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MayaVi - a free data visualizer for CFD.
Posted Mon May 28, 2001 @01:23PM
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Post Processing Prabhu Ramachandran writes "This is to announce the availability of the MayaVi Data Visualizer version 1.0. This is the first public release. MayaVi is a free, easy to use scientific data visualizer. It is written in Python and uses the Visualization Toolkit (VTK) for the graphics. It provides a GUI written using Tkinter. MayaVi is free and distributed under the GNU GPL. It is also cross platform and should run on any platform where both Python and VTK are available. MayaVi is based on ideas from an earlier CFD data visualizer called VTK-CFD. The original VTK-CFD code base has been completely rewritten and redesigned. The resulting project has been renamed MayaVi and has been SourceForged. MayaVi supports the VTK data format that can handle rectilinear, structured and unstructured grids. It also supports binary structured PLOT3D files. MayaVi can visualize scalar and vector fields and is under active development. For more information, downloadable sources, screenshots, installation instructions, documentation etc. visit the MayaVi home page at:"

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