[Users] Reading Carpet output from Julia

David Radice dradice at caltech.edu
Mon Feb 8 17:09:04 CST 2016

Hi Erik,

thank you for the example. It works for me and it could be a starting point for something more systematic / user friendly.


> On Feb 8, 2016, at 9:25 AM, Erik Schnetter <schnetter at gmail.com> wrote:
> David Radice and I recently discussed reading Carpet HDF5 data into
> Julia <http://julialang.org>. A few weeks ago, I converted a Python
> visualization script to Julia. This was quite easy to do, and I thus
> thought I'd post it here for others to see.
> The Julia script is an Ipython (now: Jupyter) notebook. The link below
> should lead to a tarball in my Google Drive folder that anybody can
> download. In addition to the script, there is also some sample Carpet
> output that the script uses to create a movie, as well as the movie
> itself that is generated by the script.
> <https://drive.google.com/file/d/0Bz4t5SPjhOSSN28wQjlMODgwaWs/view?usp=sharing>
> This isn't a cleaned-up example that's easy to use, but rather a
> straight copy of the script I'm using to experiment with the data. I
> hope it works for others (after adapting the obvious path names in the
> script). If you find it interesting and encounter problems, I'll be
> happy to help, and if this is generally useful, it could probably be
> cleaned up into a much nicer example.
> Enjoy,
> -erik
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> Erik Schnetter <schnetter at gmail.com>
> http://www.perimeterinstitute.ca/personal/eschnetter/
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