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    calculeted field in schedule to room tag

    so i created a schedule with cooling loads according to the area. then i made a room tag, tried to add a shared parameter, tried also without, but cant get the cooling load to show in the room tag. any help is appriciated
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    So I wrecked my mind trying to find out how to do it and I think I learned what I wrote in the sketch below. It's it correct? Does it make sense?

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    That looks accurate - the calculation has to be done separately in the tag and in the schedule.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmk View Post
    That looks accurate - the calculation has to be done separately in the tag and in the schedule.
    Thanks, this helped me understand revit better

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    Use Spaces with build-in cooling load parameters. You can synchronize the number and name of rooms and spaces.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nurlan View Post
    Use Spaces with build-in cooling load parameters. You can synchronize the number and name of rooms and spaces.
    I know, I must learn it. It's not just drawing, it's bim

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    Dynamo can be used to move data around your model and create connections that don't normally exist. I use it to move data back and forth between my Spaces, HVAC zones, and VAV boxes.

    Just don't go down the rabbit hole and make your Dynamo graph too complicated. Pick one or two specific things you want it to do and focus on them. Dynamo is easy get started with and, for me at least, this lead me to create monstrously complicated graphs that were hard to troubleshoot and VERY hard to explain to other users.

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    thanks! we have a guy at the office who does dynamo but first i must learn revit. it can save a lot of time!!

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