There are a number of ways in which you can learn the basics and more advanced aspects of using the Geometry Gym plug-in tools.
There is an extensive number of examples on the geometry gym blog which have been posted over a number of years. Most examples will have a example files attached and generally reference a you-tube video.
You can visit Geometry Gyms YouTube channel where a number of videos have been posted on different workflows.
There are a number of examples which have been added to this guide in the relevant sections. They are generally located under the specific plug-in tabs. You can download one example or a complete .zip file of the entire example group.
Examples are broken into two types:
Feature models demonstrate a feature, generally specific to one or a series of components to demonstrate one way to use the specific tool.
Model examples demonstrate multiple features in order to demonstrate a workflow. These can include simple examples of defining a simple beam with loads and extracting results or completing intermediate and advanced analysis on a complex building.
If you have any good examples that you would be willing to share please do get in touch.
A big challenge in fully utilizing the Geometry Gym is to have a good understanding on how to use Grasshopper and other parametric design tools.
If you are new to parametric design there are countless video tutorials online which can help to get you started. We recommend the following websites which are generally tailored to learning specific to the built environment: