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2002
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London, ON

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Waterloo, ON

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2009
Sheridan Institute
Oakville, ON

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Poster (PDF)

General-Purpose Visualization Tools on SHARCNET

Description

Most people use a visualization tool they have been introduced to by their adviser/colleague and have no idea what other packages they can use to visualize their data. This session will start with a quick survey of three open-source general-purpose visualization packages available on SHARCNET: OpenDX, ParaView, and VisIT. We will focus specifically on ParaView, as it is a very handy tool that can be run on all platforms (Windows, Linux, and Mac) both in a standalone mode to render local datasets, and as an interactive client in a client-server mode, in which a remote server performs all the heavy lifting. We will go through several exercises covering such important aspects as importing your own data into ParaView, as well as scripting.

Instructor: Alexei Razoumov, SHARCNET, University of Ontario Institute of Technology.

Prerequisites: No prior experience with scientific visualization is necessary. Some knowledge of either C/C++ or Fortran and a desire to visualize your data would be useful.

Course Materials

slides (PDF)