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Default Real-time X-Y plot in paraview
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Dear Foamers,

I am using paraview to post process OpenFOAM results. I'm working on an open channel case. In addition to OpenFOAM run results, I've post-processed the flow rate through the inlet. Now I have a CSV file that contains the flow rate in each time step.

I also managed to plot this file in paraview using "Table To Points" + "plot Data" filters.

Now, the file is plotted for all time steps with a time marker which indicate the current time step.

Alternatively, I want to make this plot up to the current time step only and automatically update it each time step with a new data point.

Is that possible within paraview?
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