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MUON Event display

This README file shows how to use both the old and new EVE event display for the MUON detector. The explained procedure is a complement to the visualisation of the full ALICE detector discussed on the ALICE Offline page, "Visualisation": http://aliceinfo.cern.ch/Offline/Activities/Visualisation/

# The old EVE event display

## Macros

Found in $ALICE_ROOT/EVE/macros and$ALICE_ROOT/EVE/macros.

• MUON_displaySimu.C , to be used with simulations (shows also reference tracks, Monte-Carlo tracks and hits)
• MUON_displayData.C , to be used with reconstructed raw data (with the option SAVEDIGITS in the reconstruction, "simulation" digits are also produced and can be visualized)
• alieve_init.C , initialisation of the EVE environment
• event_goto.C , navigation in the tree of events
• geom_gentle_muon.C , draws a "light" geometry of the MUON detector obtained from the sensitive volumes of all MUON chambers; the default geometry of the event display is made of contours of the chambers extracted from the mapping

## Usage

1. Launch the "alieve" executable
alieve

2. Load the following macros (.L macro.C)
alieve_init.C
event_goto.C
MUON_displayData.C
or
MUON_displaySimu.C
geom_gentle_muon.C

3. Initialize the EVE environment with your data
alieve_init("local://$ALICE_ROOT/OCDB","directory_to_data",event_number)  4. Display the current event MUON_displaySimu(0,0) - do not show tracks MUON_displaySimu(0,1) - show tracks MUON_displaySimu(1,0) - do not tracks, read digits from produced raw data MUON_displaySimu(1,1) - show tracks, read digits from produced raw data MUON_displayData(1,0) - do not show tracks MUON_displayData(1,1) - show tracks MUON_displayData(0,0) - do not show tracks, read the saved digits MUON_displayData(0,1) - show tracks, read the saved digits  5. Draw the "gentle" geometry (sensitive volumes) geom_gentle_muon()  6. Navigate in the event list event_goto(n)  7. Shift + right mouse button one a muon track opens the context menu (track and trigger information is available) 8. A new flag argument is added to the MUON_display macros for displaying the the clusters taken from the ESD (default), only those attached to the tracks, or from MUONRecPoints, all reconstructed clusters MUON_displaySimu(x,x,1) - clusters from ESD MUON_displaySimu(x,x,0) - clusters from rec points MUON_displayData(x,x,1) - clusters from ESD MUON_displayData(x,x,0) - clusters from rec points  # The new EVE event display ## Macros Found in$ALICE_ROOT/EVE/macros and $ALICE_ROOT/EVE/macros. • muon_init.C , to launch the new display (based on visscan_init.C) • muon_raw.C , display digits from raw data • muon_digits.C , display digits from MUON.Digits.root file • muon_clusters.C , display clusters from MUON.RecPoints.root file • esd_muon_tracks.C , display tracks, clusters attached to tracks and digits attached to clusters (if any) from ESD • muon_trackRefs.C , display simulated tracks and hits in the MUON chambers • kine_tracks.C , display all the simulated tracks • geom_gentle_muon.C , draws a "light" geometry of the MUON detector obtained from the sensitive volumes of all MUON chambers; the default geometry of the event display is made of contours of the chambers extracted from the mapping ## Usage 1. Launch the "alieve" executable alieve  2. Initialize the EVE environment with the path to the OCDB and your data. 1. Reading data locally: .x muon_init.C("local://$ALICE_ROOT/OCDB","directory_to_data")

.x muon_init.C("raw://","alien:///alice/data/2009/LHC09c/000084039/ESDs/pass1/09000084039008.10")