- Table of contents
- Fermilab Computing Access
- Liquid Argon Properties
- LArIAT Data Taking ("Online")
- LArIAT Data
- Monte Carlo and Beam Files
- Offline Software: Analysis
- Studies Awaiting an Author
This is the wiki for the Liquid Argon In A Test Beam program.
If you are a member of the collaboration and wish to join the LArIAT mailing list, please follow these instructions using the list name LARDBT. If you are not yet a member but wish to join the LArIAT guest mailing list, please follow these instructions using the list name LARDBT-GUEST.
Liquid Argon Properties¶
This PDG table on LAr properties contains a lot of information about liquid argon as it relates to HEP.
LArIAT Data Taking ("Online")¶
- Everything about taking data: LArIAT Online Wiki
- Current data taking: LArIAT Online Web Based Monitoring
- LArIAT eLog
- Raw LArIAT Data Handling - including finding and getting raw data using SAM.
- Finding and Getting data files and datasets
How do we know the data are any good? Offline Data Quality
Data and MC Production - Data processing details for experts¶
Monte Carlo and Beam Files¶
Until SAM directions can be included here, we can use personal accounts to generate and store these files.
Offline Software: Analysis¶
The LArIAT offline software uses LArSoft as its framework and git as its code versioning tool. The build system is based on CMake and uses the mrb tool developed by the Scientific Computing Division at Fermilab.
Getting & developing code¶
- The Git Repository
- Setting up the Offline Software
- Running the Offline Software
- Art Framework Cliff's Notes
- ART Documentation
- ART Workbook
- LArSoft Reference
- LArSoft Related Packages
- LArIAT Packages (including information on how to add a package)
- LArIAT Doxygen
- Coding Guidelines
- List of current lariatsoft releases
- Debugging Code
Using the code¶
- Running Grid Jobs using project.py
- Trouble Shooting
- How to use the event viewers
- LArIAT Database Utility
- Trigger Filter Instructions
- Accessing Photodetector Data in LArIATSoft
Studies Awaiting an Author¶
Studies needing to be done and needing someone to take charge goes here:
Edit this section to his liking: Jason St. John
Comparing Beamline simulation reconstruction to data reconstruction: Probably some combination of Jason St. John, Greg Pulliam, Brandon Soubasis (Monte Carlons) along with Pion Analysis people (Pioneers)