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Re: plotting streamlines from vector data


Hi,

even if you don't understand german, have a look at
http://phong.informatik.uni-leipzig.de/~kuska/visualsupp/visualsc.pdf

pages  31--55. All pictures are made with Mathematica and some small
additional tools. I can tell you it *is* so easy as it said -- no
picture
took me more than a 1/4 hour ..

Regards
  Jens

Gartek wrote:
> 
> Oh, it is nice to have tha aspect i dealt with about one year ago.
> I did exatly what is sad below but I could not get any reasoable solution.
> I still dont know what was the problem. I put the data of the field with
> very densly resolution, but it didnt help.
> So I gave away and quit. So I'd like to say that it is not going to so easy
> as it is said in the previous news.
> Sincerly
> Bartek
> 
> U¿ytkownik "Jens-Peer Kuska" wrote
> > Hi,
> >
> > make a interpolation from the data for the x and y component
> > of the field and use NDSolve[] to compute the stream line.
> >
> > Regards
> >   Jens
> >
> > Abhijit wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >  I haven't yet used mathematica. But i am interested in knowing the
> > > following ---
> > >  I have a data file, in where i have columns for for x & y
> > > co-ordinates and columns for velocities u and v. can i plot
> > > streamlines using this data file ,in mathematica.
> > >  if yes, please guide me to how to do it.
> > >  thanx,
> > > abhijit
> >


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