[Paraview] How to see 3D Surface
rokuingh at gmail.com
Wed Dec 30 20:26:05 EST 2009
Thanks for the response. Yes, I am trying to make a terrain map, and
yes I have tried the Delauney filters. I have a 2D unstructured mesh,
with several fields defined at the grid points. When I view the data I
get a 2D contour map, but what I want is a non-colored 3D representation
of f(x,y), with grid lines, where f is the height above my 2D x-y
plane. Does that make sense?
Someone else just responded saying that vitesse means "speed" in french,
but I'm still unsure what the command is supposed to do.
David Doria wrote:
> On Wed, Dec 30, 2009 at 6:06 PM, Ryan O'Kuinghttons <rokuingh at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I am trying to generate a 3D dataset from a 2D dataset with field values. I
>> read the thread in the subject line, and tried the suggestion but couldn't
>> get it to work. The suggestion was to use the calculator to do the
>> coords + vitesse_X*kHat
>> I tried doing things like:
>> coords + (my_field_value)*coordsZ
>> that didn't work, and I can't figure out what "vitesse" is, can you
>> enlighten me? Thanks!
> What do you mean by field values? Are you trying to make a "terrain
> map" - i.e. a surface that is z = f(x,y)? If so, you can use the
> Delaunay 2D filter.
> Sorry if this is way off - I didn't see the beginning of the conversation.
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