graphics/opendx and dropping science/hdf
nieter at txcorp.com
Thu Apr 8 11:09:39 PDT 2004
There is another hdf5 reader (dxhdf5) for OpenDX developed at the
University of Colorado at Boulder. There is some documentation for this
package and a user's mailing list as well.
On Thu, 8 Apr 2004, Mike Folk wrote:
> (Thanks for cc'ing me Quincey.)
> Just a couple other comments about open dx:
> The CACTUS project has been using open dx with hdf5 for several years. I
> strongly suspect there are others, but don't know specifics. As far as I
> know, the CACTUS folks haven't documented their work (I asked them a few
> times, but that was a couple of years ago), so I don't know exactly how
> they organize the data.
> Open dx and hdf5 are a natural combination, and it's a pity we haven't
> married them in some formal way, and we'd love to work with you if you move
> in that direction.
Chet Nieter -- nieter at txcorp.com -- 303.444.2582
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