Take a look at the ParaView pipeline in
There, I place arrows along a streamline.
On Thu, Feb 22, 2018 at 1:53 PM, Thomas Oliveira <thomas.olive...@gmail.com>
> I am visualizing disks perpendicular to streamlines by performing the
> following steps, which works.
> 1) Create a Plane
> 2) Create a Stream Tracer with Custom Source using the plane
> 3) With the stream tracer selected in the pipeline browser, add the
> glyph filter
> 4) In the Glyph Type combo box, select “2D Glyph”.
> 5) Select “Circle” in the second Glyph Type combo box
> 6) Click on Filled checkbox.
> 5) Under Active Attributes, make sure the Vectors property is set to
> the vector field I used to create the streamlines.
> 6) Set the Glyph Transform Rotate property to 0, 90, 0.
> On each streamline, many disks are rendered.
> However, if, in Glyph Properties > Active Attributes > Scalars, I select
> SeedIds, I see just one disk per streamline. Would it be possible to have
> many disks per streamline colored by SeedIds?
> My final goal is to illustrate at the outlet face of my model the starting
> position the streamlines that cross it. To do I am trying to render disks
> colored by SeedIds near the inlet and outlet faces, so that pair of disks
> of a same color represents two points connected by a streamline. Any other
> idea that provides a similar visual result is also welcome.
> Best regards,
> Thomas Oliveira
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