# Questions tagged [visualization]

Questions relating to graphing and displaying numerical data

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### Visualising Maxwell's equations using MATLAB

I asked this question to help me understand what is going on in one of Maxwell's equations. I am happy with following through the maths on paper now, but would like to use MATLAB to take it one step ...
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### In practice, what are the most useful ways to visualize 2d fluid flow, to tell what is happening in the simulation? Esp for verification and debugging

My simulation creates a 2d grid of vectors and scalars (EDIT of velocity, depth etc), at 60 frames per second. Is it correct? It looks sort of right... but who knows? How can I tell what's happening - ...
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### Paraview: Multiple csv files to time series

I have multiple CSV files with point-coordinates and, possibly, multiple data values attached to them, i.e., the rows look like x y z data1 data2 ... Is there ...
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### What attributes make a figure “professional-quality”?

I've heard people say that plots produced by ORIGIN tend to look polished and "professional," whereas plots produced by Mathematica do not. However, most plot-creation programs are quite configurable ...
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### How do I calculate the numerical difference between two fields stored in two different VTK files with the same structure?

Suppose I have two VTK files, both in structured grid format. The structured grids are the same (they have the same list of points, in the same order), and there is a field, call it "Phi", in each VTK ...
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### How do I create an animation from a 2D model or dataset?

I found the following thread in the physics stackexchange where I saw the video called output attached to the main post. The video can be found here. How would I go about creating such an animation?
I have a master equation for $P(N_A^+,N_B^+,N_C^+,t)$, with $N_A^+,N_B^+,N_C^+$ all discrete. The numerical integration is done by this Matlab program using Euler's method. Despite the crude Euler's ...