Geomview For Windows?
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Yes, you should be able to use geomview for this. Geomview reads OOGL format data files: one of the file types is a rectangular mesh. If your x-y grid is irregular, you could use the full MESH format, which expects vertices with x, y, and z components. But it sounds you have data well suited for the ZMESH format, which expects the keyword "ZMESH", the x and y dimensions of the mesh, and then x*y vertices where each vertex is specified by just the z component. Here is a (very) simple ZMESH example data file with 9 vertices: ZMESH 3 3 0 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 Do you already have geomview installed? I know the Robotics Group at Oxford does. If so, type "man 5 oogl" for the file format reference guide. If not, you can get it via anonymous ftp from geom.umn.edu. (We just packed up the latest version of all of the binaries, or you can get the older source code release.) Tamara Munzner ((555) 555-5555 munzner at geom.umn.edu The Geometry Center
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