If you are looking for something besides Average Estimated Illumination, please reply with a more detailed explanation of what you are trying to do.
You should be able to make a copy of the space or room tag you've been using,then edit it to include the 'label' for average estimated illumination in the tag.
I am not understanding your recondations, are there any procedure of how to do this lighting calculation I have a lighting plan and I need to do a lighting calculation
It will not do "Photometric" Calculations where it places footcandle levels on a 1' grid. It only gives "Estimated Illumination" for each room. You need an Add-on such as AGI-32. They have an add-on called "Elumtools". I think this is what you need.
To get any of this to work, you need to place lights in the model with IES files attached to them.
Found out how to see the Average Estimated Illumination or fc in Revit MEP 2013. I hope this will save alot of time for everyone and also make a more sustainable design by using the right amount of lights. The lights that I have do not currently work for AEI it shows up 0.00 fc. So I downloaded a common 2 x 4 light that I will be using from a manufacture and get the IES file. Then I just open up the family in a project and go to Edit Type and put the IES file in the Photometric Web File and change what you need in the Initial Intensity such as the Efficacy hit Ok Apply and open the Edit family for it and save the Family in a folder where you can load it in a project save the IES file just in case you might need to load it agian. Whenever I need an AEI all I would have to do is load the manufacturers light that I edited select the lights that I want an AEI from and change them to the manufactures light escape and click on the space and there you go AEI!!!! then just hit undo and delete the manufac family light that you edited out of the project to save project space. The only issue about this is that the spaces are different in heights I still dont know how revit dest it with different space heights????? Hope this helped!!!!