Dear Ian, Thanks for your reply.
Besides VisIt, I also tried SimulationTools as another way to analyze data. However I do not have Mathematica installed in my local machine(which is a laptop) , so I tried to use the Mathematica in Edison. But it seems that I do not have permission to load a new tool on the cluster. Is there any method can I use it on a super cluster? Best regards, Chia-Hui Lin ________________________________ 寄件者: ian.hin...@aei.mpg.de <ian.hin...@aei.mpg.de> 寄件日期: 2018年2月9日 下午 07:05:10 收件者: 林家暉 副本: rh...@ncsa.illinois.edu; Einstein Toolkit Users; Eloisa Bentivegna 主旨: Re: [Users] questions about compilation > On 9 Feb 2018, at 07:01, 林家暉 <r06222...@ntu.edu.tw> wrote: > > Dear Ian and whom it may concern, > Thank you very much and I successfully plot the surface of the 2D topological > spheres ,as showed below. > However I found there is always a line in the plot from the right to the left > and through the center . What is the possible reason of it ? For instance , > resolution or something else. Hi, I think this is a visualisation artefact; i.e. it is a problem in either VisIt or the Carpet plugin for VisIt; it's not a problem in the simulation itself. I seem to remember that there was a way to avoid this by first "slicing" the NxMx1 3D dataset that Carpet produces to be an NxM 2D dataset, so that VisIt knows it is 2D, but I think when I tried this, it didn't work. Perhaps someone who is more expert in VisIt could suggest something? -- Ian Hinder http://members.aei.mpg.de/ianhin
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