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* [https://eicweb.phy.anl.gov/jlab/hallc/exp/polhe3/hallc_tutorial/blob/master/Exercise-01/README.md Setup/run replay on JLab farm]
 
* [https://eicweb.phy.anl.gov/jlab/hallc/exp/polhe3/hallc_tutorial/blob/master/Exercise-01/README.md Setup/run replay on JLab farm]
 
* [https://eicweb.phy.anl.gov/jlab/hallc/exp/polhe3/hallc_tutorial/tree/master Tutorial Exercises and HowTos]
 
* [https://eicweb.phy.anl.gov/jlab/hallc/exp/polhe3/hallc_tutorial/tree/master Tutorial Exercises and HowTos]
* TODO: Do minimal online analysis on CDAQ machines
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* TODO: Fill in instructions to set up stand-alone analyzer using the Pol 3He "setup"
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== General Analysis / Farm Notes ==
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* [https://redmine.jlab.org/projects/podd/wiki/Workshop2018 Joint Hall A & C Data Analysis Workshop June 2018]
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** In general, items with a (*) on that page denotes an interactive tutorial component.  If you login to [https://jlab.bluejeans.com/ "JLab" Bluejeans] you can view the recorded video sessions.
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* Review the following presentations from the 2018 workshop
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** [https://redmine.jlab.org/attachments/download/190/Computing_tools-tricks-Jun2018.pdf Farm Use and Computing Resources Tips and Tricks] -- Brad Sawatzky
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** [https://redmine.jlab.org/attachments/download/199/pooser_hcana.pdf Overview & Update of the Hall C Analyzer] -- Eric Pooser
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** [https://www.jlab.org/indico/event/296/session/11/contribution/12/material/slides/0.p Eric Pooser's talk] from the 2019 Hall C Winter Collab meeting is also very useful!
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* Then move on to the Tuesday 'Hall C' sessions starting with the git howto:
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** [https://redmine.jlab.org/attachments/download/203/Steve_Jun18_HallACWorkshop_git.pdf Effective Git use] (*) -- Steve Wood
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'''Folks really do need to understand how to work with git.'''  They should follow up on the tutorials/howtos Steve mentions in his talk before moving on.
  
 
== Farm / Disk Resources ==
 
== Farm / Disk Resources ==

Revision as of 13:18, 7 April 2020

Hall C analyzer documentation (Pol 3He Specific)

General Analysis / Farm Notes

  • Then move on to the Tuesday 'Hall C' sessions starting with the git howto:

Folks really do need to understand how to work with git. They should follow up on the tutorials/howtos Steve mentions in his talk before moving on.

Farm / Disk Resources

General info

  • unix group 'c-polhe3' -- general access control
    • If you can't access the Farm, or the disk space below, then email brads or saw to be added to the group!
  • Farm/Auger project: c-polhe3 -- run farm jobs using this Project

Disk Resources

  • /group/c-polhe3 directory (100GB quota)
  • /work/hallc/c-polhe3 directory (1 TB quota)
  • /volatile/hallc/c-polhe3 directory (2 TB quota, 1 TB guarantee)

Tape Stubs

  • /mss/hallc/c-polhe3/raw tape volume for raw CODA data -- this is where you will find the raw data files
  • /mss/hallc/c-polhe3/analysis tape volume for analysis output -- this is where you can store personal/analysis output