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Screen capture of ParaView application being used to look at data from a simulation of blood flow within an artery. (Data provided by George Karniadakis-Brown University) 

Screen capture of ParaView application being used to look at data from a simulation of blood flow within an artery. (Data provided by George Karniadakis-Brown University) 

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Collaboration is often an afterthought to a project or development. In this paper we describe and analyze our experiences in developing collaborative technologies, most often involving the sharing of visual information. We have often developed these in a context that required us to retrofit existing analysis applications with collaboration capabili...

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... is a widely used application for visualization of scientific datasets (Fig. 1). These datasets are often large and reside on remote data storage resources, with which the ParaView client interacts through a built-in client- server mechanism, such that the server reads the data and renders it and the client simply displays it. Scientific visualization is typically undertaken by visualization experts operating on data that belongs to scientists. These two groups work together on the development of the visualization to ensure that it accurately represents the data, usually over a period of time proportionate to the size and complexity of the ...