The aLIGO-style summary webpages are now running on 40m data! They are running on megatron so can be viewed from within the martian network at:
At the moment I have configured the 5 seismic BLRMS bands, and a random set of PSL channels taken from a strip tool.
Since there are no segments or triggers for C1, the only data sources are GWF frames. These are mounted from the framebuilder under /frames on megatron. There is a python script that takes in a pair of GPS times and a frame type that will locate the frames for you. This is how you use it to find T type frames (second trends) for May 25 2012:
python /home/controls/public_html/summary/bin/framecache.py --ifo C1 --gps-start-time 1021939215 --gps-end-time 1022025615 --type T -o framecache.lcf
If you don't have GPS times, you can use the tconvert tool to generate them
$ tconvert May 25
$ tconvert May 25
The available frame types, as far as I'm aware are R (raw), T (seconds trends), and M (minute trends).
The code is designed to be fairly easy to use, with most of the options set in the ini file. The code has three modes - day, month, or GPS start-stop pair. The month mode is a little sketchy so don't expect too much from it. To run in day mode:
python /home/controls/public_html/summary/bin/summary_page.py --ifo C1 --config-file /home/controls/public_html/summary/share/c1_summary_page.ini --output-dir . --verbose --data-cache framecache.lcf -SRQDUTAZBVCXH --day 20120525
Please forgive the large apparently arbitrary collection of letters, since the 40m doesn't use segments or triggers, these options disable processing of these elements, and there are quite a few of them. They correspond to --skip-something options in long form. To see all the options, run
python /home/controls/public_html/summary/bin/summary_page.py --help
There is also a convenient shell script that will run over today's data in day mode, doing everything for you. This will run framecache.py to find the frames, then run summary_page.py to generate the results in the correct output directory. To use this, run
Different data tabs are disabled via command link --skip-this-tab style options, but the content of tabs is controlled via the ini file. I'll try to give an overview of how to use these. The only configuration required for the Seismic BLRMS 0.1-0.3 Hz tab is the following section:
[data-Seismic 0.1-0.3 Hz]
channels = C1:PEM-RMS_STS1X_0p1_0p3,C1:PEM-RMS_STS1Y_0p1_0p3,C1:PEM-RMS_STS1Z_0p1_0p3
labels = STS1X,STS1Y,STS1Z
frame-type = R
amplitude-log = True
amplitude-lim = 1,500
amplitude-label = BLRMS motion ($\mu$m/s)
The entries can be explained as follows:
Other compatible options not used in this example are:
At the moment a package version issue means the spectrogram doesn't work, but the spectrum should. At the time of writing, to use the spectrum simple add 'plot-dataplot2'.
You can view the configuration file within the webpage via the 'About' link off any page.
Please e-mail any suggestions/complaints/praise to firstname.lastname@example.org.