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Old   February 9, 2019, 14:52
Default Plotting Multiple Variables in the Same Scene
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Is it possible to plot multiple variables in the same scene --say, for example, a velocity vector field on top of a background showing the volume fraction of a particular phase?

This would be like overlaying two plots in Matlab.

Thanks for any guidance or insight you may provide.
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Yes, just make more than one displayer.
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