Now that you know the key components that make up a GD graph, learn how to export and import into Revit in this video. Understanding this process allows you to leverage GD in Dynamo to its full extent.
- [Instructor] Once we have exported … a generative design script, … it is available within Revit … without the need to open up Dynamo. … So, in this lesson, … let's test the scripts that we exported in the last lesson. … I currently have the Revit exercise file open … for this lesson … which is where we left off from in the last lesson. … You'll notice I have closed Dynamo … as this needs to be closed … when running a generative design study. … So, let's go ahead and open up this study dialog … by going to the manage tab and then create study. … In here, we can see that we have the study … that we exported in the last lesson. … Let's go ahead and select it and give it a try. … The first thing we would need to normally set is the method, … but as we want to optimize this study, … let's leave it as optimize. … The next item is selecting the wall. … So here, with the select button, … let's select the wall element in Revit, … selecting the blank wall. … Then we have the next two inputs, …
- 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