Connect to Clarity Data from PowerBI and Excel

Follow along with our IMAGINiT Clarity expert, Matt Mason as he demonstrates how to access and extract data out of Revit and place that data into Microsoft SQL Server database using PowerBI and Excel.

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Dynamo gets some Upgrades with Dynamo for Revit 2.10

In the release of the 2022 line of programs, Autodesk released Dynamo for Revit 2.10, which brought about a...

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Detailing with Revit 101

Detailing in Revit is a process to add detail elements to model geometry and create construction details.