Biddiscombe, John A. | 2 May 09:31 2011
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Re: [Xdmf] simple example for ORIGIN_DX_DY_DZ in xdmf

paraview uses a geometry filter to display datasets - this filter extracts the visible surface of your
data, hence you only see the points on the outer surface.

you can see the points themselves by using the point sprite renderer plugin, or use the cell centre filter
with vertexcells enabled to see the centres of each cell (not the original edge points)

-----Original Message-----
From: xdmf-bounces <at> lists.kitware.com [mailto:xdmf-bounces <at> lists.kitware.com] On Behalf Of pratik
Sent: 01 May 2011 01:25
To: Smith, Andrew G
Cc: xdmf <at> lists.kitware.com; paraview <at> paraview.org
Subject: Re: [Xdmf] simple example for ORIGIN_DX_DY_DZ in xdmf

Also, how do i change it so that the volume is completely filled with 
points? In PV it seems that only the bounding box has been created, as 
can be seen by choosing:"Points" as the representation. I was looking 
for a 3-d grid to define my equations on.....

pratik
On Sunday 01 May 2011 04:34 AM, pratik wrote:
> Thanks Andy! It works perfectly :)
> On Saturday 30 April 2011 07:48 PM, Smith, Andrew G wrote:
>> <?xml version="1.0" ?>
>> <!DOCTYPE Xdmf SYSTEM "Xdmf.dtd" []>
>> <Xdmf Version="2.1" xmlns:xi="http://www.w3.org/2003/XInclude">
>> <Domain Name="Your_Domain">
>> <Grid GridType="Uniform" Name="Your_Grid">
>> <Topology TopologyType="3DCoRectMesh" Dimensions="10 10 10"/>
>> <Geometry Type="ORIGIN_DXDYDZ">
>> <DataItem DataType="Float" Dimensions="3" Format="XML">0.0 0.0 
>> 0.0</DataItem>
>> <DataItem DataType="Float" Dimensions="3" Format="XML">0.1 0.1 
>> 0.1</DataItem>
>> </Geometry>
>> </Grid>
>> </Domain>
>> </Xdmf>
>

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