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Seth Michael Spitulski

How can I change the Intensity scale?

I would like to be able to see small changes in the intensity display. The electric field displays in just one color right now because there is very little variation in the intensity. I would like to be able to set the intensity scale to a smaller scale (i.e. be able to set my own maximum and minimum intensity).

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    AbderRahman N Sobh

    If you open up the sidebar in the viewer with the title label “Isosurface Settings” you will see an option for the number of isosurfaces. By increasing the number of isosurfaces you will be able to allocate greater specificity to the field being viewed/drawn. Note that this will cause some graphical changes and that you can always change back to the number of isosurfaces you had previously. The range of intensity you cannot currently change as it is currently only defined by the maximums/minimums present in the field and there is no ready option to allow changing it at the moment.

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      Silverio Delgado

      "If you open up the sidebar in the viewer with the title label “Isosurface Settings” you will see an option for the number of isosurfaces. By increasing the number of isosurfaces you will be able to allocate greater specificity to the field being viewed/drawn. Note that this will cause some graphical changes and that you can always change back to the number of isosurfaces you had previously. The range of intensity you cannot currently change as it is currently only defined by the maximums/minimums present in the field and there is no ready option to allow changing it at the moment. "-AbderRahman N Sobh



       



      That would be a nice option to be considered since it will allow a more specific bound of intensity to be represented and thus allowing a more clear image. Is it possible that by changing the first and last wavelength inputs would act  the same as if a feature can change of maximum/minimum intensity bounds?


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