Here are some details on the "GRAND software Hands-On session" organised on Saturday, April 27.
The purprose of this session is to introduce participants to the GRAND software framework, and encourage more people to join the effort on code development, simulation production and data analysis.
The session will be organised around few micro-workshops, each with specific goals and different level of complexity. Micro-workshops will run in parralel and last for 1.5 hours. The 2x3.5 time slots dedicated to the hands-on session will therefore allow one participant to do 4 micro-workshops within the day.
Micro-workshops will be organised along the following topics:
* Getting familiar with software tools (items A, B and C of the hands-on poll). Here the aim will be: installing GRAND software and first steps with Python.
* Running radio simulations for GRAND (items D and E of the hands-on poll): ZhaireS, RadioMorphing (and CoReas)?
* GRAND signal analysis and reconstruction (items F and G of the hands-on poll): displaying and processing timetraces (filtering sampling, noise contribution)... Looking at the amplitude or polarization pattern at ground... Reconstructing shower direction
* TURTLE and DANTON (items I and J of the hands-on poll): advanced tools to handle topography and run neutrino simulation in GRAND.