The Dump_XMGrace_Multi_Mesh procedure writes an XMGrace plotting file for a mesh and any listed variables to the specified filename. On a parallel run, or unless the mesh is numbered very specifically, the points will be output in a somewhat random order. These can be plotted with a scatter plot, or the numbers can be sorted by an editor or a Unix sort command.
|call Dump_XMGrace (Filename, Mesh, Coordinate, Xmin, Xmax, Ymin, Ymax, Zmin, Zmax, Variable1_MV, ..., VariableN_MV, Variable1_DV, ..., VariableN_DV, status)|
|Filename||The filename for XMGrace dump output.|
|Mesh||The Multi_Mesh object to be output to the XMGrace dump file.|
|Coordinate||A single-character variable expressing which axis to output, either ``X'', ``Y'', or ``Z''.|
|Xmin, Xmax||Limits of the output variable set in the X-direction.|
|Ymin, Ymax||Limits of the output variable set in the Y-direction.|
|Zmin, Zmax||Limits of the output variable set in the Z-direction.|
|Variable#_MV||Mathematical vectors to be output along with the mesh. The pound sign may be replaced with a number from 1 to REP_NUMBER.|
|Variable#_DV||Distributed vectors to be output along with the mesh. The pound sign may be replaced with a number from 1 to REP_NUMBER.|
|status||If present, the status variable is set to either 'File Error', `Memory Error', `Multiple Error' or 'Success' depending on program execution. If not present, the procedure aborts if unsuccessful when the DEBUG_LEVEL is set high enough.|
The Dump_XMGrace_Multi_Mesh code listing contains additional documentation.
Michael L. Hall