i dont understand your question entirely. but if you want to view the dataset in a wireframe mode, just press 'w' in the visualisation window
volume average with paraview
I'd like to konw if it's possible to calculate a volume average in paraview. I had all the data point value defined in the volume.
I tried to use the QVTK package given with vtk 5.0 but i seem to be lost. i m asking for help. when i cmake the package it gives me an error on the cmakelist.txt. could somebody be nice enough to post a cmakelists that actually works.
Hi I am looking around for open source parallel vis programs for unstructured grid 3d+time data. I need to make sections and volume renders from model output. FVCOM is a finite volume coastal ocean model.
The output is NETCDF, I saw this file type mentioned briefly under HDF4, but it does not seem to be one of the major input files supported by paraview? can I make it work? How hard would it be?
What kind of unstructured grid data is allowed in paraview? Ocean models are hell because velocity is at cell centers, tracers are at nodes and cell edges, infact I think we have data at five different locations specified by the nodes and conectivity. Can paraview handle this?
thoughts and suggestions?
Question of Bulid VTK.
I use Visual C++ 6.0 to open VTK, and I already trans the VTK to VC project with CMake,But when I Bulid the project , the lib file bulid ok, But when bulid the project CommonCxxTests it have an link error. It says can not found debug.obj, The Error Code is :
Configuration: CommonCxxTests - Win32 Debug--------------------
Linking... LINK : fatal error LNK1104: cannot open file "vtk-5.0.1\bin\.\Debug.obj" Error executing link.exe.
ALL_BUILD - 1 error(s), 0 warning(s)
I go to vtk-5.0.1\bin\.\ , there's no file called debug.obj , But I can not found the setting of this file in link option.
Can anyone help me . Thanks very much!
I already compiled ITK a few weeks ago on debian etch with a 2.6.16 kernel.
But after a system update today, I got the following problem which seems to be compiler independent (I get the same results for g++-4.12, g++-3.4, g++-3.3, and g++-2.95):
[ 5%] Built target itkopenjpeg [ 5%] Building CXX object Utilities/MetaIO/CMakeFiles/ITKMetaIO.dir/metaArrow.oIn file included from /usr/include/c++/3.4/bits/stl_algobase.h:67,
from /usr/include/c++/3.4/bits/char_traits.h:46, from /usr/include/c++/3.4/ios:46, from /usr/include/c++/3.4/ostream:45, from /usr/include/c++/3.4/iostream:45, from /home/krebs/opt/itk/InsightToolkit-2.8.1/Utilities/MetaIO/metaArrow.cxx:3:
/usr/include/c++/3.4/cstdlib:116: error: `::system' has not been declared make: *** [Utilities/MetaIO/CMakeFiles/ITKMetaIO.dir/metaArrow.o] Error 1 make: *** [Utilities/MetaIO/CMakeFiles/ITKMetaIO.dir/all] Error 2 make: *** [all] Error 2
It seems that something goes wrong in cstdlib.
If I am wrong with this beginner's problem here, please recommend me an appropriate group.
All in all, it seems that this is a problem due to debian pthreads:
Installing kaffe-pthreads package and removing libpthread-dev package
allows to compile the result of ccmake. I do not understand why, but it works now. A.
Why cmake donot generate the java source file?I use vtk5
My project use java to generate vtk files and display these files,now my work is to generate this vtk files,I only have some example of Visual C++6 Examples,I have to change these codes into java codes.But I can not find some java source files in vtk5.02.
Why cmake donot generate the java source file?I use vtk5.0.2 .
When generated,in the output_directory/java/vtk ,only find some *.java.rule,*.class.rule files,there is no *.java file.Where are these files(there are only some *Driver.java,but others are miss)?
When I use Visual C++ 6 open the vtk.dsw,and compile,the infomation show that when compile *Driver.java,can not find symbol: vtk3DWidget vtkBoxWidget vtkImagePlaneWidget .....
So,my question is:where are these file? Can anyone help me?Thanks.
First, I'd like to say thanks to everyone for working on ParaView. I showed it off to an NASA aerodynamisist who frequents a local coffee shop. I showed him the volume interpolation render after a clip. Nice work.
Though, I wondered, why the volume rendering/representation isn't available without clipping. Also, I don't see it at all in the 2.9.7 version. Could you please make it a standard rendering tool?
Also, there is talk on the OpenFlower CFD forum, about building building interoperability between OpenFlower and an yet-to-be chosen visualization program. I gave Paraview a nudge in the forum.
On windows, Paraview 2.9.7 seems to have an issue with the window boarder being out of reach, otherwise it seems more polished than the stable version.
Thanks, and Take Care, BrendaEM