Once the NEMO environment has been loaded in your shell, you
will have access to over 200 new commands. Here is an example
to create a bar and look at the velocity field:
mkexpdisk out=run0.01 nbody=10000
hackcode1 in=run0.01 out=run0.02 options=mass,phi,acc tstop=5 > run0.2.log
snaptrim run0.02 - times=5 |\
snaprect - run0.13 weight="-phi*phi*phi"
snaprotate run0.13 run0.20 "atand(tand(30)/cosd(60)),60,45" zyz
snapgrid run0.20 run0.21 nx=256 ny=256 moment=0
snapgrid run0.20 run0.22 nx=256 ny=256 moment=1
ccdsmooth run0.21 run0.21s gauss=0.1
ccdsmooth run0.22 run0.22s gauss=0.1
ccdmath run0.21s,run0.22s run0.20d %1
ccdmath run0.21s,run0.22s run0.20v "%2/%1"
Here's an example to look at a radial profile of densities of an
N=1000 Plummer sphere,
but using Unix pipes. No data is ever saved here.
mkplummer - 1000 | radprof - tab=t | tabmath - - 'log(%1),log(%2)' all | tabplot -
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