Looks to me like it may actually not be enabled by default for some reason. Can you try calling:
and seeing if that adds the correct fields? If so, I'll update the code to do this automatically.
On Thu, Aug 14, 2014 at 1:56 PM, Professor Maller firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
Those fields are not in my derived field list. That is ds.derived_field_list. Do I have to add them in some way? Or is there a way to check if yt didn't find the cooling??.dat files?
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Does anyone have code to create derived fields of ionization states, e.g. HI, for ramses data sets? If that's a no, does anyone have an example of a derived field where you have to read in a table and interpolate the field values.