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NEW in Tracer V3 for IFC

Using the Tracer IFC Exporter

This tutorial provides an over view of the Tracer V3 exporter for IFC files. The exporter processes the files to a relational database SQLite file that can be queried by Power BI. The exporter also provides several helpful links to Tracer documentation resources.

Importing the Tracer 3D Visual into Power BI

This tutorial covers how to import the Tracer 3D Power BI Visual (*.PBIVIZ file) into a Microsoft Power BI report.

Updating to the V3 3D Power BI Visual

This tutorial reviews the recommended updating process for updating to the Tracer V3 3D Power Bi visuals in your reports. The V3 visual introduces numerous changes to the visual so it is recommended that users create a new V3 version in their reports.

NEW Power BI Format Settings in Tracer V3

This tutorial introduces how to set up and format the Tracer 3D Power BI visual to view 3D Revit data. The 3D Power BI visual included Tracer V3 contains numerous visual performance enhancements and formatting settings to improve the user experience for integrating 3D within the Microsoft Power BI environment.

NEW Support for Conditional Formatting in Power BI

This video covers how the 3D Power BI visual included in Tracer 3D supports Conditional Formatting for color coding objects in Power BI. Conditional formatting is a great way to create heat maps!

NEW Options for Multi-View Navigation

This tutorial covers new options available for leveraging the 3D visuals “view” input and displaying categorized model geometry within multiple viewports within the 3D Power BI visual. In V3, we introduced new options for independent camera navigation for multiple views.

NEW Context Geometry Inputs

This tutorial introduces the concept of using “Context” inputs to Tracer’s 3D Power BI visual. ‘Context’ inputs are a way to flag geometry to be behave as ‘background’ information with separate visualization settings. This example shows two separate models with elements from one model being used as ‘context” for coordination purposes.

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