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* Shift personnel should frequently make HALOG entries.
 
* Shift personnel should frequently make HALOG entries.
* Typical relevant information is (but not limited to) shift plans and activities, details of each run, relay of communications with MCC/run coordinators/other Halls, online data analysis updates, target updates, any observations from monitorring of data quality or detector/target/beam systems.
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* Typical relevant information is (but not limited to):
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** shift plans and activities;
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** details of each run;
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** relay of communications with MCC/run coordinators/other Halls;
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** online data analysis updates;
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** target updates (more info on important information is found in the relevant target section of the how-to pages);
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** any observations from monitorring of data quality or detector/target/beam systems.
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* Please note, entries in HALOG are also automatically created by CODA at the start and end of every run, but this does not contain information about the run/beam/target conditions etc.
 
* Please note, entries in HALOG are also automatically created by CODA at the start and end of every run, but this does not contain information about the run/beam/target conditions etc.
  

Latest revision as of 07:57, 25 June 2021

Back to How-To

  • Shift personnel should frequently make HALOG entries.
  • Typical relevant information is (but not limited to):
    • shift plans and activities;
    • details of each run;
    • relay of communications with MCC/run coordinators/other Halls;
    • online data analysis updates;
    • target updates (more info on important information is found in the relevant target section of the how-to pages);
    • any observations from monitorring of data quality or detector/target/beam systems.
  • Please note, entries in HALOG are also automatically created by CODA at the start and end of every run, but this does not contain information about the run/beam/target conditions etc.
  • HALOG entries can be made either via a terminal or the web interface.


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