Latest update: July 15, 2021
If you can do your own installs, go to http://www.paraview.org and select Download up at the top.
ParaView example files from the notes.
|scalar.csv||Scalar data in input csv form|
|scalar.pvsm||Full state of scalar data visualization|
|scalar.py||Full state of scalar data as a Python script|
|vector.csv||Vector data in input csv form|
|vector.pvsm||Full state of vector data visualization|
|vector.py||Full state of vector data as a Python script|
|terrain.csv||Mount Hood terrain data in input csv form|
|terrain.pvsm||Full state of Mount Hood terrain data visualization|
|terrain.py||Mount Hood terrain data as a Python script|
|scalarcompare.pvsm||Full state of a scalar comparison view|
|anim.pvsm||Full state of the animation example|
|anim.avi||AVI animation file|
|anim.ogv||OGV animation file|
|parallelcoords.pvsm||Full state of the parallel coordinates example|
You can get a .zip file with all of these files here.
(The *.pvsm files are actually XML so they can be looked at.)
Here's notes on some other fun things:
Blender notes -- Modeling, Rendering, and Animation
Scratch notes -- drag and drop programmiung with animation and sound, and even some game development
SketchUp notes -- who would have ever guessed it was so easy to draw in 3D?
TinkerCAD notes -- this is really good if you want to make models that can be 3D-printed
Game Maker notes -- develop your own 2D game with collisions and sound
Comments? Suggestions? Questions? Contact:
Oregon State University Computer Science
2117 Kelley Engineering Center
Corvallis, OR 97331-5501