If you are looking to impott points to Revit from Trimble(and vice versa) then you can use these nodes to assist. This takes a file path(CSV recommended), sheet name, family type, and separator in order to output a certain family at the specified location that can help you visualize what is going on in the field.
I have a point family available here:
and some YouTube instructions here:
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This node will take a set of data, such as a list, and replace the null values with a specified value. As shown below, it can work with a dataset of mixed data types, such as strings, integers, and booleans.
This has three inputs: an element list, a single parameter name, and a list of values to set to that parameter. The two lists should match in length for predictable results. The values must match the data type allowed by the parameter in Revit. After setting the values, this node returns the now-modified elements as an output.
This node simply takes a View list, then filters the View Names by two different ‘inclusion’ criteria. Then, any views that have both those criteria present in the View Name are returned in the Output.
This node will take an element list, and a list of ‘sector bounding floor elements’. The floor elements need to have the Comments parameter populated with a Sector identifier. This node uses the OOTB Geometry node Geometry.DoesIntersect to check if the element location point intersects with one of the floor elements, and then outputs a list of where each element was found.
This node will take an element, get its location, place a Camera view at that location and use two given Parameters from the element in the resulting View Name. It will also use the Element Id in the View Name.
Link to DYN here
Code Blocks are a hugely powerful core node that allow you to do many things by directly entering functions and code in the Code Block.
Code Block – String operations
Code Block String operations
Code Block – List methods
In the example below, various Flatten methods are shown in the Code Block. This would be an alternative to using the List.Flatten or Flatten nodes.
More on Code Blocks at http://dynamobim.com/cbns-for-dummies/ such as: