`ClimaCoreVTK.addfield!`

— Methodaddfield!(vtkfile, prefix::Union{String,Nothing}, f, dataspace)

Add a field or fields `f`

, optionally prefixing the name with `prefix`

to the VTK file `vtkfile`

, interpolating to `dataspace`

.

`f`

can be any of the following:

- a scalar or vector field (if no
`prefix`

is provided, then the field will be named`"data"`

) - a composite field, which will be named accordingly
- a
`NamedTuple`

of fields

`ClimaCoreVTK.vtk_cell_space`

— Method`vtk_cell_space(gridspace::ClimaCore.Spaces.AbstractSpace)`

Construct a space for outputting cell data, when using outputting a grid `gridspace`

. be stored.

This generally does two things:

- Modifies the horizontal space to use a
`Uniform`

quadrature rule, which will use equispaced nodal points in the reference element (excluding the boundary). - Modifies the vertical space to be on the centers.

`ClimaCoreVTK.vtk_cells_lagrange`

— Methodvtk*cells*lagrange(space)

Construct a vector of `MeshCell`

objects representing the elements of `space`

as an unstuctured mesh of Lagrange polynomial cells, suitable for passing to `vtk_grid`

.

`ClimaCoreVTK.vtk_cells_linear`

— Methodvtk*cells*linear(space)

Construct a vector of `MeshCell`

objects representing the elements of `space`

as an unstuctured mesh of linear cells, suitable for passing to `vtk_grid`

.

`ClimaCoreVTK.vtk_grid_space`

— Method`vtk_grid_space(space::ClimaCore.Spaces.AbstractSpace)`

The space for the grid used by VTK, for any field on `space`

.

This generally does two things:

- Modifies the horizontal space to use a
`ClosedUniform`

quadrature rule, which will use equispaced nodal points in the reference element. This is required for using VTK Lagrange elements (see 1). - Modifies the vertical space to be on the faces.

`ClimaCoreVTK.writepvd`

— Method```
writepvd(
basename::String,
times,
fields;
vtkargs...
)
```

Write a sequence of fields at `times`

as a Paraview collection (.pvd) file, along with VTK files.

`fields`

can be either be an iterable collection of fields, or a `NamedTuple`

of collections.

`ClimaCoreVTK.writevtk`

— Method```
writevtk(
basename::String,
fields;
basis=:cell,
latlong=false,
vtkargs...
)
```

Write `fields`

to as an unstructured mesh VTK file named `basename.vtu`

.

`fields`

can be either:

- a ClimaCore
`Field`

object, - a
`FieldVector`

object, - a
`NamedTuple`

of`Field`

s.

The `basis`

keyword option determines the type of cells used to write.:

`:cell`

(default): output values at cell centers (interpolating where necessary).`:point`

: output values at cell vertices.`:lagrange`

: output values at Lagrange nodes (valid only for spectral element spaces), using Use VTK Lagrange cells to accurately represent high-order elements.

The `latlong=true`

keyword option will output a spherical or spherical shell domain using the Mercator projection, with longitude along the x-axis, latitude along the y-axis, and altitude along the z-axis (if applicable). Note this currently only displays correctly if the number of elements across the cubed sphere face is even.

Any additional keyword arguments are passed to `WriteVTK.vtk_grid`

.

`WriteVTK.vtk_grid`

— Method```
vtk_grid(basename, gridspace::ClimaCore.Spaces.AbstractSpace;
basis=:cell, vtkargs...)
```

Construct a VTK grid from a `ClimaCore.Spaces.AbstractSpace`

. If `basis=:lagrange`

, it will construct a mesh made of Lagrange cells (valid only for spectral element spaces), otherwise it will it subdivide the space into quads, with vertices at nodal points.