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== WAC Shift-wise Collection ==
 
  
* login as apar@adaq3
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== CREX ==
* cd into ~/PREX/prompt/collector
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After the experience of PREX II, some simplifications and automation scripts have been developed.
* source ../../setup_japan.tcsh
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* create a list of run number you want to (see for example test.list)
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* run the command: ./collector -d ../results/ -l test.list (Note:replace test with your file name)
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* a root file named prexPrompt_test.root will be stored in the rootfiles directory
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* to produce plots stay in the '''collector''' directory and run ./aggregate
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* you will be asked to enter a '''test''' part of the rootfile, enter it and hit '''Enter'''
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* a aggregate_plots_test.pdf file will be created in the '''plots''' directory.  
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* Logging into apar@adaq#
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* execute: 
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'''gowac'''
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* Follow the instructions listed there
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* The only things requiring manual adjustment are RCDB condition changes, including slug number and arm flag (for magnet trips) - '''these are explained in [[PVDB]]'''
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* Everything should be explained, but if not then ask a prior WAC for help
  
 
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PREX Main << Weekly Analysis Coordinator << WAC Notes << WAC Collection PREXII

CREX

After the experience of PREX II, some simplifications and automation scripts have been developed.

  • Logging into apar@adaq#
  • execute:
gowac
  • Follow the instructions listed there
  • The only things requiring manual adjustment are RCDB condition changes, including slug number and arm flag (for magnet trips) - these are explained in PVDB
  • Everything should be explained, but if not then ask a prior WAC for help