Ok, I think I have a solution to your problem. – BTW we already have a very first post for our blog!
Please have a look at the picture below. Firstly, split your screen into Render view and SpreadSheet view. Next make sure that spreadsheet is Showing domain (volume) you want to investigate and Attribute is set to Point Data. Further, click Show only selected elements (icon highlighted on the top right side of the picture).
From now on you have two possibilities. The first one: you can pick up single points and get readouts of all simulated parameters (exactly like in the picture). This is in my opinion the most convenient approach. You click “d” button on your keyboard (shortcut key), select mesh point on a surface and all relevant data will display in a SpreadSheet view. Then “d” again and next point appears.
The second possibility is to use a multiple selection. This allows selecting more points at the same time. All relevant data will appear in the table window. However, readouts will be sorted according to nodes’ ID numbers (!). For greater number of points it’s difficult to identify which one was the last you selected. Also, you have to click “clear” button if you want to start afresh.
Naturally these methods work with any kind of cuts such as Clip, Slice etc. Just remember to change Showing to Clip, Slice and so on.
All these icons are very small, so just in case:
I hope this is what you were looking for