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Old   February 15, 2012, 02:55
Question How to plot contour lines in Tecplot 360 using Excel file
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I am using Tecplot 360. I want to draw some contours line using Excel data import to Tecplot 360. I have gone through the user guide, but have not understood how to do it.

I can import data from excel to Tecplot but can not draw contour line.

Does anyone can help me that how i can draw contour line in Tecplot importing data from a excel file?

If anybody has an example file where there are step-by-step guidelines, it would be helpful for me.


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Old   May 30, 2012, 19:22
Default Tecplot 360 Tutorial: Showing Countours from Surface Points
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In this Tecplot tutorial, you will learn how to view your contours after your have loaded data into Tecplot 360:
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