Welcome to ParaView

ParaView is an open-source, multi-platform data analysis and visualization application. ParaView users can quickly build visualizations to analyze their data using qualitative and quantitative techniques. The data exploration can be done interactively in 3D or programmatically using ParaView’s batch processing capabilities.

ParaView was developed to analyze extremely large datasets using distributed memory computing resources. It can be run on supercomputers to analyze datasets of petascale size as well as on laptops for smaller data, has become an integral tool in many national laboratories, universities and industry, and has won several awards related to high performance computation.

Download Latest Release

ParaView version 5.6. is now available for download.

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The ParaView Guide

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ParaView Forum

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ParaView Platform in Action

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Climate Research

The Climate Data Analysis Tools (CDAT) project leverages ParaView with other open-source tools to enable analysts to track, monitor, and predict climate changes.

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CFD Simulations

Computational fluid dynamics (CFD) simulations with ParaView enable aviation teams to study lift and drag, and thereby improve design efficiency.

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Immersive Data

By immersing themselves in the data with ParaView, researchers can interactively explore data in a more intuitive manner.

Cloud-resolving simulation

Cloud-resolving simulation over Germany using ICON HighRes

PHASTA and ParaView Catalyst

a high-fidelity CFD simulation of flow control applied to realistic wing profiles using PHASTA and ParaView Catalyst.

Shaped Charge Jet Penetration

ALEGRA simulation for shaped charge jet penetration in ceramic plates.

From our blog

Working with vtkDataArrays: 2019 Edition

As discussed at last week’s hackathon, VTK is moving in the direction of deprecating the GetVoidPointer/ vtkTemplateMacro method of working with data arrays. Efforts are underway … Read More

Improving animation performance in ParaView

Improving animation playback performance with caching … Read More

Introducing Explicit Structured Grids in VTK and ParaView

Data Structure An explicit structured grid is a new data structure in VTK sharing properties of both structured and unstructured grids. This new dataset is … Read More