[Paraview] Descriptive statistics filter

Martin Vymazal martin.vymazal at vki.ac.be
Wed Oct 13 09:53:04 EDT 2010

Dear ParaView users & developers,

  I have an ouput file that comes from a cfd simulation. After I load  
the data in paraview and apply the descriptive statistics filter, I  
see a table presenting mean value, min., max. ... of my quantities.  
I'd like to ask if it's possible to export this table as a text file  
so that I can plot the values of certain columns with gnuplot, for  

  My second question concerns the keyword 'Cardinality' in descriptive  
statistics. I'd expect this to relate somehow to the number of degrees  
of freedom of my mesh, but the numbers in 'Cardinality' column do not  
always correspond. When I make a slice of my mesh and apply the  
statistics to it, for example, the cardinality values are far bigger  
than the number of nodes of the sliced plane or curve. Is cardinality  
always the total number of nodes of the grid?

Thank you.

  Best regards,

Martin Vymazal

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