|June 18, 2014, 22:17||
export transient data to ONLY ONE csv file?
Join Date: Jan 2010
Location: Laval University, Canada
Posts: 366Rep Power: 8
I'd like to export probe location transient data to a single csv file. When I click Write All Time Steps, Paraview exports a csv file for each time step and I'd like to have a single csv file with a time column.
Any idea? I'm sure there is a 'python way'.
When I Select Points On (d) then Plot Selection Over Time, I can export the time series to a single csv file, but what annoys me is that I can't choose the exact coordinate with Select Points On, I can only use the mouse and click on a surface (or am I missing something?)
|April 8, 2015, 13:21||
Join Date: Nov 2012
Location: Bordeaux, France
Posts: 52Rep Power: 4
Did you find a way to export in one file ?
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