Hmm, good point. Maybe you should just implement (in the SS_HopOUtput.py file, which should soon be changed to be the main HOP) a FakeGridForHalos. Have it fill in the same way the other does, but you'll have to do _corners manually. dds should be the minimum halo radius I guess? Hmm. Let me think about this, if that doens't work out.
On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 10:32 AM, Stephen Skory firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
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I'd say use the FakeGridForParticles, populate it with the halo centers, then use _get_cut_mask for that to get the halos to plot, by calling plot.data._data_source in the callback __call__.
I'm going to need a bigger push...
FakeGridForParticles needs a grid, but how do I make a grid object of halo centers and radii?
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