This is awesome, and I'm definitely a +1 on rolling this into reason in the future. I'm very tempted to throw this up on a big set of displays, and up the window size :).
On Wed, May 18, 2011 at 1:42 AM, Matthew Turk firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Thanks for the positive feedback, Stephen -- I'm pretty excited about this, too.
As a stopgap before it gets rolled into reason, which may end up being sort of tricky, I have added a "mapserver" command to the yt command line utility. If you update your installation, you can do:
yt mapserver DD0030/DD0030
and it'll spawn on http://127.0.0.1:8080/ , which you can then open in your browser. There are a couple options for this command, too -- axis, field, projection, and weight, which you can see with --help.
On Tue, May 17, 2011 at 4:15 PM, Stephen Skory email@example.com wrote:
I'd love it if people could download and try it out. If you have yt installed, then you don't need anything other than this repo:
I just gave it a go on a couple datasets and it worked pretty well! The periodicity is handled interestingly - just like Google Maps where you can pan left and right and get the same thing, but up and down cuts off the data. Really neat!
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