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Old   April 25, 2022, 03:00
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Good day again! Sorry for such a simple question but I can't seem to find the solution. If I use P67 to print the discharge at a cross section, is that file readable by Paraview? I can't seem to wrap my head around how to have the results show up so I can have the model simulation in one viewport, and the overtopping discharge in another.
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Hi Aragorn,
P 67 is a discharge gauge print out. As with the other gauges, this will result in a .dat file output. P 66 1 will add the numbers from this file to the console output as well.

You can import the file to paraview and use the Table to Points filter and enable graph plotting if you want that.
But otherwise, it is a text file and not a visualisation file (vtu/vtp) that is read only through Paraview
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Hi Aragorn,
P 67 is a discharge gauge print out. As with the other gauges, this will result in a .dat file output. P 66 1 will add the numbers from this file to the console output as well.

You can import the file to paraview and use the Table to Points filter and enable graph plotting if you want that.
But otherwise, it is a text file and not a visualisation file (vtu/vtp) that is read only through Paraview
Yes it was the graph plotting I was trying to achieve. I will try that out later, thank you
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