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To get started, you will need the document itself.
 
To get started, you will need the document itself.
  
* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial36.pdf|'''The ParaView Tutorial''' (for version 3.6)]]
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial398.pdf|'''The ParaView Tutorial''' (for version 3.98)]]
  
 
You will also need the data referenced in the document. (The two archives below contain the same data.  Just download the one with your preferred archive format.)
 
You will also need the data referenced in the document. (The two archives below contain the same data.  Just download the one with your preferred archive format.)
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Of course, you will also need ParaView itself.  You can get the most recent version of ParaView from http://www.paraview.org.
 
Of course, you will also need ParaView itself.  You can get the most recent version of ParaView from http://www.paraview.org.
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If you want to reference this version of The ParaView Tutorial as a publication, please use the following:
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Kenneth Moreland.  ''The ParaView Tutorial'', Version 3.12.  Technical Report SAND 2011-8896P, Sandia National Laboratories, 2011.
  
 
== Translations ==
 
== Translations ==
  
Some individuals have been good enough to translate the tutorial in other languages.  When they become available, we will post them here.  Please keep in mind that these are done after the English version is created an on a volunteer basis.  If you are not finding a recent translation in your native language, then thanks in advance for volunteering to create a new translation.
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Some individuals have been good enough to translate the tutorial in other languages.  When they become available, we will post them here.  Please keep in mind that these are done after the English version is created and on a volunteer basis.  If you are not finding a recent translation in your native language, then thanks in advance for volunteering to create a new translation.
  
* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial-jp.pdf|'''Japanese Translation''' of the ParaView Tutorial for 3.6]].  Thanks to Takuya OSHIMA, Kei OGINO, Hidekazu TANAKA, and Masashi IMANO.
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial38-jp.pdf|'''Japanese Translation''' of the ParaView Tutorial for version 3.8]].  Thanks to Takuya OSHIMA, Kei OGINO, Hidekazu TANAKA, and Masashi IMANO.
  
 
== Previous Versions ==
 
== Previous Versions ==
  
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial312.pdf|The ParaView Tutorial for version 3.12]]
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial310.pdf|The ParaView Tutorial for version 3.10]]
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial38.pdf|The ParaView Tutorial for version 3.8]]
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial36.pdf|The ParaView Tutorial for version 3.6]]
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* [[Media:ParaViewTutorial-jp.pdf|Japanese Translation of the ParaView Tutorial for version 3.6]]
 
* [[SC08 ParaView Tutorial]]
 
* [[SC08 ParaView Tutorial]]
 
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== LaTeX Source ==
 
== LaTeX Source ==
  
In the past, individuals have requested the source materials for the tutorial.  The link below contains an archive of the LaTeX source and images used to build the tutorial.
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In the past, individuals have requested the source materials for the tutorial.  In response, the LaTeX source and images are posted on github: https://github.com/kmorel/ParaViewTutorial (location subject to change). Or you can download the LaTeX repository from this link:
  
 
* [[Media:ParaViewTutorialSrc.tar.gz]]
 
* [[Media:ParaViewTutorialSrc.tar.gz]]
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Contributions to the text are always welcome.  Please send patches or git pull requests either directly to me (kmorel@sandia.gov) or to the ParaView mailing list (paraview@paraview.org).

Revision as of 18:54, 7 November 2012

The ParaView Tutorial is an introductory and comprehensive tutorial. It teaches using ParaView through examples that start at basic usage and continue through more advanced topics such as temporal analysis, animation, parallel processing, and scripting.

This tutorial is sometimes referred to as the supercomputing tutorial because it originated as the handout documents for a series of tutorials at supercomputing. However, because the tutorial was designed for the beginning user, the material was general enough to be useful to a broad audience and became a popular document for learning ParaView. As time passes we are starting to add more advanced topics from tutorials in more specific domains. This tutorial has become something of a repository for teaching materials, hence simply the tutorial.

To get started, you will need the document itself.

You will also need the data referenced in the document. (The two archives below contain the same data. Just download the one with your preferred archive format.)

Of course, you will also need ParaView itself. You can get the most recent version of ParaView from http://www.paraview.org.

If you want to reference this version of The ParaView Tutorial as a publication, please use the following:

Kenneth Moreland. The ParaView Tutorial, Version 3.12. Technical Report SAND 2011-8896P, Sandia National Laboratories, 2011.

Translations

Some individuals have been good enough to translate the tutorial in other languages. When they become available, we will post them here. Please keep in mind that these are done after the English version is created and on a volunteer basis. If you are not finding a recent translation in your native language, then thanks in advance for volunteering to create a new translation.

Previous Versions

LaTeX Source

In the past, individuals have requested the source materials for the tutorial. In response, the LaTeX source and images are posted on github: https://github.com/kmorel/ParaViewTutorial (location subject to change). Or you can download the LaTeX repository from this link:

Contributions to the text are always welcome. Please send patches or git pull requests either directly to me (kmorel@sandia.gov) or to the ParaView mailing list (paraview@paraview.org).