The project files consists of data in three broad categories: the simulation data ("Data at Redshift" components); analysis
tools and example scripts (Data Processing Tools) for processing the data; and project administration and background documents
(Historical Documents) related to the project. All these materials were created between 2005 and 2012, beginning with a proposal
for the LUSciD Project, continuing on to the simulation data, and ending with the recent analysis tools. The historical documents
are proposals and progress reports that were part of grants or requests for computational resources supporting the research.
The component for analysis tools and example scripts contains the source code to yt (http://yt-project.org/), which was used
to produce the example data analysis results. The results are a combination of structured text, binary files, and images.
The historical documents and analysis tools are described in greater detail in their component descriptions.
The Santa Fe Light Cone Simulation project was the result of an ongoing effort by the Laboratory for Computational Astrophysics,
beginning with the LUScID Project in 2005. This led to the development of the ENZO simulation software to the point where
it was able to complete a seven-level adaptive mesh refinement (AMR) cosmology simulation.
39 digital objects collectively containing 1,797 digital files of various types.
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