ucesb - unpack & check every single bit

Bridging the gap between DAQ systems and data analysis tools

This system can help to unpack event-wise experimental data from e.g. nuclear physics experiments, and provide easy access to the various data members, in form of hbook ntuple files, root trees, or plain C structures in any program via the network, but also in user functions or for quick viewing from the command line, see the picture to the right.

It can also create plots showing the correlation between data occurring in different detector channels, sometimes helpful to quickly verify that cabling schemes are correct, see the image to the left (with several planted faults).



Source

The source code is available through git:

git clone http://fy.chalmers.se/~f96hajo/ucesb/ucesb.git

The README file.


Documentation

The program/system is described in a write-up, acting both as a design document and a manual.

The write-up (.pdf) (preliminary version, 967 kB)

A slide-show presentation (.pdf) (2.2 MB).

Nice things said about UCESB.


Links

Shows & presentations
Nurdlib - readout library.
ntt - network torture tool - program to weed out non-hacking switches.
TRLO II - flexible FPGA trigger control.
drasi - data acquisition system.
ggland - command-line simulation wrapper.
Hunting Tools Beyond the Driplines - my PhD thesis.
The DAQ always runs - my licentiate thesis.
Return of the VAX

E-Mail: Håkan T. J. (f96hajo@chalmers.se)

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