Sure -- you can directly instantiate it as RAMSES:
pf = RAMSESStaticOutput("../output_00001/info_00001.txt")
This is, however, a problem with the ARTStaticOutput object, which I'll take care of fixing. For now this should work, though. :)
On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 6:49 AM, Sam Geen firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
OK, thanks! One immediate bug is that it seems to have trouble identifying the code I'm using. It's trying to choose between: RAMSESStaticOutput ARTStaticOutput
Any idea how to break the degeneracy?
On 25/11/2010 11:44, Matthew Turk wrote:
It's not a dumb question at all! To specify the RAMSES data output, you need to give "load" the path to the info*.txt file:
pf = load("../output_00001/info_00001.txt")
There are some caveats with RAMSES support which I'm still working on: the initial creation of the hierarchy can take a few minutes and multi-domain support may be a memory hog. I'm actively working on improving this. If you run into any bugs in the RAMSES reader, please feel free to either write to the list or to contact me directly (off-list), as you see fit.
On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:16 AM, Sam Geensamgeen@astro.ox.ac.uk wrote:
This might be a dumb question, but how do you get YT to work with RAMSES? I tried naively following the guidelines in the Quick Start guide, and it didn't work:
In : pf = load("../output_00001") yt ERROR 2010-11-25 09:58:43,587 Couldn't figure out output type for ../output_00001
I couldn't find anything by searching the online documentation, paper on arXiv or the mailing list archives. Any advice on how to get it working?
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