In terms of an initial estimate, you can:

- Use the TuneUp view extension to get the run time for the graph.
- Divide that by 6 because you’ve got six cores working concurrently with Generative Design.
- Take the generation and population settings of your graph and multiply them, so a 100x100 study is 10000.
- Multiply the result of step two and step three - this is about how long it will take.

Obviously this is an estimate - some combinations of inputs will run faster than others, the tuneup test doesn’t take into account recording the results or the geometry, and of your graph accesses data outside of the dyn itself that may reduce the capacity of the six cores.