see and modify the mathematical code of a module in SDK?

  • joaovitornavarro
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16 Sep 2016 20:17 #4767 by joaovitornavarro
Thank you for your help.

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10 May 2023 12:15 #12136 by rwlush
Hello Paul,

I have recently gained interest in using the SDK for development of a web application and was wondering if you have since made changes to it that allow modifications to the underlying code/model equations, and if so, how can I do this?

Thanks,
Robert

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10 May 2023 17:43 #12139 by pgilman
Hi Robert,

The source code for the SAM Simulation Core (SSC), which is the library that underlies the SDK and PySAM, is open source. You could make modifications to a copy of the source code and build your own SSC library for use with the SDK, but the build process and code itself is involved, so this approach would require a lot of effort.

github.com/nrel/ssc

Best regards,
Paul.

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