We need to create a tutorial for structured grids that walks users through how to create many different types/configurations of structured grids.
The main point of confusion I see is with what the dimensions mean - most users expect this to be the number of points in each axial direction, and this will work for most users. However, the dimensions really only care about the structure of the
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