As Vimeo now only allows 1 HD video upload per week these video tutorial posts are going to come through quite slowly but here is the next one detailing the creation of wind roses. Enjoy.
Embedded below is the first video in the v0.2 tutorial series. In it I quickly go over the installation of the VI-Suite and navigating the Blender interface to get you starting to create VI-Suite nodes.
v0.2 is mostly a bug fix release with some under the hood changes that hopefully make it more robust. The most important of these is in LiVi where results are now stored within the sensing meshes and results animated in a different way so there is no longer an 8 frame animation limit. The wind rose and sun path analyses have also seen some cosmetic love and there is one new feature; the ASC import node for importing accurate terrain height data in Esri Ascii format.
v0.2 has been released onto the VI-Suite website at http://arts.brighton.ac.uk/projects/vi-suite. As Google Code is shutting down VI-Suite code repositories can now be found on GitHub. v0.2 code can be checked out from https://github.com/rgsouthall/vi-suite.v02.git and v0.3 code, which is currently bleeding edge and unlikely to run, can be found at https://github.com/rgsouthall/vi-suite.v03.git.