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Old   July 25, 2007, 22:00
Default choosing a time frame to present a plot
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Hey everbody

I have a transient solution with a large number of time frames. When plotting or analyzing contours, for example, the final time frame (snap shot) is available only. Does anybody know how to specifiy other time frames to represent results?

Thanks in advance

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Old   July 29, 2007, 18:41
Default Choosing a time frame to present tesults
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Hey everbody

I have a transient solution with a large number of time frames (snap shots). When plotting or analyzing contours, for example, the final time frame only (snap shot) is available. Does anybody know how to specifiy other previous time frames to represent results?

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