I've just started using Intel Fortran 10.1, installed Array Visualizer.They seem to be working fine, butI'm having trouble getting the Array Visualizer to display some array data the way I need it.
I run the debugger and have it set to stop at some points to look at a couple of 2-D arrays. What I need is for Array Visualizer to graph the 2-D array on an XYPlot where the rows of the array are all graphed as lines. This was the default view I got from Compaq Array Visualizer.
But the Default view in the Visualizer for 2-D arrays is an image, which is not helpful at all.
So, I get into the viewer nad figure out how to make a graph that displays the data the way I want. The manuals were only marginally helpful in figuring this out. There is much too much 'fill in the dialog box' and not enough about why you would want sections from a dataset, which is what I had to figure you to make my graph.
The problem is that after I have a graph in the viewerthat displays the data from the debugger the way I want and:
(1). I can't display it on the Visualizer. The only two view options are the image and 3-D default views.
(2). I can't even save it from viewer - it gives me a 'Fata Error, cant's ave file' message if I so try to save it.
How do I customize the Visualizer to display the 2-D data on X-Y plots so I don't have to define a graph every time start up the debugger?