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Old   April 5, 2022, 13:42
Default Can Paraview read data in a .txt file?
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Hi guys,

I am trying to read a text file in ParaView.

I have the results of my simulation's temperature field. At each time step, I want to subtract the mean value generated by the analytical solution from this field.

Throughout the solution, the mean temperature values of the analytical solution were recorded as .txt files.

Basically, I need to read these values in Paraview at each time step and use them to subtract the temperature field in my simulation and create a new field using the calculator in Paraview.
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