This page and the links should help you using the CALICE software package for HCAL studies in FLC group at DESY.
If any documentation for calice software is missing here, please send an email to Shaojun Lu. The required documentation will be created, or a link will be provided here.
Computing at FLC and DESY
You may need some computing resouce access permit. The following information will help you to prepare your personal account, certificate, and storage space.
- Computing at FLC and DESY
- GRID certificate and Virtual Organisation (VO)
- National Analysis Facility (NAF)
CALICE software at DESY
The following links will help you on getting start an analysis job with pre-installed CALICE software at DESY. And the basic knowledge about the CALICE software.
- Using the preinstalled CALICE software
- How to install CALICE software locally
- Documentation of calice_pro_test (Doxygen)
- CALICE software SVN repositories (development history and daily update)
- Online git repositories (DESY local)
- CALICE Marlin processors overview
- CALICE software release news
CALICE analysis tips
- HCAL reconstruction algorithm
- HCAL prototype geometry
- Run list: CERN 2006/2007 and FNAL 2008/2009
- Run list: CERN WHCAL 2010/2011
- CALICE eLogbook (for all run number and online opration history)
CALICE condition database
- CALICE condition databse viewer
- HCAL MIP calibration and tags overview
- HCAL Gain and tags overview
- HCAL Electronics Intercalibration and tags overview
CALICE Simulation and digitization
- Mokka officical site
- Mokka Detector Model Database Browser
- Description of the Analog HCAL Prototype in Mokka
- Generate CALICE events with Mokka
- Digitization CALICE events generated with Mokka
Software development documentation
- How to use git
- Git tutorial
- Every day git
- How to use Doxygen
- How to write CMake scripts
- Version Control with Subversion
Wiki documentationCALICE software is given on the CALICE Wiki pages.
It is a wiki, so everybody working on HCAL simulation, digitization, or reconstruction is welcome to contribute.
The ILC software
can be found on the main ILC software portal
MonteCarlo simulations of testbeam data can be found with our database browser, or with the CALICE wiki pages