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Online Training DY01: Learn to use Dynamo BIM with Spreadsheets
This course will let you utilise Dynamo in Revit with spreadsheet file formats such as excel and csvs for customisation and analysis. We will look at the basic functionalities of using Dynamo to give you some background on the fundamentals of Dynamo before building upon this knowledge.It is important to understand the data that is being used in Dynamo, Revit and excel as this will determine how a Dynamo script is set up. No doubt, as a Dynamo scriptwriter you will encounter errors that would require amendments to the script so it is essential to understand the data you are managing.All this data that you will extracting is perfect for further data analytics.The course will run through 4 exercises to explain the connections between Revit and Excel, and also 3 samples that build on the learnings of the exercises.Target AudienceProfessionals in the AEC industry Data administrators Non-ProgrammersPeople who want to start using Dynamo for data extraction and transactions Happy Learning!
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