PyTecplot Quick Start
The goal of this Webinar is to get you up and running with PyTecplot, Tecplot 360’s Python API, in 30 minutes or less. We will use the case of the Onera M6 Wing and export images of slices at multiple locations. This simple case is used for illustration, but we will also discuss more complicated scenarios.
The Webinar will cover:
- PyTecplot Requirements
- Recording and Playback
- Modifying Recorded Python
- Connected vs. Batch Mode
- Best Practices
- GitHub Repository
How to Analyze Your Time-Dependent Data 6 Times Faster
Let’s face it, analyzing large amounts of transient data can take forever. Animating images to a movie can take an entire weekend to complete. Why can’t Tecplot just do it for me, and do it faster?
This Webinar will show you how the power of Python can take advantage of multi-process parallelism. Using Tecplot 360’s Python API, PyTecplot, you can get your results up to six times faster.
- The Problem – Post-processing time-dependent data can take a long time and consume large amounts of RAM.
- The Solution – Reduce memory usage and take advantage of multi-processing – both will drastically speed up transient post-processing.
- The Results – Get your results up to six times faster!
Getting Started with Tecplot for CONVERGE
Learn how to load, manipulate and export CONVERGE data in Tecplot 360. We will start with a quick tour of the Tecplot 360 user interface, then will jump into these topics:
- Post_convert Utility
- Loading Cell-Averaged Output Files
- Slices & Iso-surfaces
- Computing Mass Flow Rate
- Animation and Movie File Export
There will be plenty of time at the end of the Webinar to answer your questions.
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Visualizing Ocean Models
This Visualizing Ocean Models webinar evaluates coastal and ocean model results quickly and interactively with Tecplot 360 using FVCOM results. Topics covered include:
- Loading and viewing FVCOM data in Tecplot 360
- Using cmocean colormaps
- Importing a georeferenced image and Shapefiles
- Viewing slices and iso-surfaces
- Calculating velocity magnitude
- Computing a vertical transect and a time average
- Exporting final plots and movies
More about Geoscience Applications »
Tecplot SZL-Server is a lightweight data server that you can install under your own user account. Benefits include: fast model manipulation because the rendering is done locally, fewer CPU and RAM resources are required, only the data needed for your current plot is used, and data is transferred securely with encryption via the SSH option.
This video is the demo-only portion of a joint Webinar between Tecplot and Convergent Science. It shows you how to load and manipulate CONVERGE data in Tecplot 360.
In just 30 minutes, we will show you the basics of post processing with Tecplot 360, including tips and tricks for working more efficiently. In this getting started video, you will learn how to use zones and variables, isosurfaces, slices and streamtraces, extract over time, line plots, image exports and more!
Many of you have already taken advantage of the recent addition of Python scripting in Tecplot 360. PyTecplot, our Python interface is both expressive and immediately useful for complex plotting and data manipulations. Building on this framework, we’re excited to introduce “PyTecplot Recording and Connections” as a way to quickly produce PyTecplot scripts and play them back live from the Tecplot 360 interface!
Many Tecplot 360 users have already taken advantage of the recent addition of Python scripting with PyTecplot. Our interface is both expressive and immediately useful for complex plotting and data manipulations.
Make post processing fun again with PyTecplot! Automate the boring stuff so you can focus on the cool engineering problems. Get answers to common PyTecplot questions:
- What can PyTecplot do?
- How easy is it to write PyTecplot scripts?
- How can I post process Fluent results? What other data formats can I use?
- What does PyTecplot offer that pandas and matplotlib does not?
- How do I generate images and movies with PyTecplot?
This Webinar provides a method for reading and writing Tecplot files into and from MATLAB®. It allows you to take advantage of MATLAB’s wide array of analysis capabilities while still benefiting from the superior plotting power in Tecplot 360.
This Webinar helps participants in the AIAA High Lift Prediction Workshop prepare their data by extracting pressure and skin friction coefficients at specific spanwise locations on the wing and also at near-surface velocity profiles at specific x,y positions.
The TecIO Library allows you to quickly and easily read and write Tecplot binary files directly from your application. Customers have coded up applications 10 times faster using TecIO-MPI, which handles the complexity of MPIIO for you.