This web page summarises the material used for the intercollegiate lectures that are available for download. The lecture notes and tutorial material are all accesible via the links below. A brief sysnopsis is available here.
If you have any questions or comments on this page and its content, please let me know.
|Section||Summary of content||Slides and documents|
|UNIX & Scripting||Very brief introduction on unix and common UNIX commands.
Introductory scripting using shell (bash) scripting as an example.
Old, more complete, unix slides: more unix
|Slides: Lecture 1, Lecture 2
On scripting: lecture-2 examples
|Python||Introductory scripting with python.
Files for the interactive part of the lecture: file.txt and years.txt
|Slides: Lectures 3&4
Python scripting: examples
|ROOT||Introductory notes on the use of ROOT, along with a simple Monte Carlo simulated data analysis problem to solve.||Slides: Lectures 5&6
Macros: root examples
The above material will be delivered in three sessions of 2 hours. The tutorial material that can be downloaded is not assesed. If anyone has questions about, or problems with any of the material, please contact me via the e-mail address below.
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|Maintained by Marcella Bona.||Last updated on 31-Oct-2016|