Hi all,

1) Is there a way to do a "mean" ProjectionPlot? As far as I can tell, the options are "integrate", "mip", and "sum", so I am guessing the answer is no. I know you can do this with regions by reg.mean(), and make your own plot in matplotlib.

1) Is there a way to do a "mean" ProjectionPlot? As far as I can tell, the options are "integrate", "mip", and "sum", so I am guessing the answer is no. I know you can do this with regions by reg.mean(), and make your own plot in matplotlib.

2) If I do a Z projection on a domain with high X,Y spatial resolution, will it average cells along X and Y (within the pixel limits) at each Z depth as it projects? Or, just pick a single cell at X,Y for each pixel?

Also, does anyone know if the reg.mean() function weights the cells equally in the mean if there is varied spatial resolution? For example, I know the reg.integrate() function multiplies by path length, but reg.sum() simply adds up cell values.

Thanks!

Scott

Scott Feister, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher, Flash Center for Computational Science

Scott Feister, Ph.D.

Postdoctoral Researcher, Flash Center for Computational Science

University of Chicago, Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics