Within the "Quantities of the BIM model" tab, there is a component tree located on the left-hand side of the screen, at the top.
This hierarchical tree shows the different components or objects contained in the model.
The structure of the data presented in the component tree follows the scheme of the IFC standard.
There are two configuration possibilities depending on the active selection in the "View" group of the top toolbar:
This option displays a tree that organises components according to the IFC entity they belong to (IfcWall, IfcSlab, IfcSpace, etc.).
This option allows users to organise the tree based on the spatial structure inherited from the BIM model (site, building, floor, space).
As well as the hierarchical listing itself, each line is accompanied by a symbol referring to its linkage status with the quantities:
|All components have at least one associated item.|
|None of the components have associated items because they have been selected from a rule of measurement not marked as "Import" in the set of measurement rules.|
|Some components in this group have an associated item and other components do not have associated items because they have been selected from a rule of measurement that is not marked as "Import".|
|There are selected components in a rule of measurement with warnings.|
|There are components without an associated item.|
|There was an error when applying the rule of measurement to one of the components.|