This video introduces you to the exercise file folder.
- [Instructor] If you have access to the Exercise Files, you'll find them in a ZIP file that you can download to your computer. Unzip that ZIP file anywhere you like. I've put mine here on my desktop. When I open the Exercise Files folder, I've organized it into subfolders for each of the chapters, so 01 through 03. I've also got a Player folder here. At the start of each chapter, I'm going to show you the final result that we're going to get from that chapter's exercise, and I'm going to run that through an interface called Dynamo Player. Now, those videos are meant for you to just watch, but if you want to follow along, I did provide the graphs in that folder and you're welcome to launch that in Dynamo Player on your own interface, or you can just watch me do them.
The other folders will contain mostly Dynamo files, which end with the dyn extension, but they will also have at least one Revit file. It's intended that you open the same Revit file in each video and don't save it afterwards. So, just continue to use that same Revit file, and then just open up the various Dynamo files as we move forward. When it's all done, if you want to save, you can do a save as to create the final version of that file. So, with that, you now have a little bit of an understanding of how the Exercise Files work.
We're ready to go ahead and get started and create some Dynamo graphs.
- Placing a single Revit Family
- Selecting elements with basic selection nodes
- Lists and lacing
- Renaming multiple project views
- Adaptive component requirements
- Selecting elements by family type
- Joining multiple lists into a single list
- Removing the unwanted points
- Reorganizing points