|May 8, 2014, 06:23||
ParaView 1D plots
Join Date: Sep 2010
Location: Russia , Moscow.
Posts: 13Rep Power: 6
I'm stuck in a problem with simple 1D plotting. I have file that looks like this:
t p T
0.0 1.0 300.0
0.1 1.1 310.0
0.2 1.0 301.0
0.3 1.4 305.0
..... ....... ......
10.0 1.3 3000.0
Several hydrodynamic variables are written in several columns. So I want to plot curves p(t), T(t), etc. But unfortunately I cannot see any way to visualize it properly. I have tried visit and paraview with different combinations of readers but neither of them worked. Maybe you can suggest how I can manage this problem without serious changes in my file. I've attached example to this post.
Thank you in advance !
|June 15, 2014, 11:43||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Lisbon, Portugal
Blog Entries: 34Rep Power: 84
I've been meaning to look into your question sooner, but only now did I manage to have some time to look into it.
The problem is that your CSV file is not abiding to at least the simpler convention of the file format: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comma-separated_values - as you can see, the idea is to have commas (,) separating the values.
The attached file to this post should work as intended.
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