Instructions for using the HLTIDTrackingAna package

Introduction

The HLTIDTrackingAna package is a package for running studies on ESD cosmic data events. The code is kept in CVS.

Checkout / compile instructions

To checkout & compile:

  • Set up a suitable atlas relaease
  • (I use source ~/cmthome/setup.sh -tag=14.2.23.3,32,AtlasTier0,slc4,gcc34,runtime,simpleTest)
  • Set CVSROOT to point to the manchester repository:
    export CVSROOT=:gserver:isscvs.cern.ch:/local/reps/atman 
  • Now check out the required packages:
       cd $TestArea
       cmt co -o ./ ManAthenaTools/HLTIDTrackingAna
       cmt co -o ./ SFrame/manTree
  • Now compile:
       cd SFrame/manTree/cmt
       gmake
       cd ManAthenaTools/HLTIDTrackingAna/cmt
       gmake

The HLTIDTrackingAna package includes the athena algorithms that do the studies (well only one so far). The manTree package contains some classes I use in my ntuples that come out of the athena algorithm. You can run the existing algorithm (HLTCosmicsEffAlg) by going to the run directory in HLTIDTrackingAna, copy from the share directory HLTCosmicsEff_jobOptions.py and do:

  • athena.py HLTCosmicsEff_jobOptions.py

It should be straight forward to add more algorithms by using HLTCosmicsEffAlg as a template.

-- MarkOwen - 09 Dec 2008

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