[Gmsh] Interpreting Element data in the post-processing format
snigdha.dagar at gmail.com
Tue Jun 13 01:02:49 CEST 2017
As part of my master's thesis, I am trying to simulate the effects of tDCS
on neuronal populations. To get the electric field density distribution on
the head mesh model, I am using the simNIBS software, which uses getdp. The
post-processing gmsh file that is generated has only the element data. I
would ideally want the nodal data (ie the density value at each node on the
surface). I am not sure how I should interpret the element data (take the
mean of the three values and then assume the centroid of the surface
triangle as a node corresponding to this value?). Any clarification on this
would be very helpful.
I want the nodal data so that I can then use this as an input to my large
scale brain model (which I am simulating using The Virtual Brain) and be
able to simulate EEG activity generated after a certain tDCS protocol.
On Tue, Jun 13, 2017 at 4:26 AM, Snigdha Dagar <snigdha.dagar at gmail.com>
> Dear all,
> As part of my master's thesis, I am trying to simulate the effects of tDCS
> on neuronal populations. To get the electric field density distribution on
> the head mesh model, I am using the simNIBS software, which uses getdp to
> generate the post-processing gmsh values.
> Snigdha Dagar
> Electronics and Communication Engineering
> IIIT Hyderabad
Electronics and Communication Engineering
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