- paraview.simple.Mandelbrot(*input, **params)¶
Mandelbrot source can be used to add a uniform rectilinear grid with scalar values derived from the Mandelbrot set to the 3D scene. The equation used is z = z^2 + C (where z and C are complex, and C is a constant). The scalar values in the grid are the number of iterations of the equation it takes for the magnitude of the value to become greater than 2. In the equation, the initial value of z is 0. By default, the real component of C is mapped onto the X axis; the imaginary component of C is mapped onto the Y axis; and the imaginary component of the initial value is mapped onto the Z axis. If a two-dimensional extent is specified, the resulting image will be displayed. If a three-dimensional extent is used, then the bounding box of the volume will be displayed. The output of the Mandelbrot source is image (uniform rectilinear) data.
The value of this property specifies the limit on computational iterations (i.e., the maximum number of iterations to perform to determine if the value will go above 2). Values less than 2.0 after the specified number of iterations are considered in the fractal set.
The four values of this property indicate (in order) the components of C (real and imaginary) and the components of the initial value, X (real and imaginary).
The three values in this property allow you to specify the projection from the 4D space used by the Mandelbrot set to the axes of the 3D volume. By default, the real component of C (represented by 0) is mapped to the X axis; the imaginary component of C (represented by 1) is mapped to the Y axis; and the real component of X, the initial value (represented by 2) is mapped to the Z axis. The imaginary component of X is represented by 3. All values entered must be between 0 and 3, inclusive.
The four values of this property indicate the length of the output in each of the four dimensions (the real and imaginary components of C and the real and imaginary components of X). The three dimensions specified in the Projection Axes property will determine which of these values specify the length of the axes in the output.
This property specifies the rate at which to subsample the volume. The extent of the dataset in each dimension will be divided by this value.
The six values in the property indicate the X, Y, and Z extent of the output data. The first two numbers are the minimum and maximum X extent; the next two are the minimum and maximum Y extent; and the final two are the minimum and maximum Z extent. The numbers are inclusive, so values of 0, 250, 0, 250, 0, 0 indicate that the dimensions of the output will be 251 x 251 x 1.
Data Descriptors inherited from Proxy¶
dictionary for instance variables (if defined)
list of weak references to the object (if defined)
Initialize = aInitialize(self, connection=None, update=True)
Methods inherited from SourceProxy¶
Called when the filename of a source proxy is changed.
Returns the associated cell data information.
- GetDataInformation(self, idx=None)
This method returns a DataInformation wrapper around a vtkPVDataInformation
Returns the associated cell data information.
Returns the associated point data information.
- UpdatePipeline(self, time=None)
This method updates the server-side VTK pipeline and the associated data information. Make sure to update a source to validate the output meta-data.
This method updates the meta-data of the server-side VTK pipeline and the associated information properties
- __getitem__(self, idx)
Given a slice, int or string, returns the corresponding output port
Methods inherited from Proxy¶
- GetProperty(self, name)
Given a property name, returns the property object.
- GetPropertyValue(self, name)
Returns a scalar for properties with 1 elements, the property itself for vectors.
- InitializeFromProxy(self, aProxy, update=True)
Constructor. Assigns proxy to self.SMProxy, updates the server object as well as register the proxy in _pyproxies dictionary.
Returns a list of all property names on this proxy.
- SetPropertyWithName(self, pname, arg)
Generic method for setting the value of a property.
Destructor. Cleans up all observers as well as remove the proxy from the _pyproxies dictionary
- __eq__(self, other)
Returns true if the underlying SMProxies are the same.
- __getattr__(self, name)
With the exception of a few overloaded methods, returns the SMProxy method
- __init__(self, **args)
Default constructor. It can be used to initialize properties by passing keyword arguments where the key is the name of the property. In addition registrationGroup and registrationName (optional) can be specified (as keyword arguments) to automatically register the proxy with the proxy manager.
Creates an iterator for the properties.
- __ne__(self, other)
Returns false if the underlying SMProxies are the same.
- __setattr__(self, name, value)
Implement setattr(self, name, value).
add_attribute(self, name, value)
For the full list of servermanager proxies, please refer to Available readers, sources, writers, filters and animation cues