I have added in my work flow a tableToPoints filter using the values in the conductivity column for the color.
Now, as soon as I try to visualize e possibile surface as shown for instance in this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UMnIwdQhZE4
I get no result.
here is the relevant picture.
In case your points aren’t ordered, you could also check out a filter I built for PVGeo to recover uniform-ish grids from points sets: After installation, its available throught the filters menu in ParaView as the Voxelize Points filter. Here are the docs for it which are currently lacking a good ParaView example
On the other side, Idid try “tabletopoints” filter, scaled the color values for the points, and after that a “3Ddelaunay” filter, and then a top a “isovolume” and it works more or less, except the resolution is not fine enough. Please see the enclosed picture:
Thank ypu Bane. You may also take a look to my previous answer for Cory. About your filter for PVGeo, seems very promising. I’m not sure i’m skilled enough to set up all these on my macbook, but I’ll try, starting with anaconda.
With the Table to Structured Grid filter, you’ll need to set the Whole Extent property as well. The first two line edits are the starting index (usually 0) and maximum index in the X direction, the two line edits in the next row are the same, but for Y, and the third row is for Z. So if your grid’s size (in points) is R in X, S in Y, and T in Z, set the whole extent to
Aftert that, you may want to help me further, I need a finer resolution of the geometry.
As I do apply the Isovolume filter to get the virtually reconstructed surfaces, but the resolution seems not better than with the other way, “tabletopoints” filter. You may compare the two results in the enclosed pictures (Isovolume 1 is via the “tabletostructuredgrid” filter, Isovolume 2 is via the “tabletopoints” filter)
@ubi_laptop your resolution will be limited by your input data unless you apply some filter to add more grid points via some interpolation. I am assuming by resolution, you want finer mesh / denser geometry.
Some interpolation in the table or in the filter, but I can’t find a way for either one or the other. I’m asking this because I’ve seen a commercial software manipolating the same grid, and the result is way finer.