You can display only the isosurface, then export it in a format such as POVRAY or VRML. All the coordinates and color information will be there. Reasonably parseable.

On Tue, Oct 29, 2013 at 5:50 PM, Tamas Horvath <> wrote:
Hi all

Is there a way to save the isosurface vertex coordinates along with the colours associated with the vertices in an easily parseable format? Something like a tab separated table with "x y z colour" fields.
Even simply printing out this information would be of tremendous help.

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