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=Rebinning via Energy Calibration=
 
=Rebinning via Energy Calibration=
  
<big>'''Regarding use of 4096 channel peak sensing ADC'''</big>
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<big>'''Regarding use of 4096 channel peak sensing ADC and DAQ2'''</big>
* Creates an array 4097 entries long to be used for bin edges
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* Open terminal window.
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* source ROOT.
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source ~/src/ROOT/v6.20/builddir/bin/thisroot.csh
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* Open ROOT and attach the root file you want.
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root -l r####.root
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* Create an array 4097 entries long to be used for bin edges.
  
 
  double bins[4097];
 
  double bins[4097];
  
* Opens a for loop for bin creation  
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* Open a for loop for bin creation.
 
  for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
 
  for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
  
* Fills arrays with values for bin edges using the energy calibration fit for HPGe detector
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* Fill the array with values for bin edges using the energy calibration fit for HPGe detector. I used ''i*i'' here instead of ''i<sup>2</sup>(i**2)'' because the ROOT interpreter doesn't seem to enjoy proper math formulation.
 
  bins[i] =  i*i*(-0.000000861277) + i*(0.449519)-36.2928;
 
  bins[i] =  i*i*(-0.000000861277) + i*(0.449519)-36.2928;
  
* Cout statement to print bin edges to the terminal window as for loop is processing
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bins[i] =  i*i*(-0.000000777206) + i*(0.44862)-36.0378; -> new
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* Cout statement to print bin edges to the terminal window as for loop is processing.
 
  cout << bins[i] << endl;
 
  cout << bins[i] << endl;
  
* Closes the for loop and begins evaluation
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* Closes the for loop and begins evaluation.
 
  }  
 
  }  
  
At this point you should have an array filled with values for bin edges. Note that channel zero is now mapped to ~ -36KeV
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At this point you should have an array filled with values for bin edges. Note that channel zero is now mapped to ~ -36KeV.
  
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=Creating a Histogram Using bins[i]=
  
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* Initialize the histogram you want to use. The value ''4096'' is found by ''(length of array) - 1'', or alternatively, the length of the array is ''Total ADC Channels + 1''.
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TH1F Gd_In = TH1F("Gd_In","",4096,bins)
  
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* Project the stored data from the ROOT TTree into the histogram using the same calibration used for binning. The ROOT TTree was named PAA in my case and the name of my histogram is Gd_In. I also pulled the data from channel 9 of the ADC and used a quadratic energy calibration to map from channel number to KeV.
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PAA->Project("Gd_In","-36.2928+0.449519*(PADC.PADC785N[9])-0.000000861277*(PADC.PADC785N[9])*(PADC.PADC785N[9])");
  
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* You can no longer use the Gd_In->Draw(); command, but instead have to use Gd_In.Draw(); This is due to the histogram not being a pointer.
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Gd_In.Draw();
  
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=Plot Example=
  
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[[File:badplotrebinned.png|thumb|none]]
  
 
=Debugging=
 
=Debugging=
  
Error: Bins must be in increasing order  
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'''Error: Bins must be in increasing order'''
  
This error was thrown by having an integer at +1 the value it should have been at when making the histogram. The following should allow you to find bins that are at a lower value than the previous
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This error was thrown by having an integer at +1 the value it should have been at when making the histogram. The following should allow you to find bins that are at a lower value than the previous. This for loop will parse through the entire bins array and print the bins
  
 
  for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
 
  for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
  if(bins[i]>=bins[i+1]){cout << bin[i] << endl;
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  if(bins[i]>=bins[i+1]){cout << i  <<"    " << bins[i] <<"    " << bins[i+1] << endl;
 
  }
 
  }
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[[PAS Feasibility Study Runs]]
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[[PAS Experiment]]

Latest revision as of 17:53, 28 September 2021

Rebinning via Energy Calibration

Regarding use of 4096 channel peak sensing ADC and DAQ2

  • Open terminal window.
  • source ROOT.
source ~/src/ROOT/v6.20/builddir/bin/thisroot.csh
  • Open ROOT and attach the root file you want.
root -l r####.root
  • Create an array 4097 entries long to be used for bin edges.
double bins[4097];
  • Open a for loop for bin creation.
for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
  • Fill the array with values for bin edges using the energy calibration fit for HPGe detector. I used i*i here instead of i2(i**2) because the ROOT interpreter doesn't seem to enjoy proper math formulation.
bins[i] =  i*i*(-0.000000861277) + i*(0.449519)-36.2928;
bins[i] =  i*i*(-0.000000777206) + i*(0.44862)-36.0378; -> new
  • Cout statement to print bin edges to the terminal window as for loop is processing.
cout << bins[i] << endl;
  • Closes the for loop and begins evaluation.
} 

At this point you should have an array filled with values for bin edges. Note that channel zero is now mapped to ~ -36KeV.

Creating a Histogram Using bins[i]

  • Initialize the histogram you want to use. The value 4096 is found by (length of array) - 1, or alternatively, the length of the array is Total ADC Channels + 1.
TH1F Gd_In = TH1F("Gd_In","",4096,bins)
  • Project the stored data from the ROOT TTree into the histogram using the same calibration used for binning. The ROOT TTree was named PAA in my case and the name of my histogram is Gd_In. I also pulled the data from channel 9 of the ADC and used a quadratic energy calibration to map from channel number to KeV.
PAA->Project("Gd_In","-36.2928+0.449519*(PADC.PADC785N[9])-0.000000861277*(PADC.PADC785N[9])*(PADC.PADC785N[9])");
  • You can no longer use the Gd_In->Draw(); command, but instead have to use Gd_In.Draw(); This is due to the histogram not being a pointer.
Gd_In.Draw();

Plot Example

Badplotrebinned.png

Debugging

Error: Bins must be in increasing order

This error was thrown by having an integer at +1 the value it should have been at when making the histogram. The following should allow you to find bins that are at a lower value than the previous. This for loop will parse through the entire bins array and print the bins

for(int i=0; i<=4096; i++){
if(bins[i]>=bins[i+1]){cout << i  <<"    " << bins[i] <<"     " << bins[i+1] << endl;
}



PAS Experiment