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Hall C is develping a new event analysis tool to analyze data from the HMS, SHMS and SOS spectrometers in Hall C.  It is being developed to replace the historical Hall C analyzer, ENGINE, which was written in Fortran.  The new software, hcana, is written in C++ and is an extension of the Hall A analyzer, podd, which uses the CERN ROOT framework.   
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Hall C has developed a new event analysis tool to analyze data from the HMS, SHMS and SOS spectrometers in Hall C for the 12 GeV program.  It has replaced the historical Hall C analyzer, ENGINE, which was written in Fortran.  The new software, hcana, is written in C++ and is an extension of the Hall A analyzer, podd, which uses the CERN ROOT framework.   
  
 
Information on downloading, compiling and running the new analyzer can be found at:
 
Information on downloading, compiling and running the new analyzer can be found at:

Revision as of 10:20, 23 September 2019

Hall C has developed a new event analysis tool to analyze data from the HMS, SHMS and SOS spectrometers in Hall C for the 12 GeV program. It has replaced the historical Hall C analyzer, ENGINE, which was written in Fortran. The new software, hcana, is written in C++ and is an extension of the Hall A analyzer, podd, which uses the CERN ROOT framework.

Information on downloading, compiling and running the new analyzer can be found at:

ROOT Analyzer/Notes contains notes and random thoughts about the development of hcana.

The Hall C ROOT/C++ HCANA analyzer Doxygen

The Hall A ROOT/C++ PODD analyzer Doxygen documentation

Old Hall C Analyzer Documentation