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1 avril 2017

Open-source release of the Topology ToolKit

Catégorie : Logiciel

We are excited to announce the release of the Topology Tool Kit (TTK), an open-source library and software collection for topological data analysis in scientific visualization:



TTK can handle scalar data defined either on regular grids or triangulations, either in 2D or in 3D. It provides a substantial collection of generic, efficient and robust implementations of key algorithms in topological data analysis. It includes:

If you need to robustly analyze your acquired or simulated scientific data, you may want to use TTK.

* Check out our gallery page to see visualizations we obtained with TTK: https://topology-tool-kit.github.io/gallery.html

TTK makes topological data analysis accessible to end users thanks to easy-to-use plugins for the visualization front end ParaView. Thanks to ParaView, TTK supports a variety of input data formats.

* Check out our video tutorials to see TTK in action: https://topology-tool-kit.github.io/tutorials.html

TTK is written in C++ but comes with a variety of bindings (VTK/C++, Python) and standalone command-line programs. It is modular and easy to extend. We have specifically developed it such that you can easily write your own data analysis tools as TTK modules.

* Check out our developer documentation: https://topology-tool-kit.github.io/documentation.html

TTK is open-source (BSD license). You can use it at your convenience, for open-source or proprietary projects. You are also welcome to contribute.

* Check out our contribution page: https://topology-tool-kit.github.io/contribute.html

If you have questions, need support regarding the usage of TTK, or just want to provide feedback, thanks for sending us an email at topology.tool.kit@gmail.com

We hope you'll enjoy TTK!

Dr Julien Tierny
CNRS Researcher
Sorbonne Universites UPMC - LIP6


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