ATLAS Tools
This collection includes tools with which the ATLAS open data can be accessed and used.

ATLAS WPath 2015 Masterclass MINERVA Software

This java-based program can be used to view the event displays prepared for the Masterclasses W-Path. The package also includes dataset 2 of the 2015 Masterclasses W-Path datasets. (for Minerva version with dataset 2 only)

ATLAS Software for 2016 open data release

This is an Analysis Framework that is composed of a set of python macros with the objective to manage the reading and analysis of the samples of the 2016 open data release.

The Framework is divided into two main functionalities, with examples:

  • In the first part, a set of seven analysis examples, (W, Z, H and beyond SM analysis) has been included.
  • Those analysis are macros in python with defined cuts that produce a set of histograms.
  • The code is fully customisable by the user, like: samples to use, histograms to produce, the cuts to apply.

The second part of the framework, always in python, is responsable to take those histograms and produce plots in a final publication-style, with the correct normalisations, colours, legends and style in general.

  • The code is fully customisable too, leaving the opportunity to the user to select the samples to use, histograms to produce, style to apply.

ATLAS Virtual Machine Version S for 2016 open data release

This set of Virtual Machines (VM) allows you to obtain a computer environment that emulate as much as possible that one use for a particle physicist. Each VM contain ROOT as base software plus the Analysis Framework for the data analysis.

This customised set of Virtual Machines contains all the necessary pieces to perform analysis:

  • Samples
  • ROOT and its dependencies, C++ compilers, python support, jupiter libraries and others like dropbox client
  • Analysis Framework in python
  • ROOT Jupyter notebooks (ROOTbook) examples

In particular, VM-S for "small", it has a compressed size of ~4.6GB, and a uncompressed size of ~11GB. This contains a complete Scientific Linux OS 6.7, important software dependencies and the latest version of ROOT v6-07-06

ATLAS Virtual Machine Version M for 2016 open data release

This set of Virtual Machines (VM) allows you to obtain a computer environment that emulate as much as possible that one use for a particle physicist. Each VM contain ROOT as base software plus the Analysis Framework for the data analysis.

This customised set of Virtual Machines contains all the necessary pieces to perform analysis:

  • Samples
  • ROOT and its dependencies, C++ compilers, python support, jupiter libraries and others like dropbox client
  • Analysis Framework in python
  • ROOT Jupyter notebooks (ROOTbook) examples

In particular, VM-M for "medium", it has a compressed size of ~10.6GB, and a uncompressed size of ~22GB. This contains a complete Scientific Linux OS 6.7, important software dependencies, the latest version of ROOT v6-07-06 and the completed set of datasets of the ATLAS release (Data and MC)

ATLAS Virtual Machine Version N for 2016 open data release

This set of Virtual Machines (VM) allows you to obtain a computer environment that emulate as much as possible that one use for a particle physicist. Each VM contain ROOT as base software plus the Analysis Framework for the data analysis.

This customised set of Virtual Machines contains all the necessary pieces to perform analysis:

  • Samples
  • ROOT and its dependencies, C++ compilers, python support, jupiter libraries and others like dropbox client
  • Analysis Framework in python
  • ROOT Jupyter notebooks (ROOTbook) examples

In particular, VM-N for "NET" it has a compressed size of ~5.2GB, and a uncompressed size of ~17GB. This contains a complete Scientific Linux OS 6.7, important software dependencies and CVMFS access to public software repositories

ATLAS Virtual Machine Version μ for 2016 open data release

This set of Virtual Machines (VM) allows you to obtain a computer environment that emulate as much as possible that one use for a particle physicist. Each VM contain ROOT as base software plus the Analysis Framework for the data analysis.

This customised set of Virtual Machines contains all the necessary pieces to perform analysis:

  • Samples
  • ROOT and its dependencies, C++ compilers, python support, jupiter libraries and others like dropbox client
  • Analysis Framework in python
  • ROOT Jupyter notebooks (ROOTbook) examples

In particular, VM-μ for "micro" with unknown sizes yet, but much smaller that VM-N or VM-S. It will contain a Linux distribution with not graphical user interface