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github repository: JAPAN
- online plots pullRequest
- CG: pulled into develop.
- WD: maybe we should put it into a separate repo to reap benefits from others work and contribute to Hall A. CG: we should seriously consider this and have one student to bring in the updates that Hall A previous experiments into place.
- CC: the panguin/onl-tool that Tritium used was an offshoot of panguin and we should have their functionality. CG: maybe Tao can look into this and potentially integrate the work Tritium has for panguin
- regression analysis
- PK: not quite ready because of backlog on the feedback.
- PK: compiled the sources but having trouble linking everything together in the package with cmake.
- PK: we should bring in Amali to discuss what was done before and which variables are needed to push fwd with feedback.
- WD: should we create an extension folder to contain panguin (unless we move it to a separate repo), feedback and so on? PK: sounds like a good plan.
- DAQ issues
- VQWK adcs
- CC: Chris Cuevas is confident he can fix hardware issues.
- Other issues
- Pull requests:
- PK: we now we can use the podd FindRoot
- WD: will look into further work on RPATH
- PK: we have a new pull request for new trees. CG: will review shortly. WD: should we try to add some documentation text that can be visible from TBrowser? RR: will look at root documentation to see what the syntax for it should be.
- CC: we should discuss the tracking and optics runs and maybe work with panguin to produce default plots. CG: this relates to panguin Tritium tools which worked with podd. We should revisit this next week at the workshop.
- PK: we have new configuration files for the new runs and the runs from last year (because we reset the run numbers)
- PK: we are working on connecting the ET system to create the mem-resident root file. If the analyzer is faster than the DAQ it will wait for the data as it streams, as opposed to analyzing a disk resident file where the analyzer will stop at the end of the file.
- CG: what should we do about mock data? PK: Robert and I will take a look at it. WD: right now it’s hard coded the correlations between channels. I think we can’t just use the PREX config files.
- PK: will setup a central japan repo and create a setup bash script for the environment.
- KP: we should have a plan to take data semi-continuously. CG: will look to organize this.
- Pull requests:
Bob's DAQ tasklist
TO-DO list for Parity DAQ updated Jan 4, 2019
Cameron & Bob: 1, 2, 4, 5, 6, 11, 12, 13 Tao & Cameron: 8, 9 Bob: 3, 6, 10 Cip, Cameron, Tao: 13 1 Timing: mostly understood, still small mysteries (LNE) 2 Synchronization-check system. w/help from Ed Jastrzembski 3 File naming, reset run num, finalize configs (INJ, CH, ALL) 4 Fix scalers on spectrometer crates. 5 clean up cabling, labels, fasteners. 6 Clean up CRL -- eliminate so-called "dirty trick" 7 Check the 7200 scaler setup at injector, find a spare 7200. 8 Pedestal studies, aka cross-talk. 9 Test JAPAN. Need cable map & labels. Possibly maintain "pan" ? 10 Green Monster maintenance. 11 Test spares. Repair bad modules. 12 Document everything. Circuit diagrams, cable map, "how to". 13 Online software, a bit undefined since software is changing. (a) automatic production of run-dependent database (b) alarms like end-of-run voice (Bob) (c) feedback (d) coil-pulsing aka modulation aka dithering (Victoria) (e) panguin (GUI showing real-time plots) (f) prompt analysis (g) e-logbook entries (h) archiving EPICs data Accomplished * Revive all crates. * Deploy all ADCs needed and test each channel. * Build various DAQ configs with subsets of the DAQ crates. * Timing diagram, check timing of external signals and readout. * ET system upgrade, test rate limits, ensure deadtime zero. * Implement Bank structure.
Tao Y, Paul K, Robert R, Cameron C, Ciprian G, Sakib R, Wouter D, Jinlong Z, Devi A, Ye T, Kent P