ROOT Tutorial at IRMM - Bruxelles 4th-8th March 2013

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This tutorial aims to provide a solid base to efficiently analyse data with ROOT. After an introduction to the C++ programming language, the main features of the ROOT toolkit are characterised: from histogramming to advanced fitting techniques.

Material for the course

The slides of the lectures will be made available as hands-outs and in electroinc form. In addition, a "Diving into ROOT: a ROOT Guide for Beginners" will be distributed to the participants (in electronic form Guide PDF Examples Compressed Zip archive). This guide is a valuable support for the course: the basics of ROOT are discussed and simple examples are provided.

Program

Monday February 25th: Introduction

Morning Hours Introduction to ROOT Slides PDF Exercises TWiki logo
Afternoon Hours Introduction to the C++ Programming Language Slides PDF Exercises TWiki logo

Tuesday February 26th: Histograms and Fitting

Morning Hours Title PDF
Afternoon Hours Title Slides PDF Exercises PDF

Wednesday February 27th: Trees and I/O

Morning Hours Title PDF
Afternoon Hours Title Slides PDF Exercises PDF

Thursday February 28th: Working with IRMM Examples

Morning Hours Title PDF
Afternoon Hours Title Slides PDF Exercises PDF

Friday March 1st: RooFit and Conclusions

Morning Hours Title PDF
Afternoon Hours Title Slides PDF Exercises PDF

Topic attachments
I Attachment History Action Size Date Who Comment
PDFpdf IRMM_IntroductionToCpp.pdf r1 manage 1442.5 K 2013-02-17 - 23:06 DaniloPiparo Introduction to C++
PDFpdf diving_into_ROOT.pdf r1 manage 1268.5 K 2013-02-18 - 14:31 DaniloPiparo A ROOT guide for beginners
Unknown file formatgz diving_into_ROOT_macros.tar.gz r1 manage 16.1 K 2013-02-18 - 14:34 DaniloPiparo Example and exercises for the Diving into ROOT guide

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