[aspect-devel] Visualizing actual solution

Jonathan Perry-Houts jperryh2 at uoregon.edu
Thu Oct 29 11:22:10 PDT 2015

I guess it's not super important, but is there an easy way to
interrogate an FEValues object for the solution at an arbitrary point?
Even just outputting a regularly spaced grid of point values would make
a nice, mesh-independent file type that could be plotted with gnuplot,
or matplotlib, or something.


On 10/28/2015 02:37 PM, Wolfgang Bangerth wrote:
> On 10/28/2015 04:28 PM, Bruno Turcksin wrote:
>>> I am not aware of a way to do this using current deal.II
>>> functionality. I don't even know if any visualization package supports
>>> this.
>> Visit can do it but deal.II does not support the output format.
> I think the best any of these formats support are quadratic shape
> functions, but I'm not familiar with any format that supports higher
> order shape functions. In either case, deal.II doesn't even do quadratic
> shape functions in DataOut.
> Best
>  W.

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