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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 3:01:33 AM | Using Schedules to Drive Families

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Is it possible to take the data the cell produces in other manners throughout the project? From my experience this is a no. For the sake of explanation, I want to have the count of a chair family and grow a box based on the number of chairs in the project. So, If I have 10 chairs in my project, my box grows to 10x10x10. If I have 8 Chairs, my box is 8x8x8.

Maybe schedules are not the way to accomplish this, maybe there is another way, like schedules to outside of Revit then back in somehow? 

Any ideas?

Thanks



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Fri, Nov 22, 2013 at 1:14:05 PM | Using Schedules to Drive Families

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Schedule cannot do what you are asking, the don't create something out of nothing.  What you are asking can be done using nested families and parameters and array parameters.


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