ParaView has come a long way and is used and developed by a very large community from a variety of different sciences. Below we present a collection of ParaView tutorial resources such as illustrated step-by-step how-tos for working with regular and unstructured (ICON) data and links to the official ParaView User Guide and a DKRZ ParaView tutorial prototype.

Extrusion of topography and bathymetry Using ParaView’s Calculator filter, height and depth information can be used for surface extrusion, yielding a more realistic representation of topography and bathymetry.

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Reading unstructured ICON NetCDF data The very first steps of reading and visualizing unstructured ICON NetCDF data files using ParaView on Mistral.

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Isosurfaces and isocontours Learn how to display atmospheric 3D scalar data on a regular grid using isosurfaces, isocontours and volume rendering.

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Visualization of NARVAL II ICON data This website illustrates how to use ParaView for streamline and volume rendering visualizations on the original unstructured ICON grid. The data stem from the HD(CP)² project simulations.

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Parallel Visualization with ParaView ParaView can also be run in client/server mode to analyze and visualize very large data sets.

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Official ParaView Guide The open-source tool ParaView is primarily developed by Kitware, Inc.

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DKRZ ParaView tutorial document A protoype of the ParaView tutorial document written at DKRZ and the respective tutorial data can be found here.

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