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From: Alexander Grayver
Date: Fri, 6 Dec 2019 12:16:04 +0100
Subject: [PATCH] Updated Notes on visualizing high order output (markdown)
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### Motivation
-As of version 9.1, deal.II allows one to generate VTK and VTU output using high-order Lagrange [cells](https://blog.kitware.com/modeling-arbitrary-order-lagrange-finite-elements-in-the-visualization-toolkit/). As their name suggests, these cells are described by a set of Lagrange points with numerical quantities attached to them. This becomes useful if you are working with high-order elements and/or high-order mappings, since these objects can be visualized .
+As of version 9.1, deal.II allows one to generate VTK and VTU output using high-order Lagrange [cells](https://blog.kitware.com/modeling-arbitrary-order-lagrange-finite-elements-in-the-visualization-toolkit/). As their name suggests, these cells are described by a set of Lagrange points with numerical quantities attached to them. This becomes useful when you are working with high-order elements and/or high-order mappings, since these objects can be represented more accurately.
This page provides instructions on how these high-order meshes can be visualized using ParaView (note: this feature was implemented in the version 5.5, older versions will not be able to visualize these meshes).
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