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Hallo!

I'm trying to display in ParaView difference between fields values corresponding to 2 different time steps. I didn't find any solution. Would any one please give some tips how to do this. I found how to create shifted in time data using Time Shift Scale filter, but can not find easy way how to subtract those shifted values from current and display that.

I would really appreciate your help!
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