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Old   April 9, 2015, 14:00
Question What's the minimum range in paraFoam?
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Hi there,
I have a little problem with visualizing a small data range in paraFoam. To be more precise:

My data range goes from 275 to 275.00000992569, but scaling it does'nt work as paraFoam only recognizes the range 275 to 275.
I've searched the forum and found out that several people had similar problems, however all of them got a related error message which I didn't.
So can anybody help me out? Is this normal, that I can't visualize such small ranges or is there a way to circumvent this?


Thanks in advance!
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