I have a user that is trying to subtract two datasets. Say one dataset is a sphere on a stand, and the second dataset is a sphere on a different stand. I turn off the blocks for the stand, and have only a sphere per dataset. These spheres are heating up. I want to subtract one dataset temperature from the other. I am using the following command: inputs.CellData[‘Temp’]-inputs.CellData[‘Temp’].
The issue, I suspect, is that ParaView is using GlobalNodeIds (or possibly cell count) for this comparison.
My initial question is, how does the Python Calculator step through cells? By GlobalNodeId? By CellId? Just by location of cells in the dataset? Can this be controlled?
A competing product gets this correct, so I believe that the datasets are correct.