Does anyone out there have a technique for getting the variance out of
a profile object? A profile object is good at getting <X> vs. B, I'd
then like to get < (X - <X>)^2 > vs B. Matt and I had spittballed the
possibility some time ago, but I was wondering if anyone out there had
successfully done it.
Sent from my computer.
I have trouble running yt in parallel on Blue Waters. I installed yt using
miniconda, the version of yt is
~/miniconda/lib $yt version
yt module located at:
The current version and changeset for the code is:
Version = 3.3-dev
Changeset = 90f900be7a36+ yt
Then with miniconda/bin in PATH I installed mpi4py-2.0.0. But when I tried
to make the following simple output in parallel, I get:
from yt.utilities.parallel_tools.parallel_analysis_interface import\
comm = communication_system.communicators[-1]
print comm.rank, comm.size
When I run a similar code but with yt-2.x also on Blue Waters, I get what I
I'm confused about it. Could anyone give me some suggestions please?
I'm trying to plot some particle trajectories taken from a FLASH simulation that has particle files. The number of particle files is greater than the checkpoint files. I was wondering if I could use a similar recipe to the yt documentation for particle trajectories but loading data from the particle files instead of using the checkpoints so I have more trajectory points.
Thank you very much!
Dear Suoqing Ji:
Thanks. In the meanwhile can you suggest any alternate function/method in
yt that I can use for my vector plots?
I also have a 3d (streamlines_t000.png) and 2d streamline plot
(UniformGridData_Slice_y_field_x_t000.png), which needs to treated in the
same way. Can you suggest any approach for these plots?
Thanks in advance
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> Hi Sushil,
> I was able to reproduce your error and created an issue here:
> Best wishes,
> Suoqing JI
> Ph.D Candidate
> Department of Physics
> University of California, Santa Barbara
> > On Apr 28, 2016, at 7:17 PM, Sushilkumar <sushil.sush19us(a)gmail.com>
> > Dear Suoqing Ji:
> > With a combination of center [0,0,0] and adjusting the width w, I was
> able to eliminate all the warnings mentioned earlier. But the off axis
> slice plots still wont give me a desired result.
> > Plot available on the drive below below.
> > The two plots L(010),N(0,0,1).png and L(101),N(001).png are plotted for
> x-z plane and viewing angle of 45 degrees but both are drastically
> different from each other. In fact the off axis slice plots
> (L(101),N(001).png) is not in the x-z plane either.
> > I am aiming for a plot similar to vector_rotate.png which is same as
> vector_original.png but rotated/viewed at an angle.
> > The vector_rotate.png was created using the python image library. I was
> hoping if yt has any similar options with off axis which would tilt the
> vector plots and fill all the vector grids (which cannot be done using PIL).
> > The script (yt_velocity_fields.py) and sample data file
> (Expl_Bt101.mtx.tar.gz) is available on drive link for your reference.
> > Thanks in advance and my sincere apologies for repeated queries. But
> this is extremely critical in reproducing my result and putting it for
> > https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B4g8shg4DL7oak5PLWVVdG5UMHc <
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I am trying to create a max_dens and max_temp sweep plot in yt. I am using
the following code
for n in range (0,118):
fn = flashFolder+'super3d_hdf5_plt_cnt_%04d' % n
pf = yt.load(fn) # load data
c = pf.h.find_max('temp')
ax = 0 # take a line cut along the x axis
# cutting through the y0,z0 such that we hit the max density
#ray = ds.h.ortho_ray(ax, (c, c))
# ray with start and end point
ray = pf.h.ray([0.,0.,0.],c)
# Sort the ray values by 'x' so there are no discontinuities
# in the line plot
srt = np.argsort(ray['x'])
and getting the the following error:
IOError: [Errno 2] No such file or directory:
Any suggestion on how to fix this error is highly appreciated.
I have installed yt once with no problems, but now I'm trying to install
it on TACC/Stampede, and I'm getting an error message during the Python 2
Fatal: You must get working getaddrinfo() function.
or you can specify "--disable-ipv6"
I don't know what is getaddrinfo() and where I can get it.
I know what ipv6 is, but I don't know where I should specify
"--disable-ipv6" (and whether it is a good thing to do or I better get
working getaddrinfo() function).
If anyone got this error message and knows what to do please help.