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  • FreeHEP JAIDA JMinuit - About
    JMinuit Parent Project FreeHEP JAIDA POM Project Documentation Project Information About Project Team Dependency Information Dependency Management Project Plugins Continuous Integration Issue Tracking Source Repository Dependency Convergence Project License Plugin Management Distribution Management Project Summary Mailing Lists Dependencies About FreeHEP

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/jaida-pom/freehep-jaida-jminuit/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-mcfio - FreeHEP MCFIO
    API Doc Jar File s Dependencies Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Code Introduction An implementation of the Fermilab MCFIO package This package is used as the basis for reading and writing stdhep files The current Java implementation supports reading and writing MCFIO files It is designed to be completely compatible with the C implementation Files written using the C implementation should be readable using Java and vice versa Currently

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep-mcfio/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-parameterdatabase - FreeHEP Parameter and Settings Database
    13 0 4 FreeHEP JAS WIRED General Introduction License Team User Info Summary API Doc Jar File s Dependencies Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Code Introduction In memory database of parameters and settings Also comes with a set of

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/base/freehep-parameterdatabase/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-physics - FreeHEP Physics
    Summary API Doc Jar File s Dependencies Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Code Physics A collection of High Energy Physics related classes including 3 and 4 vectors simple matrices particles and events partcile properties and jet finding This library

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep-physics/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-psviewer - FreeHEP PostScript Viewer
    Info Summary API Doc Jar File s Release Notes Dependencies Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Code Introduction The PS Viewer is a Level 2 PostScript interpreter which can be used as a stand alone Encapsulated PostScript viewer or it

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep-psviewer/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-record - FreeHEP Record
    Introduction License Team User Info Summary API Doc Jar File s Dependencies Forum Bug Reports Developer Info Source Code Introduction FreeHEP Record Manipulation Library The library provides a framework for use by applications that need to fetch records from data

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/base/freehep-record/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-rootio - FreeHEP ROOTIO
    to open any Root file and look at all the objects inside the file If you already have Java 2 installed JDK 1 3 you can download the root jar file containing the application and run it using the command java jar root jar on Windows you can just double click on the root jar file A screen shot of the application is show below The pane on the left shows the directory structure of the file The object browser knows how to navigate directories TDirectories trees TTrees and TBranches and these will all be shown in the left pane Clicking on any object in the left pane will cause the details of the object to be shown in the right pane The right pane knows how to follow embedded pointers to other objects It is a good idea to try out the Object Browser on any root file you are interested in using before trying any of the examples below If the Object Browser is not able to display your file correctly then you have probably discovered a bug in the Java package and should report it It is unlikely any of the following example programs will work if the object browser does not work Reading Root files in Java Analysis Studio This is now covered in a separate document Using Root IO in your own Java Programs Before running any of these examples make sure you have root jar in your CLASSPATH by typing something like set CLASSPATH root jar windows setenv CLASSPATH root jar unix csh Opening a Root file and Accessing a Histogram This example requires the file Example root file which you can download here Root files can contain many objects each referenced by a key TKey To access a particular object you must know its key You can use the RootObjectBrowser described above to browse the contents of a file and discover what keys are contained in it In this example we access the Histogram whose key is mainHistogram import hep io root import hep io root interfaces import java io IOException public class RootTest public static void main String argv throws IOException RootFileReader rfr new RootFileReader Example root TKey key rfr getKey mainHistogram TH1 histogram TH1 key getObject double entries histogram getEntries System out println entries entries examples RootTest java To compile and run this example just issue the commands javac RootTest java java RootTest A more interesting example which actually displays histograms is also available Reading User Defined Objects This example requires that your have the file Moy root file which you can download here Before reading the file you must first use the Interface Builder to create the Java Interface for the user defined objects contained in your file To do this run the following command java hep io root util InterfaceBuilder Moy root This should create a file hep io root interfaces Moyennes java The sub directories follow Java s normal convention of putting source files into subdirectories corresponding to

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep-rootio/index.html (2016-02-10)
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  • freehep-stdhep - FreeHEP STDHep
    implementation of the stdhep event format Note this package does not attempt to provide an OO abstraction for the event data It is stored and retrieved in a fashion very analogous to the original stdhep common block although without fixed size limitations This is a deliberate choice since It does not introduce a dependency between this package and any particular event representation It gives maximum performance The package has been

    Original URL path: http://java.freehep.org/freehep-stdhep/index.html (2016-02-10)
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