Big blockers in my mind are:

* Off-axis projections are broken
* At least replacing the cookbook examples
* Docstrings on the major components


On Tue, Oct 21, 2014 at 5:50 AM, Matthew Turk <> wrote:
Hi Sam,

(Moving over to yt-dev)

What do you think the major reasons to hold off on merging are?


On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 10:18 PM, Sam Skillman <> wrote:
> Hi Kiki,
> Thanks for the compliments on the volume rendering in yt.  As of right now
> there isn't a simple way to add streamlines in the same figure. However, we
> are really close! There is a current work-in-progress [WIP] pull request
> where we are adding such a capability.  What I'd suggest is to keep your
> ears open for new requests for testing the new framework and check back
> soon. I hope that by the end of the week we'll have some examples up on the
> pull request that would give you enough of a head start to try it out. I
> will try to remember to cc you when i send out requests for beta-testers.
> Cheers,
> Sam
> On Mon, Oct 20, 2014 at 6:02 PM, Dionysopoulou K.
> <> wrote:
>> Dear Sir or Madam,
>> I recently came across the yt libraries for python and was impressed by
>> its capabilities and the  speed of the volume renderer in particular. The
>> library creates superior quality figures and I would like to use it for my
>> papers. The problem I have for now is that I would like to have volume
>> rendering plus streamlines of a vector field in the same figure and I
>> haven’t figured out how one could do that. Is there a way to achieve this in
>> yt?
>> Thanking you in advance.
>> All the best,
>> Kiki
>> Kyriaki Dionysopoulou
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>> Mathematical Sciences
>> University of Southampton
>> Southampton, SO17 1BJ, UK
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