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yt users survey, Spring 2012
It's that time of year again! We'd like some feedback on your use and your opinions about the present and future of yt. It's really short, and no questions are mandatory, so feel free to fill in as many or as few as you'd like.
Do you find that yt is:
Easy to use
Difficult to use
Too hard to use
How often do you use yt?
All the time
Once in a while
I tried, and it broke, so I stopped
Have you used the yt GUI, Reason?
Yes, once or twice
Never heard of it
The thing I think yt needs, more than anything else is ...
More supported codes
Speed or parallelism improvements
More canned tasks for astrophysical analysis
Better/easier visualization not destined for publication
Better/easier visualization for publication
Improvements to the GUI
Narrative documentation and tutorials
A more friendly development process or community
More reliability or error handling
Ability to conduct time series analysis
Anything to add about deficiencies in yt?
What should be changed about the documentation?
There's too much -- slim it down!
I want more narrative documentation
I want more example scripts
The organization should be improved
I'd like more screencasts
Have you watched the yt workshop videos?
I was not there and did not watch any videos
I was not there and did watch one or more videos
I was there and did not watch any videos
I was there and did watch one or more videos
Which of these pieces of functionality have you used:
yt pastebin (the yt pastebin)
IRC for yt help
Time series analysis
Volume rendering in yt is ...
Hard to get right
Easy to set up
Have you found anything in yt to be particularly annoying?
How do you find the yt community to be?
Have you ever contributed code to yt? If so, what was good or bad about that experience?
If there's one message about yt you want to send, what is it?
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