|This is the home of Gen01, the 2001 run of Jlab experiment E93-026.|
For information on the original 1998 run, follow this link.
The main homepage of Thomas Jefferson National Accelerator Facility (Jefferson Lab) can be found here.
|Details||Safety and Procedural Information||People|
|for your convenience:
If you are off-site, you'll need the password! Call (757) 269-6666 if you don't know it.
|The GeN Archive||Neutron Detector Information|
|Target Information||Cryogenic Control of the Gen01 Polarized Target|
|nDet Cabling Map (postscript), July 30 version
see also ~cdaq/gen/Documents for potential updates
|Scaler Channel Map (postscript), July 26 version|
|Empty & Carbon Runs (Q2=0.5)|
|Main Schedule Page||if you can't wait to swap, click here...||Check YOUR schedule!|
Important Contacts in the Accelerator Division
|Jlab: Procedures for Experiments, Nuclear Physics Program|
|Online Documentation for Running Hall-C||Duties of Gen01 Shift Personnel|
|Cryogenic Control of the Gen01 Polarized Target||Duties of Gen01 Run Coordinator|
Mailing ListsWe have 2 mailing lists relasting to Gen01 analysis; these links take you to their archives:
"Replay" of the Raw DataCode Package
Runtime setup, source code and compiled executables are available as tarball packages (all versions), or directly from the directory structure on the group disk at /group/e93026/analyzer/replay/ (potentially more up-to-date, see here for details). An overview of our replay is below.
How to Analyze the Data (offline) -- i.e. do a replay of the data
Instruction are available here.
Large-scale Replay using the Jlab BATCH FARM
and our super, automagic, do-it-all, easy-as-pie tool batchman is explained here.
For historical purposes only:
ONLINE replay Instructions
Details on the "official" Analysis, Progress and Results,are now at http://hallcweb.jlab.org/experiments/gen01/analysis.html
Analysis Replay -- Overview
Periodically, a fixed reference distribution is created, which is contained in a source and a runtime TARball, and some matching executables are pre-compiled for you to use. The different versions can be found here (use the latest unless there is a specific reason not to).
Batch setup & replay instructions including use of our exclusive BatchMan tool are available here.