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Manish Patel <[log in to unmask]>
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Fri, 25 Aug 2006 11:39:38 -0400
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Dear All,

I am totally new to Mason and so was just wondering whether Mason can be 
used as a visualisation tool? 

My situation is this - I have done simulations in my own software, which 
outputs a text file for every lattice site (all states of lattice and 
position given time). So for a 10x10x10 lattice there are 1000 such files. 
What I need to do is have Mason read these files for each time point and 
put up the visualisation. Also, can the visulaisation be manipulated, e.g. 
would one be able to just see a slice? Or maybe have lattice sites "closer" 
to the viewer be slightly see-thru so that we can see what's going on 
inside?

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Many Thanks
m.

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