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Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 3:21:38 AM | Creating formulas from grand totals in schedules

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rudyard


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I have to calculate ratios for landscaping and floor areas divided by the site area.

 

Currently for the floor areas I create area plans for the floor floor levels and create a grand total in the schedule and then using the comments tab I manually work out the grand total divided by the site area and type in using text the ratio which is a manual process I would need to adjust for all revisions.    For the landscaping I do the same thing but just have a grand total with no instances as I dont need each area broken down just a grand total.

How would I use a calculated value to divide a grand total by the site area (if I have to type the site area manually in the formula each job I could live with that as it is static but if it can read the property area tag that would be even better)

Hope this is clear and thanks for any help

 


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Tue, Jan 19, 2016 at 1:20:15 PM | Creating formulas from grand totals in schedules

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At this time, there is no way to work with totals within Revit.  You can only use formula's with individual record items.


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