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NAME

       yt - command-line tool allowing to access some of yt's basic functionality without opening
       a python interpreter.

DESCRIPTION

       The tools is a collection of subcommands. These can quickly making  plots  of  slices  and
       projections  through  a  dataset,  updating  yt's codebase, print basic statistics about a
       dataset, launch an IPython notebook session, and more.

       usage: yt  [-h]  [--config  CONFIG]  [--paste]  [--paste-detailed]  [--detailed]  [--rpdb]
       [--parallel] [--version] subcommand

       yt command line arguments

   optional arguments:
       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       --config CONFIG
              Set configuration option, in the form param=value

       --paste
              Paste traceback to paste.yt-project.org

       --paste-detailed
              Paste a detailed traceback with local variables to paste.yt-project.org

       --detailed
              Display detailed traceback.

       --rpdb Enable remote pdb interaction (for parallel debugging).

       --parallel
              Run in MPI-parallel mode (must be launched as an MPI task)

       --version
              show program's version number and exit

   subcommands:
       help   Print help message

       bugreport
              Report a bug in yt

       hub_register
              Register a user on the Hub: http://hub.yt-project.org/

       instinfo
              Get some information about the yt installation

       version
              Get some information about the yt installation

       load   Load a single dataset into an IPython instance

       mapserver
              Serve a plot in a GMaps-style interface

       pastebin
              Post a script to an anonymous pastebin

       pastebin_grab
              Print an online pastebin to STDOUT for local use.

       upload_notebook
              Upload an IPython notebook to hub.yt-project.org.

       plot   Create a set of images

       rpdb   Connect to a currently running (on localhost) rpd session. Commands run with --rpdb
              will trigger an rpdb session with any uncaught exceptions.

       notebook
              Run the IPython Notebook

       stats  Print stats and max/min value of a given field (if  requested),  for  one  or  more
              datasets (default field is density)

       update Update the yt installation to the most recent version

       upload_image
              Upload an image to imgur.com. Must be PNG.

AUTHORS

       yt was primarily written by yt Development Team.

SEE ALSO

       Full documentation for the yt commandline can be found at http://yt-project.org/doc/