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Bender: for interactive analysis in LHCb

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What is Bender?

  • Bender is a python analysis environment relying heavily on LoKi and automated python<->C++ conversion factories.
  • Bender enables real-time analysis of a small number of events and fast prototyping of selections, ntuples, histograms, fitting, etc.
  • Bender adds the flexibility of python to the Gaudi C++ framework and brings the analyst much closer to the running code, with faster returns and a potentially faster turn-around analysis development cycle, much more reminiscent of pyroot/numpy.
  • Bender is a logical extension to GaudiPython, see What's the difference between Python, GaudiPython, and Gaudi?

Examples, Tutorials and FAQ

-- RobLambert - 25 Mar 2014

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