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CompassLIB postprocess has several special capabilities compared to traditional GiD postprocess (*).


  • All commands ara available in an integrated pane with several trees.
  • Contextual menu with specific commands depending on the underlaying objects.
  • Easily select the units for the active result.
  • It is possible to define contours min, max and they can be calculated automatically for active meshes or for all meshes.
  • Every pane for animations, meshes, results or preferences can be expanded or contracted. If contracted, it opens like a menubutton. Full search implemented in every pane.
  • Preferences can be managed in basic or advanced usage.
  • Basic: Used for common operations like view deformed, view labels, etc.
  • Advanced: Ways of displaying information that are normally changed once and not modified often.
  • Animations integrated in the basic GUI as a movie player. If analysis is static, program permits to auto calculate some interpolated time steps.


  • Option to draw only labels at maximum.
  • Objects like vectors, main axes and local axes are drawn at a given density, avoiding to draw them on every node or element.
  • For drawing adimensional objects, there is a factor that tries to give nice results for value one.
  • It is possible to draw the real cross-section of beams and the shells with thickness and draw contour fills over it.
  • Option to draw the boundary conditions symbols..
  • Draw mesh deformed, using either a predefined result or a user-defined one. Factor can be dimensional or not.


  • Obtain an information box when pressing on a point. Data about the point and the result over it. Also, data on nodes and gauss points.
  • Integrations over sets. Both in global and local axes. For surfaces, local axes will have z' axe as normal. For lines, x' axe will be tangent to line. For line cuts, z' axe will also be normal to surface.
  • Create new mesh by selecting some elements of existing meshes.
  • When creating the new mesh, it is possible to apply a translation or symmetry to the nodes.
  • Create plane cuts on volumes and line cuts on surfaces and boundaries of volumes by drawing a line. For line cuts, the line will go from the initial point to the end point. It can later be extended to cut the full surface.
  • Graph window for line cuts and time graphs for a point.
  • List of nodes, elements and results, with the possibility of displaying them in the graphical screen.
  • Particle tracking by defining a point in the space over a velocity field.


  • It can read the results data from disk or recalculate it on demand. Only a few results data are kept in memory. Algorithm to load and unload results.
  • It can save all data on a file taking care of not rewriting the already written parts. Data is saved with the model or exported to a external file
  • Full undo/redo operations.
  • Add moving parts and special features by using an XML file and an automatic form creator.

  • (*) More information about the commonly used GiD postprocess can be found both on GiD Help menu and on the GiD support website.
Support and Documentation