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Old   July 25, 2013, 11:07
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Hi
I want to see rho field to be normalized by dividing to initial rho.
I have to use calculator tool or another way?how?
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hi
I fogot to say i solved the issue sooner.
For others:write your expression like: rho/1.25
In the related box and you can choose a name for new field,that's all!
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