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To Start & Overview

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  The next step is to take one of your no doubt already existing analysis programs, and strip it down so all it does it create plots of basic things like the, et spectrum, eta spectrum, and invariant mass, as an example. Apply no cuts, as you just want to see what the sample looks like. Save these plots, and include them with all the other information that you will eventually upload.
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Important! When the job finishes running, you will be left with a number of log files, namely csc_evgen08.log and csc_genAtlfast.log, you will want to keep these files as they contain all of your cross section information!!! Also remember to take note of the event generator efficiency, which is usually set to about 0.90, and can be found on the last line of your joboptions file usually. You will also want to look through them to see exactly what version of Pythia you are using, if you haven't taken note of it before now.
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Important! When the job finishes running, you will be left with a number of log files, namely csc_evgen08.log and csc_genAtlfast.log, or EvgenCorrAtlfast_trf.log for MC09, you will want to keep these files as they contain all of your cross section information!!! Also remember to take note of the event generator efficiency, which is usually set to about 0.90, and can be found on the last line of your joboptions file usually. You will also want to look through them to see exactly what version of Pythia you are using, if you haven't taken note of it before now.
 

Finishing up

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 Now all that's left to do is send all of this information, along with the joboptions file(s), and a link to the Twiki page along to your MC Production representative, and everything should be taken out of your hands from there!
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