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Here are a few options showing how to run wjet_mcfm.py code over data in the ProMC file format. This example is given for validation purposes. For a full analysis, download data with the "hs-get" command. See the HepSim manual explaining how to run a C++ code.

(1) Using JavaWeb start

            Launch using JavaWeb

Does not run? Look at help: Help on JavaWeb Help page


(2) Using the hs-toolkit package in a GUI mode

       hs-ide http://mc.hep.anl.gov/asc/hepsim/events/pp/8tev/wjet_mcfm/macros/wjet_mcfm.py 
On Windows OS, click "hs-ide.bat" instead and open the file using "File-Open".


(3) Using the hs-toolkit in a batch mode:

       wget http://mc.hep.anl.gov/asc/hepsim/events/pp/8tev/wjet_mcfm/macros/wjet_mcfm.py 
       hs-run wjet_mcfm.py 


(4) Using Jas4pp in a batch mode

       wget http://mc.hep.anl.gov/asc/hepsim/events/pp/8tev/wjet_mcfm/macros/wjet_mcfm.py 
       fpad wjet_mcfm.py 


(5) Using Jas4pp in a GUI mode

       wget http://mc.hep.anl.gov/asc/hepsim/events/pp/8tev/wjet_mcfm/macros/wjet_mcfm.py 
       jaspp wjet_mcfm.py 
On Windows OS, click "jaspp.bat" instead and open the script using the File Menu of Jas4pp. Use the right mouse button to pop-up a drop-down menu and select "Run Script [F2]"


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