Once you have defined the design criteria, you can run the study, using GD to generate a multitude of design solutions. Running and monitoring the study allows you to understand when the study is complete for analysis.
- [Instructor] Once all of the design criteria has been set, … we can start generating options by running the study. … So let's do that in this lesson while learning how … the Generation settings impact the results. … The Generation settings are found down here … at the bottom of the dialog, … within the Generation settings tab. … These settings will change depending on whether … your method is optimize, randomize, cross product, … or like this. … Like this and randomize have the same options, … that is, they have a number of solutions … and they seed input. … Number of solutions lets us specify … how many solutions the study will produce. … So for example, if we're using the like this method, … we have 20 solutions as the default, … which means we would see 20 results. … The same goes for randomize, … which would produce 20 random results … if we were to leave this as 20. … The seed input specifies a starting point for the algorithm … to commence from. … This would relate to a random set of variables …
- What is generative design?
- Loading and running a generative design study in Revit
- Reviewing outcomes
- Refining variables
- Generating studies in Dynamo
- Specifying inputs and outputs
- Exporting studies
- Importing Dynamo-generated studies into Revit