On Sat, Apr 20, 2013 at 11:50 AM, Andrew Myers email@example.com wrote:
radmc3d is a Monte Carlo radiative transfer code that can produce spectra and images for dust continuum and line radiation. I've written some code to save out a yt dataset into the format it uses for its AMR input files. It needs some cleaning up and documentation, but if this is something other people are interested in, I'd be happy to try to add it to yt code base. In principle, this would let any code with a yt frontend interface with radmc3d without too much hassle.
I think this would be a nice addition. We have the ability to export to Sunrise, which lives inside an analysis module, and this could be a good addition in the same vein. What format does it use?
Perhaps it would belong inside the analysis_modules directory, like the sunrise_exporter does. I don't think you'd need to add extensive documentation, but perhaps a recipe to the yt-doc repository would be enough (and doc strings).
Thanks very much, and let me know if I can help,
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