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This page gives
access to two ATLAS tools. Acces is restricted to members of the ATLAS collaboration
CHECK YOUR AMI/TC ACCOUNT STATUS USING THE ACCOUNT VALIDATION FUNCTION . (Still having problems? )
The Tag Collector
software release management.
AMI Dataset Search
of ATLAS real and
overview of all the datasets catalogued in
simplest way of searching if you know most of the dataset name.
(fast) or keyword (longer, because many fields are searched). This page also acceses the configuration tag
interpretation and comparaison.
hierarchical dataset browser search lets you set search criteria
on some selected fields. N.B. By default AMI hides datasets which
are deleted or known to be bad, this can be disabled when you use
the advanced search.
- Once you get your results, you can
refine them, either by using the selection functions attached to the
columns of your result set, or by going to the powerful "Refine
Query " interface. If you are new to databases and SQL, we advise
you to work through the tutorial
before using the "Refine Query" functions. We can also provide
bookmarks to complex queries on demand.
- pyAMI version 4 documenation
- May 2012 : The AMI interface for listing and defining MC production camapaigns is on line. (User Guide) (PDF version)
- March 2012 : AMI has been upgraded to ORACLE 11
- February 2012 : atlasmeta : a new version of pyAMI, available as a standalone version, on lxplux or downloadable. It will be the basis for pyAMI-04-00-00. This work was done by a user (Noel Dawe).
- December 2011 : Refactorisation of the code to calculate the states of Containers. This code uses the information sent by DQ2 to AMI about TID dataset registration.
More details are here ( PDF version))
- October 2011 :
The pyAMI user guide has been updated in preparation for the introduction of VOMS authentication.
user guide. (PDF version)
- October 2011 : ATLAS computing performance browser. Tracking event size wrt. release and stream. This is a graphic application built on data stored in AMI.
- September 2011 : A page for tracking reprocessing
errors.. Choose your period, then select stream(s) and reprocessing tag to track event counts for ESD, AOD and TAG datasets.
- March 2011 : Definition
of Data Periods - An new interface which uses AMI to enter the
definition of Data Periods in the COMA
- Document about Data Periods in COMA/AMI including pyAMI
commands for extraction of Data Period information. HTML or PDF
- How to make links to AMI
- You will find links to our tutorials
(fast track tutorial)in the left hand vertical menu. The complete
tutorial takes about 90 minutes.
last update = 2012-04-10