Update regarding Post-Processing Tools
A while back I posted about a post-processing tool I was working on in a coding language called Julia which has its own enviroment, GUI etc. and this post can be found here:
Now I just wanted to bring a little update since I've found some people have been asking how to read .bi4 files directly and this is now possible using this tool. You just have to be in the right directory of your data files and then mention the property you want like this:
idp_rhop = readBi4Array(PostSPH.Rhop)
And then it will give you the density of all particles in each time step of your simulation, fairly easily and straight forward. Using this tool on a normal SSD and i5 processor, I am able to read through about 1 gb of .bi4 in about 1 second +- 10%, so it is very nice for working with data interactively.
The tool it self can be found here; https://github.com/AhmedSalih3d/PostSPH.jl
I have not yet updated the readme.md to describe this new functionality but will do it as fast as possible. If anyone of you use both DualSPHysics and Julia I would love if you would test the tool and provide feedback. Currently the tool is developed primarily by me with assistance from my brother - we would love feedback.