Geomview For Windows?
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Thank you for your note. I think Geomview could be used for the task you have in mind. The easiest way that I can think of to do it would be to use the polylist data type, which is made by specifying vertices and then the polygons that connect them. Your points would be the vertices, and each connection would be a 2-gon (2-gon's are perfectly legal in Geomview). Writing a converter to this data format from whatever format things are in now would probably be fairly easy, too. -Celeste PS Disregard what I said in my last note about volume visualization - I had misinterpreted what you were saying. ============================================================ Date: Fri, 5 Feb 93 17:47:45 EST From: smlee at ams.sunysb.edu (Sang-moon Lee) To: fowler at geom Dear, Celeste Fowler. Hello, Sang-moon Lee again from SUNY at Stony Brook. The goal which I would like to view is shape of "trees", that is, when we calculated slices one by one, we can distingush that 1st slice connect 2nd slice with several cases: for the specific region; say A. first slice second slice A A region in 1st slice contains 2 regions in 2nd slice. in picture: ---A-------B--------- 1st slice / \ | -c---d-----e--------- 2nd slice so on..... So, it will build a tree shape of "genus" structure. I gave a 2-D example, but please think as 3-D case. In 3-D, it should gives vertex(node), branch, and levels. So, I made data set that the data contains from 1st slice to last one with all the connection with nodes. What do you think about the case I have? Do you think it will work all right with "geomview"? Thank you very much. Sincerely yours, Sang-moon Lee
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