I have downloaded several ART files and parameters like current redshift or
omega lambda are okay but the current time = 4.38272802952e+17 looks very
suspicious. This may be the reason why I got an error when I try to print_stats
I also think this error is the reason why I got wrong units. By the way, I
know ART time code unit is negative and reached zero at the present time. Any
yt has been installed and I have already done some tests. I can load data from
ART but I have run into some problems. At this moment, I have a couple of
questions. One of the things that yt can do is to find the maximum of the
density field and give you the coordenates of it. The web page says that
coordinates are in code units which I guess are yt units, [0,1] in any
direction. If this is so, the maximum found by yt does not agree with the one
I found with ifrit. A second point is that when I try to compute the
"AngularMomentumVector" inside a sphere it gives me an error (with Enzo test
data I don't have this problem):
line 316, in __call__
dd = self._function(self, data)
TypeError: _x_velocity() takes exactly 1 argument (2 given)
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Dear List --
I had some build issues with yt on OpenSuSE 12.2 which likely affect users of >12.1 Python apparently builds critical components into
and then looks for them in:
resulting in this failure when the script tried to build distribute.
Could not find platform dependent libraries <exec_prefix>
Consider setting $PYTHONHOME to <prefix>[:<exec_prefix>]
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/site.py", line 563, in <module>
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/site.py", line 545, in main
known_paths = addusersitepackages(known_paths)
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/site.py", line 278, in addusersitepackages
user_site = getusersitepackages()
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/site.py", line 253, in getusersitepackages
user_base = getuserbase() # this will also set USER_BASE
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/site.py", line 243, in getuserbase
USER_BASE = get_config_var('userbase')
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/sysconfig.py", line 521, in get_config_var
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/sysconfig.py", line 420, in get_config_vars
File "/UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/sysconfig.py", line 288, in _init_posix
IOError: invalid Python installation: unable to open /UBC-O/erosolo/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/config/Makefile (No such file or directory)
I patched the problem by symbolically linking the lib64/python2.7 files into the lib/python2.7 directories and re-executing the script. Is there a better approach to this fail?
Asst. Prof. of Physics and Astronomy
University of British Columbia Okanagan
3333 University Way, Kelowna BC V1V 1V7 Canada
(250) 807-9623 - erik.rosolowsky(a)ubc.ca
i am trying to set up ENZO environment using Intel compilers and not default gcc, gfort, etc
I am using install_script.sh script.
Does somebody know how to change the choice of a compiler that will be used in order to
build HDF5, Python, etc needed for ENZO compilation.
Thanks in advance,
Hi yt user,
This question mostly goes to John Wise (maybe not).
I try to use eps_writer module in the yt to generate a high-quality .eps
I attempt to make four phase plot (rho-T) from four different times (i.e.
four different data output)
But, I got the following error message:
File "Phase_eps.py", line 39, in <module>
ep = eps.multiplot_yt(2,2,pc)
line 1010, in multiplot_yt
"x ncol(%d)." % (len(plot_col.plots), nrow, ncol)
TypeError: not all arguments converted during string formatting
It look that there is a problem when I over write PlotCollection object for
four different data output (or maybe not).
How can I solve the issue?
I paste my script at http://paste.yt-project.org/show/3112/ .
In addition, I would like to get more information/document about eps_writer.
For example, I would like to write the time of four phase respectively.
Where can I get the information about it?
Thank you in advance,
Jun-Hwan Choi, Ph.D.
Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Kentucky
Tel: (859) 897-6737 Fax: (859) 323-2846
Email: jhchoi(a)pa.uky.edu URL: http://www.pa.uky.edu/~jhchoi
I am new to YT and I was trying to install YT using the install script. And it fails with the following error:
I have cut and pasted lines of the log:
Installing Python. This may take a while, but don't worry. YT loves you.
Installing mercurial-2.2.2 (arguments: 'mercurial-2.2.2')
File "/home/labuser/exp_ib_tests/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/tarfile.py", line 744, in readnormal
File "/home/labuser/exp_ib_tests/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/gzip.py", line 252, in read
File "/home/labuser/exp_ib_tests/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/gzip.py", line 299, in _read
File "/home/labuser/exp_ib_tests/yt-x86_64/lib/python2.7/gzip.py", line 338, in _read_eof
IOError: CRC check failed 0x900b50a1 != 0x35489988L
Failure. Check /home/labuser/exp_ib_tests/yt-x86_64/yt_install.log. The last 10 lines are above.
Any help would be great!
Hello YT users,
A couple of years ago, Sam Skillman (email chain attached) asked about
support for saving derived fields to the disk, so we don't have to
re-compute expensive fields over and over again. Did this functionality
ever make it into yt? I'm working on something where this would be very
useful, so if not I might have a go at implementing myself.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Sam Skillman <samskillman(a)gmail.com>
Date: Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 9:40 AM
Subject: [Yt-dev] saving derived fields
I've started dealing with a lot of time-consuming derived fields and am
wondering if there is already support for writing derived fields back to
the raw data files (e.g. .cpu files). If not, any thoughts on doing so?
Yt-dev mailing list
I'd like to take a phase diagram and convert it to a simple array to
plot alongside some other nifty stuff in matplotlib.
A couple questions related to this aim (feel free to ignore ones that
1. Since I can add a phase object to a plot collection, is there a
way to convert a plot collection (or piece of it?) to a fixed resolution
2. Data objects made with pf.h.FUNCTION seem to be pass-able to the
fixed resolution buffer function. Is there a way to create phase plots this
way, instead of with plot collections?
3. Objects like simple line profiles have simple arrays living
inside them. Is there a simple 2D array I can pull out of the phase plot
Munier A. Salem // 845.489.6450
I am using a script recommended on ENZO boot-camp page
$ bash install_script.sh
in order to set up all libraries needed for enzo compilation.
Everything is going good and well until I got a following error:
gcc -fPIC -c bzip2.c
In file included from /usr/include/errno.h:36,
/usr/include/bits/errno.h:25:26: error: linux/errno.h: No such file or directory
make: *** [bzip2.o] Error 1
I checked and certainly I don't have such thing as /usr/include/linux/errno.h
Any advice ?