Ryan Krauss wrote:
I have poked around in google for a while and even tried mayavi2 and haven't come up with a good answer to this slightly off topic question. I am trying to create a tutorial for myself (and hopefully others) on simple usage of SfePy for an axially loaded bar. I created a simple mesh of two bricks connected in series (using blockgen.py) and now I would like to show my mesh and label the points (to fully illustrate the vtk file). I can't find a simple way to generate a wireframe and add point #'s so that these lines of the vrk file
CELLS 2 18 8 0 6 9 3 1 7 10 4 8 1 7 10 4 2 8 11 5
make sense (i.e. I would like to generate a wireframe with point #'s 0-11 labeled).
Is there an easy way to do this using paraview (or someother program)?
you may not need it anymore, but for the record:
In paraview 3.3.0:
Edit -> Select Points Through... (select all) View -> Selection Inspector - Display Style - Point Label - mark Visible
This is why I like medit for simple mesh viewing, as it is extremely fast in terms of start time, response and getting easy things displayed, like the labels. But its sources are not free...