If you are already using comoving units while making a slice or projection plot, then there is no need to annotate scale in the plot with the same unit because it should already be reflected on the x- or y-axis of the plot until you switched it off.
And I think for annotation purposes, the comoving distance units are not valid YT distance units. But you can use "Mpc", "kpc", "pc", "AU" etc.
I hope this will help you. -Prateek
On Sun, Apr 12, 2020 at 2:31 PM Salome Mtchedlidze email@example.com wrote:
I am using yt slices and projections with scale annotation. I have my plots in comoving units ("Mpccm/h") but whenever I want to use the same units for annotation:
slc.annotate_scale(corner='lower_right', coeff=10, units='Mpccm/h'),
yt does not recognize these units. Am I missing something or only the physical scale annotation is possible ?
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