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    Oh the things that come out of standing around a high-top at RTCNA drinking iced tea and eating a taco salad...

    This is great! I can't wait to see how "The Aubin" looks

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    Quote Originally Posted by MPwuzhere View Post
    Look under External Tools
    Aha! Found it!

    It generated a funky error (see image) but still spat out something to Excel, according to which:

    My (2208kb) generic all-purpose door family = 239, 1183

    And one of our more configurable CWPs (10,884kb) = 399, 5083



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    Blimey, I've just looked at the other scores. Hmmm.
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    Thought I'd have a go at this...

    Couple of project specific families I created:
    Structural Framing = 1551, 360
    Curtain Panel = 469, 2579

    In terms of my Doors,
    Sliding Doors had 725,143 & 598,304
    Face Slider had the highest nested with 183, 441

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    Daylight calculation family = 499, 172
    Parking layout generator family = 379, 459

    Mediocre scores. I'll have to see if I can add the other available operators in a Dynamo script somehow. I make a point of using them all at least once per family.
    Someday. And if I do, I'm going to award myself bonus points for lookup tables.
    Carry on.

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    Very interesting metric!

    Ony thing though: It doesnt seem to look recursivly in the nested families, only the first layer of subcomponents, so for you guys who have many layers of nesting will be should be seeing higher numbers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by erikeriksson5686 View Post
    Ony thing though: It doesnt seem to look recursivly in the nested families, only the first layer of subcomponents, so for you guys who have many layers of nesting will be should be seeing higher numbers.
    I'll refer you to my scores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snowyweston View Post
    I'll refer you to my scores.


    Also, looking at the source code and the problem you described in a previous post you need to create two parameters and bind them to the wall category on instance level.
    They should be called: "Score" and "NestedScore" and have Number (integer) as datatype and then you need to have a wall category tag in the project. This should then preferably tag those parameters (the program creates walls and then tags them).

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    LOL. PLEASE tell me that ATST is downloadable somewhere!

    Is the .msi downloadable? The Google Drive link in the OP is broken and I didn't see it in the repository... and don't see a "builds" folder.

    Quote Originally Posted by marcello View Post
    FYI
    Some of my families
    bi folding door Attachment 27344 36,2
    Cow...............Attachment 27345 9,5
    ATST...............Attachment 27346 19,41
    Davit...............Attachment 27347 11,5
    Lift..................Attachment 27348 13,23

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    Oh yes!!!!!!!! most of my complex Revit Families are available
    including the Revit Cow, and the Revit Elephant, and the Revit Topo Batmobile
    see twitter post here
    https://twitter.com/marcellosgamb/st...03684852789249
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    announcement here
    https://www.linkedin.com/feed/update...1054180503552/

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    Holy trip down memory lane, batman! LOVE IT! I completely forgot about this thread, lol.

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