Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Moreland, Kenneth
I may have told you the wrong parameters. Try using 0.005 for the temporal shift rather than -0.005. -Ken On 12/1/16, 3:10 PM, "Huangrui Mo" wrote: Hello Ken, Thank you for the provided solution, however, it seems like the solution does not work

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Unable to rescale properly the color map

2016-12-01 Thread Luigi R
No problem Alan. Thanks for replying. I thought my issue was due to truncation. Anyhow, I had a look at the bug #16978 and, if I can, I would like to give my opinion. When min and max are the same or both zero, I expect as user to see an unique color in the color map either red or blue. If you

Re: [Paraview] Experimental Data Interpolate/Extrapolate to Custom Volume Mesh

2016-12-01 Thread Gallagher, Timothy P
If I understand you correctly, you were able to take each experimental plane and sample it in a the CFD data on the same plane? Now you would like to stack your experimental planes together and interpolate it onto the CFD grid? I haven't done this, so I'm not sure if it's going to work, but

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Huangrui Mo
Hello Ken, Thank you for the provided solution, however, it seems like the solution does not work well: using the Paraview 5.2.0 (I just downloaded the latest version, and realizing that there is a modification on showing the max counter of time steps), after applying the method you provided,

Re: [Paraview] Fwd: Segfault reading polyhedral cells xdmf3 file

2016-12-01 Thread Alessandro De Maio
Both the cases are ok on the Windows PC. On Thu, Dec 1, 2016 at 6:19 PM, Armin Wehrfritz wrote: > To follow up on this issue, I have done some more testing. From the link > below you can find two datasets with polyhedral cells, where one is > working just fine and the other

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Moreland, Kenneth
Huangrui, I found a work around that I think does what you want. After you load in your two data sets, right click on one of them in the Pipeline Browser and check on the “Ignore Time” option. This will tell ParaView to ignore the time in that data set, so will only visit the time steps in the

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Moreland, Kenneth
Actually, I think Sequence mode is more appropriate than Real Time mode in this case, but I too think that is the answer. To explain more what (we think) is going on: When you load data with time in ParaView, it goes to a Snap to Timesteps mode where it will visit each unique timestep once

Re: [Paraview] Memory-saving method for data passing

2016-12-01 Thread David Lonie
Many VTK objects have a ShallowCopy method that does what you want. You can shallow copy the entire datasets (which just copies pointers to data into a new dataset container), or selectively copy e.g. points. Datasets can easily share components. For instance, if you have two grids that have the

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Unable to rescale properly the color map

2016-12-01 Thread Scott, W Alan
Lugi, I am fairly sure you are seeing this bug: https://gitlab.kitware.com/paraview/paraview/issues/16978. It is scheduled to be fixed in an upcoming release, but the solution isn't trivial. I will add your example to the bug. Alan From: ParaView [mailto:paraview-boun...@paraview.org] On

Re: [Paraview] Unable to load binary or vplot files

2016-12-01 Thread Martin Huarte Espinosa
Dear Joachim: thanks for the help. My best, Martín On Wed, Nov 30, 2016 at 12:20 PM, Joachim Pouderoux < joachim.pouder...@kitware.com> wrote: > Hi Martin, > > Unfortunately there is no reader for this format in VTK/ParaView. > Moreoever, VPL looks like a > vector graphics format and there is

[Paraview] Memory-saving method for data passing

2016-12-01 Thread Straub, Alexander
Good day, I am currently developping a bunch of plugins (filters) for Paraview in the following setup: I have input data as a rectilinear grid, including an array of scalar values per cell (volume-of-fluid data (vof)). On this data I now want to perform some calculations. First, a plugin

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Scott, W Alan
Not sure if this is the correct answer, but try view/ animation View. Then, change the Mode to Real Time. Enter your start time and end time, and number of time steps of interest (i.e., 500). Is that what you are looking for? alan -Original Message- From: ParaView

[Paraview] Time Synchronization for Case and Geometry Sequences

2016-12-01 Thread Huangrui Mo
Dear Paraview Developer, May you please help me with the following issue: Suppose when a solver writes data out, the field data is written in Ensight format, and the time sequence is streamed in "ensight.case". Meanwhile, the geometry data is written in VTK format, and the time sequence is

Re: [Paraview] Fwd: Segfault reading polyhedral cells xdmf3 file

2016-12-01 Thread Armin Wehrfritz
To follow up on this issue, I have done some more testing. From the link below you can find two datasets with polyhedral cells, where one is working just fine and the other one is crashing consistently when opening it in ParaView 5.2. The XDMF files are created form the respective .vtu files with

Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Duplicate Layouts

2016-12-01 Thread postgurke
Hi Tobias You could get the DisplayProperties of all your objects and then set them accordingly in the new render window using the Python Shell. I have written a short script for myself for this task --- however something is not quite correct, as strange colorings sometimes appear after turning