OpenDX is a uniquely powerful, full-featured software package for the visualization of scientific, engineering and analytical data: Its open system design is built on a standard interface environments. And its sophisticated data model provides users with great flexibility in creating visualizations. With OpenDX, you can create the visualizations you want to create. OpenDX has been designed to be the place where the art of science and the science of visualization come together. It’s the place where they’re combined into one powerful, flexible framework that lets you ”Simply Visualize.”

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  5. Wang, Heyu; Li, Ruo; Tang, Tao: Efficient computation of dendritic growth with (r)-adaptive finite element methods (2008)
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