FEM2D_SCALAR_DISPLAY is a MATLAB program which reads datafiles describing a set of nodes, their triangulation, and the value of a scalar quantity at each node, and creates a graphics file of the corresponding surface plot, which is then displayed using the MATLAB graphics system.
The program reads three data files:
fem2d_scalar_display ( 'prefix' )where 'prefix' is the common prefix for the node, element and value files:
The computer code and data files described and made available on this web page are distributed under the GNU LGPL license.
FEM2D_SCALAR_DISPLAY is available in a MATLAB version.
DIST_PLOT, a MATLAB program which makes contour plots of the distance function, as defined and used in Persson and Strang's distmesh code;
FEM2D_MESH_DISPLAY, a MATLAB program which reads the FEM model of a 2D mesh, consisting of polygonal elements of any uniform order, and displays an image of the elements and nodes, with optional numbering.
FEM2D_SCALAR_DISPLAY_BRIEF, a MATLAB program which reads information about nodes, elements and nodal values for a 2D finite element method (FEM) and creates a surface plot of U(X,Y), using the MATLAB graphics system, in 5 lines of code.
FEM2D_SCALAR_DISPLAY_GPL, a MATLAB program which reads information about nodes, elements and nodal values for a 2D finite element method (FEM) and creates a GPL file describing a surface plot of U(X,Y), which can be displayed by gnuplot.
FENICS_TO_FEM, examples which illustrate how a mesh or scalar function computed by the FENICS program can be written to FEM files, which can then be used to create images, or as input to meshing programs or other analysis tools.
TRIANGULATION_ORDER3_CONTOUR, a MATLAB program which can display a contour plot of scalar data defined on a triangulation of order 3.
TWOD_PLOTC, a MATLAB program which makes a color contour plot of scalar data defined on a 2D finite element mesh.
ELL is an L-shaped region on which the function U=X^2+Y^2 is defined.
SPIKE is a circular region on which a solution of the Poisson equation forms an off-centered spike.
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