Rhythm in Practice
For a while now I have been thinking about reaching out to Dynamo users to see what they use Rhythm for. I thought it would be cool to do a series of blog posts of what real users are doing with the nodes on real projects. To kick this off, I wanted to share this workflow from Tom K, that uses Rhythm nodes that use worksharing queries exposed to us in the Revit API. The example below demonstrates how to use these nodes for one element, but you can definitely scale it up for multiple if needed. Essentially, we can see who last edited or created an element in a central file. Pretty cool stuff!
If you have a cool workflow that you want to see shared on here, feel free to send me an email or tag me on twitter and I will try to share it.