Provided by: python3-yt_3.5.0-1_amd64
yt - command-line tool allowing to access some of yt's basic functionality without opening a python interpreter.
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.
yt was primarily written by yt Development Team.
Full documentation for the yt commandline can be found at http://yt-project.org/doc/