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Old   July 31, 2014, 00:02
Default Exporting slice as csv from state
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Hi,

I have cfd results in time and would like to obtain average velocity through a number of planes across my domains. I am writing a paraview script so that I can get all those planes in time automatically, and planning to export it as different .csv files

First I saved a state which contains:
- original volume of domain
- slice I defined at different locations at domain
- integrate variables at each slice to get average velocity

Here is a sample of my python script:
from paraview.simple import *
servermanager.LoadState("C:\\Deskktop\\State.pvsm" )

Render()
view = GetActiveView()
reader = GetActiveSource()

writer = CreateWriter("C:\\Desktop\\foo.csv", reader)
writer.FieldAssociation = "Points"
writer.UpdatePipeline()
del writer


In my state file ".pvsm", I already have the integrated slice I want to export in spreadsheet view as activeview when I save the state.

When I run the script as python macro, it loads the state as spreadsheet view, but it does not export the .csv file. And it did not show any error message.

What could have possibly gone wrong?

Thanks!!!
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