minimalistic scientific plotter and run-time visualization module
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Viper is a light–weight runtime visualization package for scalar and vector fields over unstructured meshes. The intended use is simple plotting, not advanced post–processing. As a consequence, Viper is mainly controlled by key–bindings, available when Viper is run in interactive mode.

Viper can be used in two different modes; one mode that is stand-alone working with a simplified unstructured mesh format given by a vertex array and a cell-node connectivity array, and floating point numpy arrays representing either scalar or vector fields over the mesh. The other mode is tied to DOLFIN, aiming at providing that project a simple way of visualizing native DOLFIN data types such as dolfin::Mesh, dolfin::Function, and dolfin::MeshFunction.
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blueXrider 11 years ago

quite nice