ps - Brian Granger and Min Ragan-Kelley will be there, giving talks about IPython (I won't). You should touch bases with them!

On Mon, Feb 17, 2014 at 6:41 PM, Sam Skillman <> wrote:
Hi all,

I just want to let you all know that I'll be giving a short talk on parallelism in yt at a SIAM Parallel Processing meeting (, focused on how we have designed yt to allow for multiple entry points into parallel computations.  In any case, I'd like to invite anyone to send me (perhaps off-list) any case studies or examples of when the parallel nature of a yt computation has allowed you to get your science done.  Please send over anything, and images/plots are all welcome.  I think it would be super cool to just show example after example of yt getting out of the way and letting people *do science*.  Anything I use I'll make sure to attribute.  My talk is on Friday so send over anything before ... Friday.

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