Sounds like an exciting project! Sam Skillman and I are also going to be using Titan/Lens soon for yt work, so we'll be able to provide some more detailed feedback about it. But, I think what you'll want to do is to get a system python with matplotlib, numpy, h5py and Cython, and then build yt from source on top of that. You won't need scipy unless your routines utilize it.
Also, please feel free to involve either me directly in the discussion with the consultants at ORNL, as I'm more than happy to help out.
On Thu, Dec 12, 2013 at 5:09 PM, Junhwan Choi (최준환) email@example.com wrote:
Hi yt user,
Here, I have a naive question on installing yt. I try to install yt in the oak ridge super computer system particularly lens. People at the help desk suggest to use system python package in case I launch the analysis tool through the queueing system. What python package do I need to ask them? Can I simply turn on the default python in the system and install yt on my home directory? Or I need to request particular python package with numpy, matplotlib, scipy and so on. In addition, I would like to also use mpi4py since I will use large simulation data.
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