[visit-users] clipping a surface plot

Eric Brugger brugger1 at llnl.gov
Fri Apr 17 20:05:15 EDT 2009


That definitely looks like incorrect behavior. A work around would be to create
a Pseudocolor plot and apply the Elevate operator to make it into a surface.
When I did this with your data I had to bring up the Elevate operator 
and turn on "Elevation height relative to XY limits", which is at the 
top of the
Elevate operator attributes window. You can then apply the Clip operators
as you did.

I have attached an image showing the result of doing that on your data with
the clips you specified.


At 01:48 PM 4/17/2009, Paolo Greppi wrote:
>Hi there,
>I have observed what I believe is an incorrect behavior in Visit 1.11.2;
>here are the steps to reproduce on Windows XP.
>I create two surface plots with the attached silo database, for variables Pv
>and Pl.
>Next I clip Pv at 0 78.5 0 with normal 0 1 0 and again Pv at 493 0 0 with
>normal -1 0 0.
>The resulting plot is displayed in the attached file "before.jpg".
>The trouble comes when I clip Pl at 0 70.3 0 with normal 0 -1 0. The left
>part of the Pl plot is correctly clipped away, but somehow the remaining
>right part of the Pl surface is simultaneously scaled down - see the second
>plot in the attached file "after.jpg".
>Any ideas ? This could well be a mistake on my part
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