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    Default How to find Rooms in an Area

    It a little hard for me to search for this as the Area I am interested in is the 2D Area element not the property of the room, so does anyone have any idea about the following:

    Is it possible to identify the Rooms which are in a specific Area?

    I looked at the propertys of the Room, I looked at using Dynamo (Couldnt find geometry of an Area) so I have had no luck.

    Attached image shows an example of 3 rooms in a single area, basically I am looking for a way to relate the percentage of each room to the overall area.

    Rooms in an Area.png

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    Drew

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    Default Re: How to find Rooms in an Area

    Hi Drew,

    I don't think it is possible to list rooms by area they are under (there might be a script or something which does this), however, it might be possible to use the 'Department' parameter of each room to classify rooms...its a big tricky if you looking to relate area % to room %.

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