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Old   June 13, 2020, 14:24
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Dear Foamers,

I have kind of a challenge for you. I am looking a way to extract 3D flow data with out using paraview : I need to automize the action. So for example : if I what to extract data from a cube, the only approache I found was to use the topoSet function to extract cellID inthe volume and to change "probes" function input to get ID instead of coordinate... but this is super heavy and the output is given buy a lane for each writing time. So if I have 4000 points i want to extract, I got 4000 collums ... This is not possible...

So I am so supprise there is no tool to go from cellset (list of cell ID) to flow datas (velocity, pressure, vorticity, and maybe cellVolume).

Do you have any idea? Thanks for your help !

Magi
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