POV-Ray : Newsgroups : povray.binaries.images : Visualized CASINO data : Re: Visualized CASINO data Server Time: 18 Jun 2019 17:06:47 GMT
  Re: Visualized CASINO data  
From: Norbert Kern
Date: 6 May 2019 17:25:05
"Bald Eagle" <cre### [at] netscapenet> wrote:
> So I fixed the missing y=0 points that I wanted to force into the data set,
> skewed the coloration so it looks good, and made it "fade" from yellow to red.
> Added a wireframe representing what I thought ought to be the "sample space".
>
> Likely there ought to be tick-marks and a scale denoting the energy-color
> equivalence.

Hi,
I'm impressed, because I'm clueless how you got cylinder data out of this point
data. I was only able to process the data like this -

//"Trajectory",    0


// Backscattered


sphere {<0.388359, 0.155002, -5248     >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<0.123702, -0.142302, 10       >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<0.123548, -0.142474, 13.0554  >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-2.19331, -3.08246, 10.8394   >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-2.18082, -3.25931, 10.5336   >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-2.19314, -3.36231, 10.2358   >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-2.23197, -3.40002, 10        >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-868.239, -844.603, -5250     >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}
sphere {<-2472.91, -2403.32, -14996.6  >, r1 rotate x*90 material {T1}}


So, how you made it?

Regards
Norbert


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