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snapmstat - statistics of the masses in a snapshot


snapscale in=in_file [parameter=value] ...


snapmstat runs through the masses of a snapshot, in sequential order or sorted by mass, and reports in each bin (to be defined later) how many stars there are and the total mass is each bin.

A new bin is defined when its predecessor in the searching (either sequential or sorted) has a different mass.

The output is suitable to be parsed by awk(1) or tabmath(1NEMO) and can be used in snapmask(1NEMO) to select certain particles by mass. snapcopy can perhaps also be of some use.


The following parameters are recognized:
input file, in snapshot(5NEMO) format. Default: none.
Should masses be sorted? Although this keyword has not been implemented yet, it’s effect can be achieved with snapsort. [default: f].
Maximum number of species allowed. This keyword is also not used, since the current table is build on the fly, and not saved. [default: 100].


The output of an SPH snapshot could look like:

0 0:8191  = 8192 Mass= 3.4332e-06 TotMas= 0.0281248 CumMas= 0.0281248
1 8192:12287  = 4096 Mass= 1.5259e-05 TotMas= 0.0625009 CumMas= 0.0906256
2 12288:28671  = 16384 Mass= 9.7275e-06 TotMas= .159375 CumMas= .250001
3 28672:45055  = 16384 Mass= 6.1035e-05 TotMas= .999997 CumMas= 1.25
4 45056:49151 = 4096 Mass= 0.00015259 TotMas= .625009 CumMas= 1.87501

See Also

snapstat(1NEMO) , snapprint(1NEMO) , snapcopy(1NEMO)


Peter Teuben


~/src/pjt/nbody       snapmstat.c snapmstat.1

Update History

18-Sep-90    V1.0: created              PJT

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