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gfs2oogl2D, gfs2oogl3D - converts a Gerris simulation file to other (graphical) formats.
This manual page documents briefly the gfs2oogl command.
These programs follow the usual GNU command line syntax, with long options starting with two dashes (`-'). A summary of options is included below. -u V, --iso=V Outputs a GTS file isosurface for value V the variable needs to be specified using -c. -f D, --stream=D Draw evenly-spaced streamlines (D is the spacing). -I M, --dmin=M Controls length of evenly-spaced streamlines default is 0.5. -O M, --maxcost=M Controls compression of streamlines (default is 2e-7). -b x,.., --box=x,y,.. Specify bounding box for streamline calculation. -j, --closed Outputs only closed streamlines. -p F, --profile=F Output list of values for coordinates defined in F. -o, --mixed Output text values in mixed cells only. -L L, --level=L Use cells at level L only. -i, --reinit Reinitializes refinement and solid fractions. -e, --merged Draw boundaries of merged cells. -S, --squares Draw (colored) squares. -g, --gnuplot Output gnuplot data. -x VAL, --sx=VAL outputs a GTS surface, cross section for x = VAL of the scalar variable. -y VAL, --sy=VAL outputs a GTS surface, cross section for y = VAL of the scalar variable. -z VAL, --sz=VAL outputs a GTS surface, cross section for z = VAL of the scalar variable. -s S, --surface=S outputs the surface defined by file S (or the solid surface is S is equal to `solid'). -V S, --vector=S output an OOGL representation of the velocity vector field in the mixed cells. -l F, --streamlines=F draw streamlines starting from each point defined in file F. -C F, --cylinder=F draw stream cylinders starting from each point defined in file F. -R F, --ribbon=F draw stream ribbons starting from each point defined in file F. -r refines the solid surface according to the local resolution. -c V, --color=V color surfaces, streamlines etc... according to the. -m V, --min=V set minimum scalar value to V. -M V, --max=V set maximum scalar value to V. -v, --verbose display statistics and other info. -h, --help display the help and exit.
gfs2oogl was written by Stephane Popinet <email@example.com>. This manual page was written by Ruben Molina <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian project (but may be used by others). July 9, 2008 gfs2oogl(1)