This is a self-guided week-long tutorial series designed to familiarise ATLAS members with the basics of ATLAS analysis software and the latest physics analysis tools.
This page gathers several recorded lectures and accompanying slides each focusing on a separate topic.
This week of tutorials requires that participants be familiar with some computing basics. We will be working in a linux terminal and writing code in C++ and python. It is important that you have some working knowledge of these tools before you attend the software tutorial
The HEP Software Foundation and Software Carpentry have compiled some excellent resources that can help get you up to speed:
To accommodate different timezones, availability, and travel restrictions, lectures are provided as recorded videos. The slides for each video are also available. In order to access these videos, you must be logged in with your CERN account. Once you log in for one video, refresh the page and all videos should be available.
Captioning has also been provided for most videos. To turn on captions, simply click the subtitles icon near the bottom right of the video once it starts playing, then click the slider labelled En.
Do you have some questions or feedback about the tutorial resources? Please send a message to atlas-sw-tutors-organisers AT cern.ch