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@Chienman If you are using the analysis spreadsheet, make sure you upload the model to as part of resources directory in the analysis spreadsheet.

Then set argument to something like ../../lib/resources/SpeedTest1.osm, although I'm not familiar with the specific measure you are using. OpenStudio doesn't have a path argument so typically string argument is used to define path and/or file name.

As a note Pat 2.0 has a way to directly choose from multiple seed model, but if a measure wants to use resource files, I believe you can still add to the 'resources' directory within the project to assure it works both on cloud and local runs with same measure argument. I have tested

@Chienman If you are using the analysis spreadsheet, make sure you upload the model to as part of resources directory in the Setup Tab of the analysis spreadsheet.

Then set argument to something like ../../lib/resources/SpeedTest1.osm, although I'm not familiar with the specific measure you are using. OpenStudio doesn't have a path argument so typically string argument is used to define path and/or file name.

As a note Pat 2.0 has a way to directly choose from multiple seed model, but if a measure wants to use resource files, I believe you can still add to the 'resources' directory within the project to assure it works both on cloud and local runs with same measure argument. I have tested tested

@Chienman If you are using the analysis spreadsheet, make sure you upload the model to as part of the resources directory in the Setup Tab of the analysis spreadsheet.

Then set argument to something like ../../lib/resources/SpeedTest1.osm, although I'm not familiar with the specific measure you are using. OpenStudio doesn't have a path argument so typically string argument is used to define path and/or file name.

As a note Pat 2.0 has a way to directly choose from multiple seed model, but if a measure wants to use resource files, I believe you can still add to the 'resources' directory within the project to assure it works both on cloud and local runs with same measure argument. I have tested

@Chienman If you are using the analysis spreadsheet, make sure you upload the model to the resources directory in the Setup Tab of the analysis spreadsheet.

Then set argument to something like ../../lib/resources/SpeedTest1.osm, although I'm not familiar with the specific measure you are using. OpenStudio doesn't have a path argument so typically string argument is used to define path and/or file name.

As a note Pat 2.0 has a way to directly choose from multiple seed model, but if a measure wants to use resource files, I believe you can still add to the 'resources' directory within the project to assure it works both on cloud and local runs with same measure argument. I have testedargument.