[Halld-offline] Request for monitoring volunteers
sdobbs at fsu.edu
Thu Sep 6 14:06:42 EDT 2018
The monitoring plots for the launch are being generated, and we still have
a few slots available for data quality volunteers, so please let me know if
you can us a hand over the next week:
On Fri, Aug 31, 2018 at 10:26 AM Sean Dobbs <sdobbs at fsu.edu> wrote:
> Dear all,
> I've already had a few volunteers, but we could certainly use more!
> Please forward this request on to anyone (student or otherwise) who might
> be interested in helping out, but is not on this list.
> On Wed, Aug 29, 2018 at 1:58 PM Sean Dobbs <sdobbs at fsu.edu> wrote:
>> Dear all,
>> The first major monitoring launch over the full spring 2018 data is well
>> underway, so as we did last year, we are asking for volunteers to review
>> the monitoring results in addition to subdetector experts. Having some
>> extra pairs of eyes on the 2017 data helped greatly in verifying the data
>> quality and identifying bad runs, and was a good chance for new graduate
>> students to get involved with a small commitment of time.
>> I've added more details below, but if you are interested in this, please
>> send me an email identifying which subsystem you'd like to help with.
>> The procedure for monitoring each subdetector/system will be to compare
>> the monitoring plots which will be generated to a nominal "reference"
>> value. The list of plots to monitoring and the current reference are given
>> This is a first draft, so please let me know if any modifications should
>> be made.
>> The list of subsystems is given at this wiki link:
>> and reproduced below:
>> - *BCAL*:
>> - *CDC*:
>> - *FCAL*:
>> - *FDC*:
>> - *PS/PSC*:
>> - *TAGM*:
>> - *TAGH*:
>> - *TOF*:
>> - *SC*:
>> - *Timing*:
>> - *Analysis*:
>> There are ~600 runs, so please note any issues that you see in the
>> following portion of the wiki page:
>> An example of what was done for the 2017 data is given here:
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