List of tools to analyze the SiW ECAL Beam tests

Indico agendas for Analysis meeting

Contact: A. Irles, irles@lalNOSPAMPLEASE.in2p3.NOTSPAMfr

Old pages:

Analysis Topics, to do list and summary of results (if existing)

Detector performance and calibration

Simulation and shower response

  • To do.

More results presented in public or CALICE conferences: Papers in

Person Power (attendees to first meetings)

  • LAL: R. Poechl, A. Irles
  • LLR: V. Boudry, A. Lobanov
  • Kyushu U.: T. Suehara, Y. Miura, I. Sekiya

Software packages

Software packages are placed in github. A new git-hub community has been created with the purpose of serve as official repository.

If you are not familiarized with github, please follow the nex link:

Everyone can clone a repository and modify it locally as he/she wish without a github account. Ideally, everyone should have one account and:

  • Fork the repository in his/her own profile (can be done in the webpage, going to the official repository and clicking the green button that says fork)
  • clone this repository locally in his/her computer and do all modifications locally: i.e by typing, in the command line:
=git clone
  • push the changes to his/her own repository:

git commit -m "summary of changes" git push

  • Finally, asking for a pull request. Again, this can be done using the graphical interface in the webpage going to the official repository and clicking in "pull request"

In this way, someone else from the Analysis group will need to validate your modifications and we will be able to keep track of all updates.

Two packages are created in the github community:

tpecal package (commissioning)

Here, It is meant for commissioning and was also used as monitoring tool before the pyrame monitoring tool was developped. More info in :

Main analysis package

This package is divided in different subfolder:

Data Access, Run Summary and Configuration

Acknowledgements in Publication & Presentations

Text to be added:

  • DESY: User groups are expected to publish results related to their DESY Test Beam Access with the following acknowledgment text:
"The measurements leading to these results have been performed at the Test Beam Facility at DESY Hamburg (Germany), a member of the Helmholtz Association (HGF)".

This project has received funding from the European Union?s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation programme under Grant Agreement no. 654168.

Created by A. Irles - 2017-10-10

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