Hi Norman,

I would like to make a request that you also process the slcio files produced by your reco runs of the sample partitions available via the jlab cache system
with hpstr via the configuration https://github.com/JeffersonLab/hpstr/blob/master/processors/config/kalSimpTuple_cfg.py.

This can be ran on a single file via:
hpstr $HPSTR_BASE/processors/config/kalSimpTuple_cfg.py -i <reco_file.slcio> -o <reco_file.root> -t 1 -y 2021
After successful installation of hpstr (please ensure you are using the current master branch).
If you happen to be using the infrastructure available via hps-mc, please note an example is available to show you how to use the HPSTR component of hps-mc:
https://github.com/JeffersonLab/hps-mc/tree/master/examples/hpstr

I look forward to analyzing the data you make available via the root ntuple developed by our analysis working group.

Thanks,
Cameron

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Subject: No Software Meeting Today
 

Dear Colleagues,

 

Today’s software meeting is canceled.

 

I would like to remind everyone that sample partitions from the ongoing run are being processed and made available for analysis.

I am using snapshots of the Run2021 branch of hps-java with the HPS_Run2021Pass1Top detector and the PhysicsRun2021_pass0_recon_evio.lcsim steering file.

The output files can be found at:

 

/volatile/hallb/hps/production/physrun2021/recon/HPS_Run2021Pass1Top/

 

Please take a look at the data now. We have roughly another month of running and we would like to catch any issues as soon as possible.

I have also prepared skims of the data with enhanced samples of candidate FEEs, WABs, Møllers, V0s, and three-prong tridents.

Please let me know if you have any special requests.

 

Please also let me know if you have anything to contribute to next week’s meeting.

 

Norman



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