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.
Scott Feister, Ph.D.
Postdoctoral Researcher, Flash Center for Computational Science