• Reference examples:
  • This is the pdf report produced by the MUV12DataQuality analysis tool.
  • Page 1 (for MUV1) and Page 2 (for MUV2):
    • The top plots are total detector efficiency vs burst: The denominators of the efficiencies are extrapolated STRAW tracks to the MUV1/2 from the selected Kmu2 events by the Kmu2Selection physics tool. Event quality cuts and LKr, MUV3, and MIP selections are applied. In the numerators, the selected tracks are associated with LKr and MUV1/2 by the SpectrometerCalorimeterAssociation analysis tool. The efficiencies should be higher than .85.
    • The bottom-left plots are efficiency maps in XY, and they should be higher than .85. At the moment, due to the lack of statistics, points with low single-channel efficiency can be ignored.
    • The bottom-right plots are the number of events with single-channel efficiencies above .90 vs burst number. They should not be empty and uniformly distributed in a good run (Note: the plot of MUV1 will be investigated).
  • Plots on page 3 are Channel IDs (blue circles) of MUV1/2 vs X, Y positions of the extrapolated tracks (red triangles) to MUV1/2 with the hits (black points). Mostly the extrapolated tracks should be matched with the channels, and the hits should be clustered in the centers. Please note that the axes' names should be swapped, and x [mm] should be Position [mm] (actually, it was already fixed two years ago in this merge).
  • Plots on page 4 are LKr and CHOD timing offset (above) and sigma (below) for MUV1 (left) and MUV2 (right). The timings should be uniform for each burst unless there is a change in the time calibrations. For the moment, time resolutions are a bit broader than usual, and this can be ignored for now.
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