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Default How to visualize temperature data obtained from meshlab?
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Dear All,

I have a dataset which contains x, y and z co-ordinates along with temperature data. Since, it is point clouds and in Paraview it is visible as points, Delaunay gave very rough mesh and so I could not create a mesh out of it.

Based on this, I move to meshlab to create surface mesh from x, y and z coordinates and saved as stl file. Now my question is, how do I visualize the temperature gradient in paraview from the mesh obtained from Meshlab.?

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Sunag R A.
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