See the Release notes and/or the start-up information for tpm V3.2.
PadMonitor supports 8- and 10-bit data, in native mode or mapped onto the padplane, with or without zero-suppression. It can also display the pedestal run results, but it is necessary to filter these events from the data stream with an independent version of Staf.
PadMonitor can display only data from the data stream. It is up to the user to request the necessary tables through Run Control (before ``Getset''), choosing from amongst those available for a given run type.
Since MiniDAQ supports on-line pedestal subtraction, with the pedestals averaged over many events, it is best to subtract pedestals this way. However, an alternative scheme is outlined below.
To pedestal-subtract data within PadMonitor:
~staronl/tcl/wrk/macros/correct_data.kumacmacro. It will ask for:
To exit PadMonitor:
Written: October 7, 1996 by Nathan Stone
Last modified: May 25, 1997 by Susanna Jacobson and R.Bossingham
Roy Bossingham, LBNL