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I have a list of vectors, almost 8000.
They are in a tab delimited text file with x,y,z, velocity magnitude, velocity direction.

I need to show these in a 3d model for visualization purposes but I'm having some trouble. Most of the programs I have researched are for simulation and not used to show the data that I have.

Can someone recommend a process that will allow me to take these points and create a 3d model?

Thank you for all your help.
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