New issue 1008: Difficulties with particle data sets https://bitbucket.org/yt_analysis/yt/issue/1008/difficulties-with-particle-d...
I have a particle data set I am loading with `yt.load_particles`:
``` ds = yt.load_particles(data, length_unit=udisti*centimeter, mass_unit=umassi*gram, n_ref=n_ref, velocity_unit=udisti/utimei*centimeter/second, time_unit=utimei*second, sim_time=gt*utimei*second, periodicity=(False,False,False), bbox=bbox) ```
In this case, `n_ref=8` and everything else is loaded from the simulation.
I'm trying to do a few things that don't work. I can successfully create a projection, but - at some point in the very recent past - I was unable to add contours to that projection, getting an error like "YTFieldNotFound: Could not find field '('all', 'density')' in ParticleData.". That problem seems to have disappeared, though - I can't explain why, as I didn't change anything.
If I try to make an isosurface contour for uploading to sketchfab, I get a `NotImplementedError`. Is there any way to grid the data first, then make isosurface contours?
If I try to make a volume rendering projection using the camera, I get the following segfault: ```
ds = yt_from_jim(os.path.join(root_path, fn)) ad = ds.all_data() mi, ma = ad.quantities.extrema("all_density") tf = yt.ColorTransferFunction((np.log10(mi)+1, np.log10(ma))) tf.add_layers(5, w=0.02, colormap="spectral") c = [0.5, 0.5, 0.5] L = [0.5, 0.2, 0.7] W = 1.0 Npixels=512 cam = ds.camera(c, L, W, Npixels, tf, fields='all_density')
Failed to split grids. Failed to split grids. Failed to split grids. Failed to split grids. Failed to split grids. /Users/adam/anaconda/envs/astropy27/bin/python.app: line 3: 13569 Segmentation fault: 11 /Users/adam/anaconda/envs/astropy27/python.app/Contents/MacOS/python "$@" ```
The data are here: https://www.dropbox.com/s/922kurz8vusa6pj/RUNI180?dl=0 and the loading script is here: https://github.com/keflavich/jimpy/blob/master/yt/to_yt.py
I'll be trying a few more things (e.g., off-axis projection), so I'll add to this issue as I run into more problems.
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