In this Revit Dynamo Tutorial for Beginners I will show you how to start using Dynamo for Revit, in under 10 minutes! By using a simple real-world project example, you will learn how to build a Dynamo script that sets the foundation for creating your own visual programming scripts from scratch.

Dynamo is a visual programming tool that runs directly on top of Autodesk Revit (or as a standalone Sandbox tool) and gives you easy access to the Revit API.

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