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Mon, Jul 27, 2015 at 10:25:58 PM | Total number of units per floor in schedule without itemizing every instance

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I am trying to figure this out and I feel like I am almost there, but is there a way to sum the number of units per floor in a schedule? We have a parameter with every room tag that is an integer parameter caled "isUNIT" and I am trying to figure out a formula or a way to make it sum those all together in the cell without having to just look at the grand total. This number is being used in a formula in another cell perfectly fine, but I can't get the cell to tell me the total without having to go through and actually count them and place the number in myself. Where can I go to find help? Can anyone help? I found some information on generic models in the rooms themselves to get it to count, but I can't find a good video or blog about that. 


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