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CMS event display

Post by oxodoes » Sun May 09, 2010 11:21 am

We all want a CMS event display....
So maybe petition is capable of convincing the CMS collaboration:
http://www.petitionvoice.com/cms-event- ... ition.html

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Re: CMS event display

Post by CharmQuark » Sun May 09, 2010 2:13 pm

I sent this to Chris through PM last night, sorry i should have said something :oops:
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Re: CMS event display

Post by CharmQuark » Fri May 14, 2010 6:29 pm

bumping up :thumbup:
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Re: CMS event display

Post by Bornerdogge » Mon May 17, 2010 7:24 pm

It's quite sad CMS doesn't give more information... Its twitter page and the e-commentary haven't been updated for more than a month! LHCb and Atlas have announced many particle re-discoveries, and CMS does only talk about them in a hard to find presentation...

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Re: CMS event display

Post by Kasuha » Mon May 17, 2010 9:33 pm

Well, the e-commentary was last updated on April 25, that's not a month yet. But yes, they've been better at it before.

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Re: CMS event display

Post by Harbles » Sat May 22, 2010 5:00 pm

You can sort of see events at the CMS by viewing the CMS DAQ Pie page http://cmsonline.cern.ch/daqStatusSCX/aDAQmon/Pie.jpg
Every refresh (~30 sec) the lower left corner changes through LHC Page1 and 2 event displays. If you ctrl + to enlarge the screen you can make out the info.

PS. if you use Meltronx daq panel http://meltronx.com/lhcdatawide/daq.html as a source it will auto update.

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Re: CMS event display

Post by OrangeAndBlue » Tue Feb 15, 2011 10:22 pm

Harbles wrote:You can sort of see events at the CMS by viewing the CMS DAQ Pie page http://cmsonline.cern.ch/daqStatusSCX/aDAQmon/Pie.jpg
Every refresh (~30 sec) the lower left corner changes through LHC Page1 and 2 event displays. If you ctrl + to enlarge the screen you can make out the info.

PS. if you use Meltronx daq panel http://www.acdcind.com/lhcdatawide/daq.html as a source it will auto update.
Still not good enough for those of us who would like to stay updated through social media, etc. As a high school student just gaining interest this would be the best place for a thing like this to start is in an online portal that is easy to understand. I feel like being more active in social media would be a good base for a person like me trying to learn.
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Re: CMS event display

Post by DCWhitworth » Wed Feb 16, 2011 9:47 am

OrangeAndBlue wrote:
Harbles wrote:You can sort of see events at the CMS by viewing the CMS DAQ Pie page http://cmsonline.cern.ch/daqStatusSCX/aDAQmon/Pie.jpg
Every refresh (~30 sec) the lower left corner changes through LHC Page1 and 2 event displays. If you ctrl + to enlarge the screen you can make out the info.

PS. if you use Meltronx daq panel http://www.acdcind.com/lhcdatawide/daq.html as a source it will auto update.
Still not good enough for those of us who would like to stay updated through social media, etc. As a high school student just gaining interest this would be the best place for a thing like this to start is in an online portal that is easy to understand. I feel like being more active in social media would be a good base for a person like me trying to learn.
You might want to look at this I think - http://twitter.com/lhcstatus realtime twitter posts of the Page 1 operator messages, of course there aren't much at the moment.

Alternatively there is this http://announcer.web.cern.ch/announcer/ a voice announcer for the LHC machine events.
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What about CMS FireworksLive ?

Post by 7holography » Fri Jun 03, 2011 9:03 am

Hye everyone,

The link about CMS FireworkLive died frozen since May 6 2011 : any one know why
or how it will be possible to reanimate it ?

any help welcome

Pierre

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Re: CMS event display

Post by alice » Tue Feb 26, 2013 11:52 am

yeah... CMS has not updated .. its pretty sad ..
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