General Information for USC ATLAS Group

Quick Link

Panda Monitoring for WP PandaAthena

GoodRunNumber and Trigger

GoodRunList

RunNums Trigger
Period C2 156682 2.2ub^-1 strong prescale for MBTS EF L1ItemStreamer L1 MBTS 1 or EF mbSpTrk
Period A 152166-153200 369.8ub^1 No prescale MBTS L1_MBTS_1
Period B 153565-155160 455.4ub^-1 prescale for MBTS EF L1ItemStreamer L1 MBTS 1 or EF mbSpTrk
Period C1 155228-155697 62.7ub^-1 strong prescale for MBTS EF L1ItemStreamer L1 MBTS 1 or EF mbSpTrk

890.1 nb^1 +- 20% Leonid's 6/11/2010 talk

* EF Trigger List: EFTriggerMenu

USC Computing Setup for ATLAS (tcsh/csh)

Basic Athena Setup

To set up athena framework, script is available in ~wpark/cmthome/ and copy the following files in your area ${HOME}/cmthome:
SourceMe.15.6.9  # setenv REL 15.6.9 can be changed for your desired release
requirements_stable  #line with macro ATLAS_TEST_AREA ${HOME}/atlas/${REL} can be edited for your taste
source SourceMe.15.6.9

DQ2 Client Setup

To set up grid for DQ2 clients,
 
cp ~wpark/cmthome/grid_env ${HOME}/cmthome
source grid_env
For sure, you need grid certificate before.

Most useful commands are (-L ROAMING should be added to reach beyond USC)

dq2-ls -L ROAMING 'mc09_7TeV.106400.SU4_jimmy_susy.recon.AOD.*'
dq2-ls -L ROAMING 'mc09_7TeV.10*.SU*_jimmy_susy.recon.AOD.*'
dq2-ls -r -L ROAMING 'mc09_7TeV.10*.SU*_jimmy_susy.recon.AOD.*'
dq2-get -L ROAMING user10.WoochunPark.USCSusyAnalysis020

Panda Setup

Links are available for PandaTools, PandaRun and PandaAthena
setenv PATHENA_GRID_SETUP_SH /afs/cern.ch/project/gd/LCG-share/current/etc/profile.d/grid_env.sh
ource /afs/cern.ch/atlas/offline/external/GRID/DA/panda-client/latest/etc/panda/panda_setup.csh
--site INFN-T1_MCDISK

SVN Setup

To check out package from SVN, you need to set up the following things in your account (CERN account required):

setenv SVNOFF svn+ssh://svn.cern.ch/reps/atlasoff
setenv SVNGRP svn+ssh://svn.cern.ch/reps/atlasgrp/Institutes/Arizona
setenv SVNUSR svn+ssh://svn.cern.ch/reps/atlasusr
setenv SVNROOT svn+ssh://svn.cern.ch/reps/atlasoff

[susy:~] more ~/.ssh/config
Host svn.cern.ch
  User woochun
  GSSAPIAuthentication yes
  GSSAPIDelegateCredentials yes
  Protocol 2
  ForwardX11 no

After basic set up, you need to do the following and compile:

cd $TestArea
cmt co $SVNGRP/Institutes/USC/USCSusyAnalysis
or
cmt co -r USCSusyAnalysis-00-XX-XX $SVNGRP/Institutes/USC/USCSusyAnalysis
or 
cmt co $SVNGRP/Institutes/USC/CharmAnalysis

DBRelase setup...

Consult DBRelase Twiki

FAQ

Where to go to find panda job status

In case that you want to check Woochun Park's job submission, go to link

USCSusyAnalysis

Introduction

USCSusyAnalysis is a physics analysis package which uses AthenaROOTAccess (ARA) to read ESD/AOD input in the form of a transient ROOT tree and performs a basic SUSY event candidate selection. The offline objects are selected using different selectors. The selector classes access an object (EventData) which holds the required event information to reconstruct SUSY event inclusively. The transient tree itself is packaged in the ARATree object. The selector classes are unaware of how the branches of the transient tree are accessed. They are independent of this step. The interface between the ARATree (data) and their accessors (selectors) is the EventData class.

Intended Users

This package is intended for users starting out on SUSY physics analysis using ARA, although it should be relatively easy to tailor this package to suit any other analysis. The users are required to write their own steering class which is able to access all the information from the transient tree. Once this is done the user has a choice of using/modifying the selector classes already provided or writing their own object selection routines.

List of Tags

Newest tag always contains latest updates. Please use those. The SVN location for ARATopAnalysis. A list of tags for specific Athena releases is given in the table below:

Athena AthenaROOTAccess USCSusyAnalysis USCAnalysis Comment
15.6.9 AthenaROOTAccess-00-06-01 USCSusyAnalysis-00-0X-XX USCAnalysis-XX-XX-XX USCAnalysis will be implemented collecting ROOT tools

Samples for June 24, 2010 (15.6.9 Offline)

dataset number of files nEvents Comment
mc09_7TeV.106400.SU4_jimmy_susy.recon.AOD.e496_s765_s767_r1250_tid127274_00 50 ? r1250 (reco in 15.6.8.7)

Set up athena framework

Submit the job in Grid (panda version)

CharmAnalysis

Analysis Steering

Steering the analysis involves the following steps:
  • Access all the required branches from ARATree
  • Store this information in EventData
  • Loop over all events and perform the selection
  • Save the resulting subset of events, histograms etc.

An analysis base-class (myAnalysis) is created which has methods to perform these steps. It has pure virtual methods and all the analysis steering classes (one of them is TopAnalysis) inherit from this base-class and implement these steps. The analysis base class is made a friend of ARATree, to enable the steering classes to implement the above steps.

MCP2010Data Ntuple

Muon Combined Performance data ntuple. Information is available at Kyoko's 05/21/2010 Talk and CSC Meeting 05/27/2010.

-- WooChunPark - 30-Jun-2010

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