Paraview's "read-values" capability
i have these values in one of my results files for p :
83333.29732028065 and many more for all the points in the grid.
As you can see, the difference starts from the fourth significant digit and there is a difference in the values, but paraview plots only two values, 83333.306514 for max and 83333.290024 for min, and not the intermediate values. It just show two colours, blue for the min and red for the max.
Why it doesn't plot the other values???
Actually, it's not the 4th significant digit, it's the 9th! ;)
ParaView has some issues with precision, which AFAIK is due to hard-coded limits in the source code.
If you do need to see the results with more precision, you will have to rescale values. Some possible options:
And have you tried the "spreadsheet view"? http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/ParaVie...readsheet_View - this way you can confirm if ParaView has actually loaded those values you listed!
i'm working on setting the reference value for p right now, and see if this works.
I've checked the spreadsheet view, values are loaded with exact precision on each point, that's why i was so concerned for the colour mapping.
Thanks a lot!
i didn't exactly caught your advise of how to subtract the reference value 83333.3. You meant rescaling from the colour map?
Anyway,this is the last step before entering to the source code, 'cause nothing else seems capable of solving the matter.
Sorry, I thought you knew. You can use the "Calculator" filter: http://www.paraview.org/Wiki/ParaVie...ide/Calculator
Quick update: there was an answer in the ParaView mailing list: http://markmail.org/message/pwhpq2p6kdsdvayy
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