EventView used to visually show an event







Version informaton



How to use

Version 1:EventView shows response detectors' space distribution , time evolution and signal strength

  1. Look at LhSoft , setup the environment in which LHAASO softeware version you will work
    • for example: source /afs/ihep.ac.cn/soft/LHAASO/LodeStar-SLC6/Pre-Release/L19-Pre1_v1r1/setup.sh
  2. create your workarea/project
    • cmt create_project myArea
    • cd myArea
  3. checkout needed packages as the directory structure in LhSoft
  4. move to myArea and compile
    • there will be 7 packages under the myArea, these 5 packages ,ConfigureClass, EventDisplay, EventMgr, LHCaliEvent, LHRecEvent, are needed to compiled one by one.
    • package ConfigureClass. In this package, there is a steering.env file. It contains all the necessary parameters, input file name and path. these parameters should be available
    • package LHCaliEvent and LHRecEvent. These two packages are Data Model
    • package EventMgr. These package is used to read Event information with the Data Model packages.
    • package EventDisplay. These package is used to show the graph.
      • cd myArea/ EventDisplay /cmt
      • cmt br cmt configure
      • make
      • source setup.sh
  5. run the job
    • cd ../amd64_linux26
    • ./serena.exe
  6. after run the job a window will be created and there are several button on the right
    • replot this event: show the event which you decide the event number
    • next event: show next event
    • previous event: show previous event
    • select eventquaity: show the next event which satisfy selection (it is decided by number of ED)
    • quit: close the window


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Topic revision: r4 - 2020-05-28 - LiWenlong
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