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PH4100 MSci Major Projects - ATLAS ttH (H-bb)

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  The RHUL Particle Physics computer cluster (linappserv) uses the Linux operating system. An introduction to this system(Linux/Unix), including most of the commands you'll need for this project is given in slides 4-10 of this pdf file. An introduction to the most commonly used Linux commands is also available here.
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Editing files (using the emacs or vi editors)

 
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In this project you will be writing/editing C++ code very often. You can in principle use any ASCII text editor for this, but it is recommended that you use an editor that is C++ aware. One such editor (happens to be my favourite) is the Gnu Emacs editor. If you decide to use emacs here is a handy reference card with the main commands; you'll probably only ever need about 10 commands or so.
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In this project you will be writing/editing C++ code very often. You can in principle use any ASCII text editor for this, but it is recommended that you use an editor that is C++ aware. One such editor (happens to be my favourite) is the Gnu Emacs editor. If you decide to use emacs here is a handy reference card with the main commands; you'll probably only ever need about 10 commands or so. A simpler editor (which, like emacs, is also available on the RHUL Particle Physics linux computer cluster) is vi. There are many available online introductions to the vi editor: here is one.
 
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How to connect to the linappserv computer cluster from your laptop or from a PC in the Teaching Lab

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How to connect to the linappserv linux computer cluster from your laptop or from a PC in the Teaching Lab

  The most up-to-date instructions for this are normally on the web page of the PH4515 Statistical Data Analysis course (taught by Prof. Glen Cowan). The direct link to the instructions is here.
 
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