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Computentp, Neural Nets and MCLIMITS

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  The Neural Net was then configured to exclude events where: (m_failEvent & 196608)==1
with 196608=131072+65536.
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Creating plots to review the data

There is a simple shell script included in the running Neural Net code package that can produce a nice html document you can use to review a few plots of interest - plotTMVA.sh. To run it, move it into the run directory you want to review, then it's a simple one-line command:

./plotTMVA.sh 120 <run> <job> 

N.B. This is done automatically by genemflat currently.

 

Debugging the code

To debug the code, two things need to be done - first, all the debug switches need to be turned on, and then you need to restrict the number of events to ~10 (for a Computentp run this will still manage to generate a 2 GB log file!). All of these switches are found in teststeerFlatReaderATLAStthSemileptonic.txt (the progenitor for all FlatReader files). The debug switches are:

 
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