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Closing Remarks


Teaching: 5 min
Exercises: 0 min
  • Are you fortified with enough information to start your event analysis?

  • Reflect on the days of learning.

Closing Remarks

Video Session

The session was video captured for your asynchronous review. The video from the full two day training in May 2022 is provided here as a reference.

Two Days of Training Collapsed into One-Half Day

The instruction in this half day version of the DUNE computing workshop was provided by several experienced physicists and is based on years of experience.

The secure access to Fermilab computing systems and a familiarity with data storage are key components.

Data management and event processing tools were described and modeled.

Art and LArSoft were introduced, with an examples of workflows so analyzers can know how to make their own module.

Protocols for efficient job submission and monitoring has been demonstrated.

We are thankful for the instructor’s hard work, and for the numerous participants who joined.

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Long Term Support

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Key Points

  • The DUNE Computing Consortium has presented this workshop so as to broaden the use of software tools used for analysis.