OOF2: The Manual
Contour Line (PlainContourDisplay) — Draw contour lines for the given output data.
- Time at which to plot Type: A floating point number, or the earliest or latest time.
- Quantity to be plotted Type: An
Outputobject whose value is a real number.
- Plot at displaced or original position? Type: An
Outputobject whose value is a position in the xy plane.
- level of lowest contour, or 'automatic' Type: An integer, a real number, or the string 'automatic'.
- level of highest contour, or 'automatic' Type: An integer, a real number, or the string 'automatic'.
- number of levels or list of levels (in ) Type: An integer, or a list of numbers.
- number of internal subdivisions per element Type: Integer.
- line width Type: An integer in the range [0, 10].
- line color Type: An object of the
what is the value to be plotted.
max specify the
range of the data to be plotted. One or both of them may be set
to automatic, in which case they are
determined by the actual limits of the data.
levels determines the number of contour lines
to be drawn. It can be either an integer, in which case the
specified number of lines will be evenly spaced between
max, or it may be a
Python list of real numbers
specifying the contour values,
The OOF2 contour plotting routines divide each element into a
number of small triangles (bins), and linearly interpolate the plotted
quantity within the bins.
nbins is the number
of bins along the edge of a Mesh element. A small value of
nbins will lead to a faster but cruder
nbins must be at least 1.
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