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Heidt, Christopher, 19 January 2016 13:49
Please put any code that you have written to perform analysis and reconstruction tasks plots etc into the table below along with a description of what it does and how and the language it is written in.
|bin/utilities/data_tracker_verify.py||Python|| Supports argparse interface (i.e. has --help flags!).
Runs over a maus reconstructed data file and produces many 10s of plots
describing the behaviour of various components of the tracker reconstruction.
If you want a quick check of how the data looks - this is a good place to start!
|Bad Channel Analysis||Python||MAUS must be sourced, must be run over a processed data file, and configuration variables at the top of the script must be set to point to data. Script calls in MAUS root file and plots a Gaussian or linear fit over each station hit profile. Channels that are outside set limits are added to a bad channel list. Script removes bad channels and recursively fits||01/19/2016||Christopher Heidt|
|blah.py||Python||What it does||12/12/99||nameX|
Final Script Development¶
OnRec and OnMon are visible through MAUS directly
|https://github.com/e-overton/mice-tracker-calibration||Python||Calibration Script / Tools to be run and checked by experts. TODO: Automatic (shifter) running.||28/10/15|
|ReconstructionPlots.py||Python||Python Script (or eventually an Analysis Package)of Reconstruction Plots||28/10/15|
|DataValidation.py||Python|| Script to be run once per run and checked by shifters to check the
validity of the data and that the calibrations are valid. Then a final
line that based on those checks and tolerances says whether the run is
good for the tracker or not. In Physics Devel.
|scifi_run_summary_plots.py||Python||Python script producing various data quality plots, takes a maus_output.root file as an argument||29/10/15|
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