Commit f2d78513 authored by Cory Quammen's avatar Cory Quammen

More minor changes

* Revert a change from D3 -> Ghost Cells Generator.
* Change a "data set" to "dataset".
* Revert a change in usage of "comprising"
parent cb19ed7f
......@@ -572,7 +572,7 @@ D3 filter.
If your unstructured grid data is already partitioned satisfactorily but does
not have ghost cells, it is possible to generate them using the \ui{Ghost Cells Generator}
filter. This filter can be attached to a source just like the \ui{D3} filter.
Unlike \ui{D3}, it will not repartition the data set, it will only generate
Unlike \ui{D3}, it will not repartition the dataset, it will only generate
ghost cells, which is needed for some algorithms to execute correctly.
The \ui{Ghost Cells Generator} has several options. \ui{Build If Required}
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......@@ -176,12 +176,12 @@ parameters deal with the image size.
\end{inlinefig}
IceT also has the ability to drive tiled displays, which are large, high-resolution
displays comprised of an array of monitors or projectors. Using a sort-last
displays comprising an array of monitors or projectors. Using a sort-last
algorithm on a tiled display is a bit counterintuitive because the number
of pixels to composite is so large. However, IceT is designed to take
advantage of spatial locality in the data on each process to drastically
reduce the amount of compositing necessary. This spatial locality can be
enforced by applying the \menu{Filters > Alphabetical > Ghost Cells Generator}
enforced by applying the \menu{Filters > Alphabetical > D3}
filter to your data.
Because there is an overhead associated with parallel rendering, ParaView
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