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Analyze Your Time-Dependent Data 6 Times Faster
Posted Thu March 07, 2019 @05:20PM
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Announcements Tecplot will host How to Analyze Your Time-Dependent Data 6 Times Faster on Wednesday April 3rd.

This webinar will show you how the power of Python can take advantage of multi-process parallelism. Using Tecplot 360ís Python API, PyTecplot, you can get your results up to six times faster.


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Letís face it, analyzing large amounts of transient data can take forever. Animating images to a movie can take an entire weekend to complete. Why canít Tecplot just do it for me, and do it faster?

Webinar Agenda:

  1. The Problem - Post-processing time-dependent data can take a long time and consume large amounts of RAM.
  2. Solution - Reduce memory usage and take advantage of multi-processing Ė both will drastically speed up transient post-processing.
  3. The Results - Get your results up to six times faster!
  4. Caveats - Of course there are caveats! We will explain each of these: hardware constraints, licensing, dataset compatibility.
  5. Future Work - We plan to test this on a distributed HPC system.
  6. Q&A

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