A software for signal processing and data visualization
dataDisplay is a software tool developed for the
Virgo experiment of gravitational waves detection.
It aims at processing and visualizing data online and offline
to help commissioning and analysis of the Virgo interferometer.
It is mainly dedicated to reading the
frame format data of the
Virgo experiment, either
offline from disk, or online from a shared memory or an Ethernet connection.
It is a C/C++ code that uses the ROOT library functionalities.
This software is publicly available under GNU LICENSE terms.
Full documentation (for v10r9p1 and after)
dataDisplay video tutorials
- v10r9p1 (20 Mai 2018)
(libraries used Fr/v8r32 ,
- v10r9 (11 Dec 2017)
(libraries used Fr/v8r31 ,
- v10r8 (13 Jun 2017)
(use Fr/v8r31 ,
- v10r7p4 (25 Jan 2017)
(use Fr/v8r31 ,
- v10r7p2 (16 Nov 2016)
(use Fr/v8r28 ,
- v10r3p2 (10 June 2015)
(use Fr/v8r24 ,
- v9r12p19 (19 Nov 2013)
(use Fr/v8r21 ,
- v9r12p13 (9 Oct 2012)
(use Fr/v8r16 ,
Installation and compilation
First, you must have installed at least the following libraries:
Have also a look at the README file.
Once downloaded, the dataDisplay software can be installed by typing:
A directory v10r9 is created, which contains the source code in src
directory and compilation makefiles in mgr directory.
- gunzip v10r9.tar.gz
- tar xvf v0r9.tar
If you use the CMT package, go into the cmt directory, check the file "requirements"
and type "cmt config" and "cmt make".
Otherwise, go into the mgr directory and run the makefile according to your platform.
The "mgr" directory included in each version package contains the makefiles needed to compile
dataDisplay under Linux, MacOSX or sunOS platforms.
- gmake -f Makefile.VIRGO.linux.cxx6_nocm
Suffix _nocm means that the makefile creates a dataDisplay executable that will
not use the libraries Cm and CSet needed to run online in Virgo.
Thus, it will be able to take input frames only from files or shared memory.
VIRGO-LAPP home page ,
LAPP home page
Current developer: verkindt_at_lapp.in2p3.fr