[Gmsh] post-processing : first test
paul.carrico at free.fr
paul.carrico at free.fr
Thu Jun 22 10:04:45 CEST 2017
Yes I played with such options, but strange to have 7 intervals when
asking for 10, and to note a different mapping when exporting to the
old/legacy .pos format (but in that case the bounds min/max differ)
I need to dig into the documentation to see if it's possible to write
"in hard"/to play with such options
Le 2017-06-22 08:56, DILASSER Guillaume a écrit :
> Hi Paul,
> I think everything is related to the display options associated with
> your post processing view. I would suggest that you go to the Tools >
> Options menu and in the pop-up window select "View " on the
> left list, to the "General" tab on the top, then change a few
> options :
> · Interval type : set it to Filled Isovalues or Continuous
> · The reason why your mapping is not "regular" is
> because the range of the value to display does not match to the range
> of the data values. Change the range option to Custom, then click on
> the Min and Max button directly under it.
> · If you want, increase the "interval" option to to add
> the interval count in the filled iso-value mode.
> · To increase the number of digit in the legend of a view,
> change the Format option to something like "%.6g".
> Hope this helps, let me know if you still have questions,
> Guillaume DILASSER
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> Hi ,
> I'm performing (first) tests in order to familiarize with gmsh
> post-processingformat; still trying to understand some tags, but I've
> been noticing visual differences in the mapping.
> In the attachment I provide the file (basic 20 nodes hexaedron) and
> nodal values:
> - using the original fomat, the mapping is not regular (and it should
> - whereas if I export it into .pos format, and I reopen the later
> file, i seems consistent
> I had a look in the different option, while it is new for me, nothing
> has been obvious for me : any suggestion ?
> _Nb_: how can I increase the number of digits in the legend ?
> Thanks for the feedbacks
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