Hi Jacob,

Not a dumb question at all!  This version is indeed the "demeshed" version, and should behave that way by default.


On Thu, Aug 25, 2022 at 12:05 PM Jacob Morgan <jmorgan15@crimson.ua.edu> wrote:
This may be a dumb question, but I recall there being a "regular" version of yt, and a "demeshed" version in developement. I have been using the demeshed version for particle data-- does the newest version (4.0.5) have the demeshed part included/is there anything special I need to do to implement that methodology?

Thank you for your time!

--Jacob Morgan

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Subject: [EXTERNAL] [yt-users] ANN: yt 4.0.5 is out
Fresh bugfix batch is out of the oven: announcing yt 4.0.5 !
We strongly recommend upgrading if you're using yt to analyse SPH data. See the release notes for details

Happy analysis !

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