Hello, I’m quite new to Julia.

I’m having a problem with “plot” and “exporting”.

Can anyone give help for a newbie?

Using VoronoiFVM for one-dimensional PDE, the solution is expressed as Array{Float64,1}.

I want to express it as a graph with time as e.g. (x, solution[2,:], t)

Like a “surface” graph.

This problem also occurs for the exporting solution.

The exported csv file only shows the solution for the final time period.

Code below without the equations

```
using VoronoiFVM
using ExtendableGrids
using PyPlot
using Plots
Length=0.0075;
edge_n=100; # number of edges
X1=collect(0.0:Length/edge_n:Length)
grid=ExtendableGrids.simplexgrid(X1)
ExtendableGrids.plot(grid,Plotter=PyPlot)
using DelimitedFiles
let
t=0.0; del_t=60.0
@gif for i=1:600
t=t+del_t
solve!(solution,inival,system,tstep=del_t)
writedlm("results.csv", solution[2,:])
@views begin
P1=heatmap(reshape(solution[1,:],length(X1),1),colorbar=:right,color=:viridis,yflip=true,clim=(230,260))
P2=heatmap(reshape(solution[2,:],length(X1),1),colorbar=:right,color=:viridis,yflip=false,clim=(230,260))
P3=heatmap(reshape(solution[3,:],length(X1),1),colorbar=:right,color=:viridis,yflip=true)
P4=Plots.plot(solution[2,:],ylim=(230,260), yflip = false)
P=Plots.plot(P1,P2,P3,P4,layout=(1,4))
end
inival.=solution; del_t*=1.00
end
end
```

This is the current graph that time flows as “gif”. P2 and P4 are what I am focusing on.

Can it be converted to (x, solution, t) graph or exported to csv file?