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  1. Hello, I have two problems regarding velocity vectors. 1. I would like to view velocity results from a model as a line of vector values at specified points in the model mesh (not necessarily at nodes, in between nodes). I would like to be able to skip through the time steps with the vector arrows changing according to the model results. Is this possible? If so, how? I can't see it in any of the tutorials. 2. I would then like to view my model velocity vectors overlaid on an arcline of field measurements. I can see a way to import my field data and have them show up in the transect line as velocity vectors. At the moment if I load two different field observation transects as velocity vectors, I can only see one transect at once by clicking through the objects. However I'd like to be able to view them all at once. Eventually I would like to be able to compare the model velocity vectors with the field observation velocity vectors at the same time using different coloured arrows so that I can see how close my ADCP transects are to the model results at that time step. I have attached an image that I did in QGIS, but it takes a long time to process. It would be better to be able to do it in SMS.
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