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 In XSvit the outputs are visualised by blue colour, so if you have many of them you will see a bluish image like this: In XSvit the outputs are visualised by blue colour, so if you have many of them you will see a bluish image like this:
-{{ :​samples:​outputs.png?​400 |}}+{{ :​samples:​outputs.png?​300 |}}
  
 Most of the simple outputs are put to a single [[http://​gwyddion.net|Gwyddion]] file (which can be chosen by user), which can accommodate both computational volume cross-sections and various graphs. Whatever we found suitable for it we put to the Gwyddion file. Not everything is suitable for it, e.g. if one wants to work with multiple point outputs it is easier to have them as text data files. These text files can be also visualized already during the calculation in XSvit. We continuously work on adding as many options for data saving as possible. Most of the simple outputs are put to a single [[http://​gwyddion.net|Gwyddion]] file (which can be chosen by user), which can accommodate both computational volume cross-sections and various graphs. Whatever we found suitable for it we put to the Gwyddion file. Not everything is suitable for it, e.g. if one wants to work with multiple point outputs it is easier to have them as text data files. These text files can be also visualized already during the calculation in XSvit. We continuously work on adding as many options for data saving as possible.
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