Commit 49dfb647 authored by js9's avatar js9

updating references to point to new mailing list server.


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<li> <a href="mailto:visit-users@ornl.gov">visit-users@ornl.gov</a> </li>
<li> <a href="mailto:visit-developers@ornl.gov">visit-developers@ornl.gov</a> </li>
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<p>The first mailing list is a venue for discussion among the VisIt community at large and is for users to ask questions and post suggestions about various aspects of VisIt, in topics anywhere from getting the code running to saving movies. The second mailing list is a venue for discussion among the VisIt developer community and is for developers to ask questions and post suggestions about various aspects of VisIt, including build issues, writing plugins, and any other aspects of VisIt development. You must subscribe to these lists before you can send and receive e-mail from them. Go to <a href="https://email.ornl.gov/mailman/listinfo/visit-users">subscribe-visit-users</a> to subscribe to the user list and go to <a href="https://email.ornl.gov/mailman/listinfo/visit-developers">subscribe-visit-developers</a> to subscribe to the developers list.</p>
<p>The first mailing list is a venue for discussion among the VisIt community at large and is for users to ask questions and post suggestions about various aspects of VisIt, in topics anywhere from getting the code running to saving movies. The second mailing list is a venue for discussion among the VisIt developer community and is for developers to ask questions and post suggestions about various aspects of VisIt, including build issues, writing plugins, and any other aspects of VisIt development. You must subscribe to these lists before you can send and receive e-mail from them. Go to <a href="https://elist.ornl.gov/mailman/listinfo/visit-users">subscribe-visit-users</a> to subscribe to the user list and go to <a href="https://elist.ornl.gov/mailman/listinfo/visit-developers">subscribe-visit-developers</a> to subscribe to the developers list.</p>
<p>If you are associated with SciDAC, GNEP or ASC, then you should send your questions to the appropriate closed mailing list:</p>
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<li> <a href="mailto:visit-help-scidac@ornl.gov">visit-help-scidac@ornl.gov</a> </li>
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<h2>Supported File Types</h2>
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VisIt can create visualizations from databases that are stored in many types of underlying file formats. VisIt has a database reader for each supported file format and the database reader is a plugin that reads the data from the input file and imports it into VisIt. If your data format is not listed in Table1, "File formats supported by VisIt," on page24 then you can first translate your data into a format that VisIt can read (e.g. Silo, VTK, etc.) or you can create a new database reader plugin for VisIt. For more information on developing a database reader plugin, refer to the <i>Getting Data Into VisIt</i> manual or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@email.ornl.gov.
VisIt can create visualizations from databases that are stored in many types of underlying file formats. VisIt has a database reader for each supported file format and the database reader is a plugin that reads the data from the input file and imports it into VisIt. If your data format is not listed in Table1, "File formats supported by VisIt," on page24 then you can first translate your data into a format that VisIt can read (e.g. Silo, VTK, etc.) or you can create a new database reader plugin for VisIt. For more information on developing a database reader plugin, refer to the <i>Getting Data Into VisIt</i> manual or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@elist.ornl.gov.
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<h2>Plots</h2>
<p>
A plot is a viewable object, created from a database, that can be displayed in a visualization window. VisIt provides several standard plot types that allow you to visualize data in different ways. The standard plots perform basic visualization operations like contouring, pseudocoloring as well as more sophisticated operations like volume rendering. All of VisIt's plots are plugins so you can add new plot types by writing your own plot plugins. See the wiki at www.visitusers.org for more details on creating new plot plugins or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@email.ornl.gov.
A plot is a viewable object, created from a database, that can be displayed in a visualization window. VisIt provides several standard plot types that allow you to visualize data in different ways. The standard plots perform basic visualization operations like contouring, pseudocoloring as well as more sophisticated operations like volume rendering. All of VisIt's plots are plugins so you can add new plot types by writing your own plot plugins. See the wiki at www.visitusers.org for more details on creating new plot plugins or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@elist.ornl.gov.
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<h2>Operators</h2>
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An operator is a filter applied to a database variable before the compute engine uses that variable to generate a plot. VisIt provides several standard operator types that allow various operations to be performed on plot data. The standard operators perform data restriction operations like planar slicing, spherical slicing, and thresholding, as well as more sophisticated operations like peeling off mesh layers. All of VisIt's operators are plugins and you can write your own operator plugins to extend VisIt in new ways. See the wiki at www.visitusers.org for more details on creating new operator plugins or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@email.ornl.gov.
An operator is a filter applied to a database variable before the compute engine uses that variable to generate a plot. VisIt provides several standard operator types that allow various operations to be performed on plot data. The standard operators perform data restriction operations like planar slicing, spherical slicing, and thresholding, as well as more sophisticated operations like peeling off mesh layers. All of VisIt's operators are plugins and you can write your own operator plugins to extend VisIt in new ways. See the wiki at www.visitusers.org for more details on creating new operator plugins or send an e-mail inquiry to visit-users@elist.ornl.gov.
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<li>Compilation fixes were added for recent GNU compilers.</li>
<li>A bug was fixed which caused small-scale AMR datasets to deadlock when operating in parallel.</li>
<li>Some third party libraries were updated in <TT>build_visit</TT>, mostly to work around compilation issues on modern systems.</li>
<li>A compositing bug involving 'white pixels' was fixed. For details, see <A HREF="https://email.ornl.gov/mailman/htdig/visit-users/2009-March/003152.html">this</A> mailing list thread.</li>
<li>A compositing bug involving 'white pixels' was fixed. For details, see <A HREF="https://elist.ornl.gov/mailman/htdig/visit-users/2009-March/003152.html">this</A> mailing list thread.</li>
<li>The IceT compositing code path will now fall back to other compositors when transparency is in use, making it 'safe' to leave enabled in all cases.</li>
<li><TT>build_visit</TT> will pause when notifying the user that it cannot find required programs for the curses-based interface.</li>
<li>Fixed a parallel bug with DDFs that caused all processors to unnecessarily write results to disk.</li>
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