GLVis: OpenGL Finite Element Visualization Tool

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DOI: 10.11578/dc.20171025.1249

Abstract

GLVis is an OpenGL tool for visualization of finite element meshes and functions. When started without any options, GLVis starts a server, which waits for a socket connections and visualizes any recieved data. This way the results of simulations on a remote (parallel) machine can be visualized on the lical user desktop. GLVis can also be used to visualize a mesh with or without a finite element function (solution). It can run a batch sequence of commands (GLVis scripts), or display previously saved socket streams. For more information, see the project website: http://glvis.org/.
Developers:
Kolev, Tzanio [1];   Dobrev, Veselin [1]
  1. Lawrence Livermore National Lab. (LLNL), Livermore, CA (United States)
Release Date:
2010-06-21
Project Type:
Open Source, Publicly Available Repository
Software Type
Scientific
Licenses:
GNU Lesser General Public License v2.1
Sponsoring Organizations:
USDOE
Primary Award/Contract Number:
AC52-07NA27344
Code ID:
1691
Site Accesion Number:
4602
Research Organizations:
Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Country of Origin:
United States

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DOI: 10.11578/dc.20171025.1249

Citation Formats

Kolev, Tzanio, and Dobrev, Veselin. GLVis: OpenGL Finite Element Visualization Tool. Computer Software. https://github.com/glvis/glvis. USDOE. 21 Jun. 2010. Web. doi:10.11578/dc.20171025.1249.
Kolev, Tzanio, & Dobrev, Veselin. (2010, June 21). GLVis: OpenGL Finite Element Visualization Tool. [Computer software]. https://github.com/glvis/glvis. doi:10.11578/dc.20171025.1249.
Kolev, Tzanio, and Dobrev, Veselin. "GLVis: OpenGL Finite Element Visualization Tool." Computer software. June 21, 2010. https://github.com/glvis/glvis. doi:10.11578/dc.20171025.1249.
@misc{ doecode_1691,
title = {GLVis: OpenGL Finite Element Visualization Tool},
author = {Kolev, Tzanio and Dobrev, Veselin},
abstractNote = {GLVis is an OpenGL tool for visualization of finite element meshes and functions. When started without any options, GLVis starts a server, which waits for a socket connections and visualizes any recieved data. This way the results of simulations on a remote (parallel) machine can be visualized on the lical user desktop. GLVis can also be used to visualize a mesh with or without a finite element function (solution). It can run a batch sequence of commands (GLVis scripts), or display previously saved socket streams. For more information, see the project website: http://glvis.org/.},
url = {https://dx.doi.org/10.11578/dc.20171025.1249},
howpublished = {[Computer Software] \url{https://dx.doi.org/10.11578/dc.20171025.1249}},
year = {2010},
month = {jun}
}