I have figured out a way to do this, but it involves saving each profile to a temporary file, reading the temp file into a byte stream, and then pickling the byte stream; then to reload, I would have to unpickle the byte stream, write it to a temporary file, then use yt.load() to get the profile object back. This works, but boy, it's inefficient. Dealing with a whole bunch of separate files generated by profile.save_as_dataset() is inefficient in different way. Any ideas on streamlining this workflow?Dear yt Users,Does anyone know of a way to export the data of a profile object to a byte stream? Specifically, I'd like to be able to store several byte streams from several different simulation files into a single dictionary object (for example), and then pickle the dictionary. I'd like to then unpickle the dictionary object at a later time for plotting, etc.
------Jason GalyardtUniversity of Georgia
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