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I am confused by the documentation for the bin/cylinder style of compute chunk/atom. It says:

“The *bin/cylinder* style defines bins for a cylinder oriented along the axis *dim* with the axis position in the other two radial dimensions at (*c1*,*c2*). For dim = x, c1/c2 = y/z; for dim = y, c1/c2 = x/z; for dim = z, c1/c2 = x/y. These can be thought of as a 2d array of bins, each of which is a pie-shaped wedge (radial dimensions) of finite height (along the cylinder axis). The bin size and positions along the cylinder axis are specified by the *origin* and *delta* values, the same as for the *bin/1d*, *bin/2d*, and *bin/3d* styles. There are *ncbin* concentric circles in the radial direction from the cylinder axis with radii equally spaced between *crmin* and *crmax*. For example, if *crmin* = 1.0 and *crmax* = 10.0 and *ncbin* = 9, then the first bin spans 1.0 < r < 2.0, and the last bin spans 9.0 < r 10.0. The geometry of the bins in the radial dimensions is the same whether the simulation box is orthogonal or triclinic; i.e. the circles are not tilted or scaled differently in the two different dimensions to transform them into ellipses.”