[Paraview] Announcement: ParaView coprocessing tutorial at SC10

Moreland, Kenneth kmorel at sandia.gov
Mon Aug 9 14:29:38 EDT 2010

Not this year.  The deadline for tutorial proposals is long past.  If enough people are interested (sound off!), I have no problem proposing one next year.

A related tutorial is being held at Vis: DIY Vis Applications.  It won't talk about the coprocessing API, but it will talk of other ways to utilize the ParaView framework for custom applications.


On 8/9/10 11:52 AM, "Eric E. Monson" <emonson at cs.duke.edu> wrote:

Hey Ken,

Any chance you'll do something like this at Vis, too?


Eric E Monson
Duke Visualization Technology Group

On Aug 9, 2010, at 12:37 PM, Moreland, Kenneth wrote:

The ParaView developers are pleased to announce that we will be holding a tutorial on the ParaView coprocessing library at this year's Supercomputing conference for simulation developers and advanced ParaView users.  The coprocessing library is a concise API that allows you to integrate the parallel ParaView services with another application to perform in-situ visualization or other analyses.  Although designed to be coupled with simulation, the coproessing library could be used for subservient processing in any application.  This tutorial will demonstrate how to use the API, how to bind it to other languages, how to dynamically change the visualization via Python scripting, and how to use the ParaView GUI to automatically generate Python scripts.

The tutorial will be held on Sunday, November 14.  To register, go to the Supercomputing web site (http://sc10.supercomputing.org/) and register for the Sunday tutorials.  For more information, see the tutorial Wiki page (http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/SC10_Coprocessing_Tutorial).

(Hint: the Supercomputing hotel booking is now open, and we recommend reserving a room early.  In our experience, Supercomputing hotels tend to sell out fast.)
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