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HPS-SOFTWARE November 2021

Subject:

Re: [Hps-analysis] 2021 trigger skims

From:

Nathan Baltzell <[log in to unmask]>

Reply-To:

Software for the Heavy Photon Search Experiment <[log in to unmask]>

Date:

Mon, 29 Nov 2021 20:39:27 +0000

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The 10x larger test is done at /volatile/hallb/hps/baltzell/trigtest3

-Nathan


> On Nov 29, 2021, at 2:52 PM, Nathan Baltzell <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>
> Hello All,
>
> Before running over the entire 2021 data set, I ran some test jobs using Maurik’s EVIO trigger bit skimmer. Here’s the fraction of events kept in 14750 for each skim:
>
> fee 2.0%
> moll 3.3%
> muon 1.9%
> rndm 2.9%
>
> In each case, it’s inclusive of all such types, e.g., moll=moll+moll_pde+moll_pair, rndm=fcup+pulser.
>
> Are those numbers in line with expectations? The total is 10% and not a problem if these skims are expected to be useful. The outputs are at /volatile/hallb/hps/baltzell/trigtest2 if people are interested to check things.
>
> A 10x larger test is running now and going to /volatile/hallb/hps/baltzell/trigtest3 and should be done in the next couple hours.
>
> ************
>
> Note, it would be prudent to do this *only* for production runs, those that would be used in physics analysis, to avoid unnecessary tape access. By that I mean removing junk runs, keeping only those with some significant number of events, and only keeping those with physics trigger settings (not special runs). For that we need a run list. I think we have close to a PB, but I remember hearing at the collaboration meeting that at least 20% is not useful for the porpoises of trigger bit skimming.
>
> -Nathan_______________________________________________
> Hps-analysis mailing list
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