In either .../scripts/XARM or ...../scripts/YARM run either A2L_XARM or A2L_YARM.
The wrapper script will, like the MC script, open a striptool so you can monitor the lockin outputs, setup the measurement, run the measurement, including misbalancing coils on the optics for calibration, and then calculates the spot positions. It records the measurement in a log file in /data_spotMeasurements under each arm's directory. The wrapper script then runs the plotting script which reads the logfile, and plots all past measurements.
Here is that plot for the Yarm:
The first two points were measured within a few minutes of eachother, the third set of points was after input pointing adjustment during IFO alignment. Clearly the pointing that optimized the cavity transmission (trying to leave the test mass mirrors alone, and only moving TT1 and TT2) does not also give the best spot centering. I claim that this is a result of the arm being aligned to the green beam, which was never locked to the 00 mode when we were at air. This is a lesson learned....take the time to deal with the green beams.