Running Fast Simulation within IGUANA and visualize events on the fly

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Introduction

The IGUANA event display is a powerful tool which allows to visualize a lot of information about an event, with detailed views of the detector, generated particles, sim hits, digitized hits, and reconstructed quantities including hits, clusters, segments and tracks. It can even be used to vizualize the magnetic field. This can be really useful to learn about properties of the detector, but also to understand and debug reconstruction algorithms.

A comprehensive description of IGUANA is given here in the Offline WorkBook. On this page you can find examples of how to use Iguana with Fast Simulation.

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PatrickJanot - 14 November 2007 Created template page

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