I’m a newbie to paraview. I have some points I’ve managed to plot with a ScatterPlot from a csv file. As you can see the values vary much less on the Z-axis than the others, but I’d like to still see the variation. There seems to be no way to scale the data along the Z-axis so that the Z-axis labels also scale with the points and they’re in the right place.
So as of now, the data lies in the range [0.2, 0.7]. I don’t want that to change, I want the whole Z-axis and the data to be scaled up. When using scale under Properties, the data is scaled but the axis doesn’t move so now all the points are incorrectly placed. Same with the calculator.
Forgive me, this seems like it should be easy but every single thread asking this question has no replies and is dead. I don’t know what else to do.
Update: I found exactly what I’m looking for in ParaView 4.4.0, with cube axes. I can scale up along an axis under the Transforming options, then under the Cube Axes Properties check ‘Original Bounds as Range’ for the axis I scaled. Why isn’t this possible anymore; is there any way I can do this in 5.8.0?