Introduction to AVS/Express Visualization Edition

Overview

AVS/Express is Advanced Visual System's new visualization development tool. It is a modular, hierarchical, open and extensible system, with hundreds of predefined components for visualizing data. The introductory course is suitable for users unfamiliar with AVS5.

Description

By the end of the course the attendees will have a basic understanding of:

The course content will cover:

Pre-requisites

This course is only suitable for those users who are not familiar with any AVS product. Experience of UNIX and using X applications would be an advantage.

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Moving from AVS5 to AVS/Express

Overview

This course is aimed at existing users of AVS5 who wish to learn about the differences between AVS5 and AVS/Express, with a view to moving their AVS5 applications to the AVS/Express environment.

Description

By the end of the course the attendees will have a basic understanding of:

The course content will cover:

Pre-requisites

This course is only suitable for those users who are already familiar with AVS5, and have some experience of C programming.

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Module Writing for AVS/Express

Overview

The AVS/Express system is a highly modular, hierarchical and extensible, and hence its development environment is quite complex. The course is aimed at those users already familiar with the use of AVS/Express as a visualization tool, and who now wish to implement their own modules and macros to extend the functionality of the system.

Description

By the end of the course the attendees will have a basic understanding of:

The course content will cover:

Pre-requisites

This course is only suitable for those users who are already familiar with AVS/Express.

Course Material

Overheads:

Workbook:

Data and Solutions: