[Paraview] [EXT] Re: [EXTERNAL] Excel Pivot Table like functionality
dennis_conklin at goodyear.com
Sun Aug 6 14:00:39 EDT 2017
I'm heading off on a month of vacation, but I'm looking at using the pivot table functionality in pandas within a Programmable filter. I'm not sure when I will get time to get back into this!
From: Cory Quammen [mailto:cory.quammen at kitware.com]
Sent: Friday, August 04, 2017 2:36 PM
To: Scott, W Alan <wascott at sandia.gov>
Cc: Dennis Conklin <dennis_conklin at goodyear.com>; Paraview (paraview at paraview.org) <paraview at paraview.org>
Subject: [EXT] Re: [Paraview] [EXTERNAL] Excel Pivot Table like functionality
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That's a fairly complex operation that you describe. I'm afraid there isn't anything canned to do this in ParaView. It should be possible with a fairly impressive Programmable Filter, though.
On Mon, Jul 31, 2017 at 12:52 PM, Scott, W Alan <wascott at sandia.gov> wrote:
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> Dennis Conklin
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> Subject: [EXTERNAL] [Paraview] Excel Pivot Table like functionality
> So, I have a multi-block dataset (Exodus). Within each block, I have sets
> of 360 elements which have a common index. So, in Block 1, elements 0-359
> have a cell variable called N_RING, which is 1. Elements 360-719, have
> N_RING=2, etc.
> What I really want is the ability to operate on these sets. Imagine I have
> an element variable called Ying, which is different for each element
> in the model. I would like every element with N_RING=1 to have an
> element variable of Ying_max assigned, which is the maximum value of Ying for any element
> with N_RING=1. So, for example, elements 0-359 would be assigned a value
> of Ying_max which is the maximum value of Ying in any of elements 0-359.
> Elements 360-719 would be assigned a value of Ying_max which is the maximum
> value for any element with N_RING=2. I would ideally also like to get min
> and average.
> Is there any way to get max/min/average of a group consisting of a
> cell variable index? - and to assign the output as element variables
> so I can color by?
> Thanks for any hints.
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