Thanks for re-sending -- this slipped off my radar. The clumps objects are checked for continuity; they're all topologically connected sets, which then can have additional validation criteria. Additionally, they are inclusive (i.e., threshold value) rather than surfaces.
On Fri, Oct 15, 2021 at 7:18 AM Sam Patrick firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I'm afraid I don't quite follow. It would seem from the documentation that calling either a YTSurface or Clump would both result in possibly disconnected objects.
I'm unsure of a way to implement this technique without first calling ds.surface, where the code fails, or possibly calling the extract_connected_sets() method to eliminate disconnected sets but again this would have to be after a YTSurface object had been initialized.
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