@lemouth invited us in citizen science adventure on Hive:
Pour les lecteurs en français, la version française du post d'introduction est ici:
Mon présent post est en anglais mais facile à comprendre, au pire google traduction devrait s'en sortir...
The first phase consisted in installing the necessary tools in a Linux environment and testing them. You can see the procedure here:
My post on the report of this first step is here:
For the second step which I report here, I invite you to read the post explaining the different tasks to accomplish, I will show for my part their realization.
I launched my Ubuntu linux environment under VirtualBox and navigated to the "MG5_aMC_v2_9_9" folder where I opened a terminal.
Then I typed in the terminal "./bin/mg5_aMC" to launch the MG5aMC tool.
Then I ran the command "generate p p > t t~"
And to finish this first task I entered the command "display diagrams" which generated this:
In the terminal I entered the command "output step2", step2 being the name I chose, you will choose yours.
The following files have been created:
In the MG5aMC software I enter the command "launch step2" (you have to replace step2 by the name you have chosen) and I arrive at a menu, you will have to type 1 then enter and 4 then enter to get this result:
Then I hit enter to get to another menu:
Here we enter the choice 2 then enter to edit the configuration file and change in the line 129 "True" in "False", I had some difficulties with the editor but I succeeded.
Then the simulation starts when you press the enter key:
Here we check that everything has gone well:
And by going into my folder
and entering the command
I check that a big file named "tag_1_pythia8_events.hepmc.gz" has been created.
We are done for this step of the citizen science adventure on Hive.
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