Videos: Introduction & Running Paraview on Windows HPC Server

ParaView is an open source tool for display and analysis of large scale scientific data sets. This video teaches new users how to use ParaView to visualize their data. The video demos how to use the different parts of ParaView's user interface, show where to go to find further information about ParaView, and explain the […]

ParaView is an open source tool for display and analysis of large scale scientific data sets. This video teaches new users how to use ParaView to visualize their data. The video demos how to use the different parts of ParaView's user interface, show where to go to find further information about ParaView, and explain the fundamental concepts behind exposed pipeline visualization of large data that allows the learner to master its use quickly.

This video demons how to run ParaView scalably with the Microsoft HPC Server. "We describe the requirements for accessing, processing and rendering your data in parallel and demonstrate parallel visualization with a challenging meterological data set. We explain our pipeline which first conditions the data and then makes a mixed mode visualization that combines colormapping, warping, slicing, isocontouring and glyphing techniques," said Wenming Ye.