[visit-users] Markers in a plot

Brad Whitlock whitlock2 at llnl.gov
Wed Apr 8 17:24:05 EDT 2009

    You could use a "3D Text" annotation and then label the marker. I 
suppose you could use '*', '.', or words to identify your marker. The 
3D text annotation can be placed at world coordintes x,y,z and you 
can control the height of the annotation as well as various other 
properties. If you're plotting 2D data, just set its z==0.


>Is there a way in VisIt to place some sort of marker (e.g. dot, 
>diamond, square) at specific coordinates?  The closest thing I found 
>was using an image annotation object, but it gets placed at a 
>specific location in the window, instead of the plot.
>Anthony Rasca
>APPM Graduate Student TA
>University of Colorado at Boulder
>Boulder, Colorado 80309-0526
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Brad Whitlock                   Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
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