Category: Data Analysis

Architectural Colour Schedule in Excel

         The last post I tried to use AirTable to create a Colour Schedule from a Revit export. Thinking I could use the Database to cross reference items in the room such as doors/windows etc to be able to pull those in to make the colour scheme planning more comprehensive. It didn’t work. Along the way

Revit internal condition over time GIF

         Background I have written a post on showing internal building fabric condition over time in this article Revit Internal Condition over Time. I was not, at the time, happy with the presentation of the information as it was a series of screenshots that I then put in as slides to step through the process. Two

QGis Madeira Basic conns to Maps/.csv’s/Databases

         I thought I’d have a look at QGis again now that it has been updated. I’m always wow’d by what people can do with the GIS mapping. Unfortunately for me I’m an amateur playing in this area. I did a cartography course at Uni way back and enjoy exploring some mapping tools. As QGis and

Google Sheets ImportFEED, Import HTML & ImportXML

         Further to my previous post Google Sheets “GOOGLEFINANCE()” for free Stock data that started with referencing 5 things that Excel couldn’t do but Google Sheets can, I wanted to explore a few of the features mentioned in that video. It mentioned the following Google Sheet Functions: ImportFEED(), Import HTML() &ImportXML() 1. ImportFeed() Well, I followed

Learning UiPath RPA (Robotic Process Automation)

         Macro Tools Following on from Macro productivity tools using AlternativeTo I came across: SikuliX automates anything you see on the screen of your desktop computer running Windows, Mac or some Linux/Unix. It uses image recognition powered by OpenCV to identify and control GUI components. This is handy in cases when there is no easy access to