In this tutotial you learn how to leverage Excel capabilities to create levels in Revit. The automation is using Dynamo.
In this tutorial, we interact with Revit elements from Dynamo and modify the parameter. The case we use is creating random opening radius and pattern thickness.
In this Dynamo tutorial, you will see how you can select Revit elements to change the rotation angle with Dynamo.
Since version 2.3. Dynamo has the ability to trace a missing package from a Dynamo script. See how it works here.
This simple Dynamo script will help you to import data from Excel into a Revit table!
Learn how you can add information in which room your elements is placed. We use a simple Dynamo script here.
You can remove the prefix in the Revit view name then put the value in the Title on Sheet parameter. In this article, you will see how to automatize the process using Dynamo. An example of practical use of Dynamo: To modify parameters.
In this Dynamo tutorial, you create a script to change all view names to all caps. Imagine that you can change hundreds of view names in seconds!