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>> Hello, >> I have a problem about extend example named fanoCavity2 which used histogram to analyse data. Before I compile it, >> I have installed the AIDA implementation "AIDA-JNI" and "JAIDA" as 7th instruction mentioned in its readme file. >> However, I can't get the histogram still. What's the reason? How to cope with it?
Note that, by default, histograms are disabled. To activate them, uncomment the flag G4ANALYSIS_USE in GNUmakefile.
Did you that before to compile ?
>> And I try to install the PI implementation, but I don't know how to set the environment(on the web site, there said >> only need to set the environment). Could you give me a detail instruction about it? My verion of PI is PI_1_3_12 and it >> is released in d:/PI. My system is windows+cygwin. >> Thank you very much. Please forgive my poor English. >>
If you have ROOT or cernlib/paw already installed, an alternative to PI or JAIDA is to use the AIDA part of OpenScientist
Here is the last part of the #249 of this forum :
I confirm Jean-Etienne Sauvestre experience. Under Scientific Linux, download binaries from : http://openscientist.lal.in2p3.fr/download.
Download and gunzip : http://openscientist.lal.in2p3.fr/download/16.0/osc_batch-v16r0-Linux-i386-gcc_323.zip
Installation: prompt%> cd osc_batch/v16r0 prompt%> ./install prompt%> source aida-setup.csh
OpenScientist batch is a small package ( ~ 6MB), easy to install. It is a reasonable alternative to PI for those which have ROOT and/or PAW already installed. Jean Jacquemier
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