How to digitize CALICE events generated with Mokka

For this you need first to create the noise file for a specific run from the data files, and then you can use this file, together with the Mokka files, as input to the digitization steering file. You can get all these Marlin steering files by using scripts from the calice_run package.

You can download the trunk of this package with:

svn co

  • To generate Marlin steering files for AHCAL + TCMT noise production. Usage:
              cd calice_run
              mkdir workdir
              cd workdir
           ../generateNoiseXml <your run number>

  • Please note that the script is looking for the reconstructed files for your specific run on the grid, so you need to have a valid grid proxy to get the right input.
  • To generate Marlin steering files for (Si-W ECAL + Scin-Fe HCAL + TCMT) digitisation:
              ../generateDigiXml <run number> <Mokka files list> <noise files> [<your string>] [<list of collections to keep>]
    run number the run number for which you want to do the digitisation
    Mokka file list ASCII file with the names of the Mokka files you want to use for digitisation
    noise file name of the LCIO file containing Scin-Fe HCAL and TCMT noise events
      (obtained running the steering file obtained with generateNoiseSteering)
    your string string you want to be contained in the name of the resulting steering file
      (i.e. Digi_<your string>.steer) and in the name of the LCIO output file (i.e. Digi_<your string>.slcio), optional
    list of collections to keep ASCII file containing the list of collections which you want to keep

-- AngelaLucaciTimoce - 01-Mar-2011

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