Hi Britton, Stephen,
I agree, these are very nice. However, as the old saying goes, "Too much light makes the baby go blind." I would like you to incorporate these into yt by either updating or completely replacing the get_multi_plot functions at the bottom of PlotCollection.py. I would say either remove those and place yours in a new module, like yt/raven/multi_plot_helpers.py or update them to include your new features.
Honestly, we need something like this that we can all agree on, because I know for a fact at least four different people have built their Own Thing to do it -- let's all start paddling in the same direction, and let's use this for a start!
A couple stylistic things:
* Can we wrap at 78 characters? * Pyplot causes problems with threading, depending on the backend; could you use the object-oriented interface to instantiate a Figure and apply the transformations to its axes? I can help out with this. * As for the h5py issue, I would prefer to see this accept the 2D image objects (FRBs) and then set up the necessary structure to dump FRBs to and from disk easily.
These are great, and I love the way the images look. Thanks!
On Fri, Mar 19, 2010 at 1:52 PM, Stephen Skory firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Let me know if you have any comments. Is it worth it to have something like this in yt itself? If so, we might also want to add a simple hdf5 writer for fixed resolution projections.
Those look really professional! I like them. This should definitely be put into yt.
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