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Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

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Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Hello,

I would like to learn how do we use analysed feature say distance in to relation.

eg. i measure a distance using analysis which turn out to be 'x'.

And if i wish to place a plane at 'x/2'.

Thank you for your time and consideration.

analysed_distance.bmprelation.bmp

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Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

You first have to create a measurement feature

measurement-feature.jpg

Once created, you can open the relation window, and choose to insert a parameter from list:

parameter-name.jpg

You have to look in feature:

object-type.jpg

Then click on the measurement feature you first created and select the right parameter, click on "Insert Selected" and the measure parameter will be in your relation.

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Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Vinit,

see attached part.

FYI: Your license has to enable you to save analysis results as feature.

Martin Hanak


Martin Hanák

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

You first have to create a measurement feature

measurement-feature.jpg

Once created, you can open the relation window, and choose to insert a parameter from list:

parameter-name.jpg

You have to look in feature:

object-type.jpg

Then click on the measurement feature you first created and select the right parameter, click on "Insert Selected" and the measure parameter will be in your relation.

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Welcome to the forum Vinit.

You can save the measurement as a feature. As such, you can use the feature's parameters in relations.

While editing your relations, click the "[ ]" button (next to the "fx") and the parameter window opens. At the "look-in" menu, select "feature" and click on the saved measurement feature in the feature tree. The parameters of the measurement will show in the "select parameter" screen. Highlight the parameter name you want to use in relations and click the "Insert Selected" at the bottom left of the parameter dialog. Now the parameter is added to your relation window. Here is an example: x=RADIUS:FID_276/2

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Don't everyone answer at once now

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

I think I was first to click on "Reply" (spending more time to make pictures and write my answer)

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Thank you so much.

Re: Using measured dimension from analysis in relation

Thank you very much