Levels of Support for Various Codes
yt was originally designed to work with Enzo data. However, since its inception it has been extended to support several other platforms. This page is a summary of the various levels of support for different simulation platforms.
Enzo, Orion, FLASH, and Nyx are the four "flagship" codes which are fully-supported and targeted by the development. Others will be added to this list as development progresses.
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Gadget data has to be pre-processed, and the process is not completely straightforward. Please contact Chris for more information.
FLASH is being actively developed and should be considered fully-functional.
Single-domain datasets work and multi-domain datasets are in progress. Once the data has been read in, it is clustered and grid patches created, with coarse data filling in empty areas. Particles don't work yet. SamG has taken an active role in improving support.
A skeleton reader for Chombo is included, but it is currently orphaned.
ART currently works in limited scope; due to the fragmented nature of the ART file schema, a path forward is not clear.
Nyx support is being actively developed and it is considered a flagship code.