I am currently trying to run a walkability test on a neighborhood I built. Unfortunately Rhino shows this error:
umi mobility error: The network graph vertex count did not equal the number of nodes the graph was created from. This is an internal umi error and should be reported as a bug. In the meantime, try re-layering your model's streets.
I imagine it has to do with the fact some of my streets might not be connected to the network, but apart from that I don't see any problems in my model. Does it matter if the streets are not coplanar with the floor and start from the top of a building for example? Can I assign multiple connections to the network for a same building?
If there is anything else I should do to make my simulation run, please let me know.
I actually found out my mistake. Some of my buildings were simply not connected to the street grid.
That actually shouldn't cause that problem - do you still have a broken version of the file you can upload?
Sorry but I don't anymore.
Thank you anyway