Geomview For Windows?
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The 2-gons would be the connections between the vertices. Here is a two-dimensional example of what I had in mind: A1 = 0 0 A2 = 5 0 B1 = 1 1 B2 = 1 2 B3 = 1 3 C1 = 2 4 C2 = 2 5 A1 is connected to B1 and B2 A2 is connected to B3 B3 is connected to C1 and C2 Your data file would look like this: # Standard header info OFF 7 5 7 # List of vertices - z coordinate is set to 0 # A1 0 0 0 # A2 5 0 0 # B1 1 1 0 # B2 1 2 0 # B3 1 3 0 # C1 2 4 0 # C2 2 5 0 # List of polygons connecting vertices in the form # <number of vertices> <index of vertex 1 in list of vertices> # <index of 2> <index of 3> .... 2 0 2 2 0 3 2 1 4 2 4 5 2 4 6 Hope this helps. -Celeste Celeste Fowler email: fowler at geom.umn.edu The Geometry Center phone: ((555) 555-5555 1300 South Second Street Minneapolis, MN 55454 ============================================================ Date: Mon, 8 Feb 93 12:19:04 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. Thank you for your kindness reply. How are you and how was your weekend? We had 3-inches snow here. I bet you had a snow there, too. For your reply on my friday mail, you mention 2-gon is perfectly o.k. To do 3-D, for my case, one vertices could have 1~5 or more "branches" to the next slice nodes. What do you think? For example: vertices = d h k .... first slice second slice A A region in 1st slice contains 2(c & d) regions in 2nd slice. in picture: A B 1st slice / \ | c d e 2nd slice / / \ / \ f g h i 3rd slice / \ \ \ / j k l m 4th slice \ / \ \ / so on..... 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. DATA : A C F J ... A C F K ... A D G L ... A D H M ... B E H M ... B E I M ... To use "geomview", how should I set my data to use it? Can you give me a example? Thank you very much. Sincerely yours, Sang-moon Lee
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