Commit 69d1717a authored by Lennart Huth's avatar Lennart Huth
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added the new parameters to the readme

parent d0392227
......@@ -15,7 +15,8 @@ Clusters from the first plane in Z (named the seed plane) are related to cluster
* `exclude_dut`: Boolean to choose if the DUT plane is included in the track finding. Default value is `true`.
* `require_detectors`: Names of detectors which are required to have a cluster on the track. If a track does not have a cluster from all detectors listed here, it is rejected. If empty, no detector is required. Default is empty.
* `timestamp_from`: Defines the detector which provides the track timestamp. This detector also needs to be set as `required_detector`. If empty, the average timestamp of all clusters on the track will be used. Empty by default.
* `track_model`: Select the track model used for reconstruction. Defaults to
the only supported fit at the "straightline"
### Plots produced
* Track chi^2 histogram
* Track chi^2 /degrees of freedom histogram
......@@ -43,4 +44,5 @@ spatial_cut = 300um
timing_cut = 200ns
exclude_dut = true
require_detectors = "ExampleDetector_0", "ExampleDetector_1"
track_model = "straightline"
```
......@@ -11,6 +11,8 @@ This module performs track finding using only positional information (no timing
* `spatial_cut`: Cut on the maximum distance between the track and cluster for them to be considered associated. Default value is `200um`.
* `min_hits_on_track`: The minimum number of planes with clusters associated to a track for it to be stored. Default value is `6`.
* `exclude_dut`: Boolean to set if the DUT should be included in the track fitting. Default value is `true`.
* `track_model`: Select the track model used for reconstruction. Defaults to
the only supported fit at the "straightline"
### Plots produced
* Track chi^2 histogram
......@@ -30,4 +32,6 @@ Plots produced per device:
spatial_cut = 0.2mm
min_hits_on_track = 5
exclude_dut = true
track_model = "straightline"
```
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