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pimont [Viewers and Graphical outputs available under a project step]
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   - Hit the ''​Initialize''​ button   - Hit the ''​Initialize''​ button
   - Several input file formats can be loaded from the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog|initial dialog]].   - Several input file formats can be loaded from the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog|initial dialog]].
-  - Hit ''​Generate the scene''​ (to start the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​3DEditor|3D Editor]]) or hit ''​Finish''​+  ​- Basic example files can be found in capsis4/​data/​fuelmanager/​fuelParameterFiles. We recommend to start with //​basicExample.txt//,​ which contains a 200mX200m terrain, 3 polygons, a single Aleppo pines, a layerSet containing small Quercus coccifera bushes and some herbs, as well as two groups of Pinus banksiana with diameters ranging between 10 and 30 cm in polygon 1. 
-  - When hit ''​Finish'',​ the scene can be saved for later reedition, but it can be ignored and [[documentation:​tutorial_en#​Project saving and opening|saved]] later.+  ​- Hit ''​3D Editor >''​ (to start the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​3DEditor|3D Editor]]) or hit ''​Finish''​.
  
   * More about [[documentation:​tutorial_en#​Project management|project management and configuration]].   * More about [[documentation:​tutorial_en#​Project management|project management and configuration]].
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 ===== Known bugs and TODO list===== ===== Known bugs and TODO list=====
-  * The visualization of fire effect ​is not available in the current version of the software, because the pattern sketcher is not compatible with the recent version of capsis. However, it can be used in the older version of the module, called FireParadox (Windows and Linux only). ​+  * The visualization of fire effects ​is not available in the current version of the software, because the pattern sketcher ​that enables the visualization of crown scorch ​is not compatible with the most recent version of capsis. However, it can be used in an older version of the module, called FireParadox (Windows and Linux only). ​
  
  
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 Several input file formats can be loaded from the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog|initial dialog]] of the GUI. Several input file formats can be loaded from the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog|initial dialog]] of the GUI.
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-The parameters and equations required to parametrize a new or existing species are defined in a file called [[help_en:​firelib:​speciesFile|speciesFile]] that is read by the model when runs in data/​fuelmanager/​speciesFile. ​ 
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 ===== 3D Editor ===== ===== 3D Editor =====
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 Among the most useful viewer and graphical outputs in the context of the Fuel Manager: Among the most useful viewer and graphical outputs in the context of the Fuel Manager:
   * Inpectors: to inspect all data available in scene. By double clicking on a collection, array, etc. its contents can be visualized. It is useful to check object properties.   * Inpectors: to inspect all data available in scene. By double clicking on a collection, array, etc. its contents can be visualized. It is useful to check object properties.
-  * Fire Viewer ​3D (similar to the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​3DEditor|3DEditor]],​ but without the editing functionality) +  * Fire 3D Viewer: ​similar to the [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​3DEditor|3DEditor]],​ but without the editing functionality 
-  * FireParadox ​2D Viewer: fast + possibility with a selection with the right click button to open a 3D simple ​viewer , inspectors, fire damage diagram, etc. on all or a piece of the scene. +  * Fire 2D Viewer: fast + possibility with a selection with the right click button to open a 3D viewer , inspectors, fire damage diagram, etc. on all or a piece of the scene.
  
 +NB: All 3D viewers are designed to that they can deal with a very large number of items (more than 1 million trees for example). In this case, the representation is simplified (up to a single point close to canopy top, at least for the smallest trees). However, rendering can be temporary improved by increasing the qualityNote (up to 100%) for nice visualisation,​ but the manipulation of the scene will be very slow.
 ===== Export to fire models ===== ===== Export to fire models =====
  
-Exports to two fire models are currently available:+Exports to three fire models are currently available:
   * [[help_en:​capsis:​lib:​fire:​exporter:​firetec:​firetecdialog|FIRETEC]] (LANL, USA).   * [[help_en:​capsis:​lib:​fire:​exporter:​firetec:​firetecdialog|FIRETEC]] (LANL, USA).
 +  * QUIC-FIRE (LANL, USA).
   * [[help_en:​capsis:​lib:​fire:​exporter:​wfds:​wfdsdialog|WFDS]] (USFS,USA).   * [[help_en:​capsis:​lib:​fire:​exporter:​wfds:​wfdsdialog|WFDS]] (USFS,USA).
  
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 Using growth model for //Plants// and succession models for //​LayerSets//​ Using growth model for //Plants// and succession models for //​LayerSets//​
-(details of parametrization [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog#​Succession model for layerSet (Optional)|here]]),​ the [[documentation:​tutorial_en#​evolution|evolution]] of the scene can be simulated. Currently, the Aleppo pine growth model of Dreyfus et al. (2001) and a succession model for kermes oak garrigue (LayerSet) are the only models available for evolution. On the image below, the evolution from yellow to green of the layerSets in the fuel-break illustrates biomass accumulation.+(details of parametrization [[help_en:​fireparadox:​gui:​fminitialdialog#​Succession model for layerSet (Optional)|here]]),​ the [[documentation:​tutorial_en#​evolution|evolution]] of the scene can be simulated. Currently, the Aleppo pine growth model of Dreyfus et al. (2001) and a succession model for kermes oak garrigue (LayerSet) are the only models available for evolution. ​Since these models are hard coded, the implementation of new growth models requires development in the module. 
 +On the image below, the evolution from yellow to green of the layerSets in the fuel-break illustrates biomass accumulation.
  
  ​{{help_en:​fireparadox:​wiki_evolution.png?​700 }}   ​{{help_en:​fireparadox:​wiki_evolution.png?​700 }} 
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