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* [https://bitbucket.org/tmidas/midas Git Repository]
 
* [https://bitbucket.org/tmidas/midas Git Repository]
 
* Wiki Documentation
 
* Wiki Documentation
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= About =
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MIDAS is a modern data acquisition system developed at PSI and TRIUMF. Supported hardware includes VME, Fastbus, CAMAC, RS232, GPIB, USB, ethernet, fiber optic and MSCB attached data acquisition devices. MIDAS is written in C/C++ and runs on Linux, MacOS and MS Windows. It is licensed under the GPL.
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= Links =
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* http://midas.psi.ch/ - main MIDAS page
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* http://midas.psi.ch/download.html - download instructions (use svn checkout)
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* https://ladd00.triumf.ca/elog/Midas - MIDAS discussion forum
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* https://savannah.psi.ch/viewvc/meg_midas/trunk/ - MIDAS SVN repository (PSI)
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* http://ladd00.triumf.ca/~daqweb/doc/midas/html/ - MIDAS documentation (TRIUMF)
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* http://midas.psi.ch/download - historical files collection (PSI)
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* http://ladd00.triumf.ca/~daqweb/ftp/ - historical files collection (TRIUMF)
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* [[aroundworld|MIDAS around the world]]
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= Related packages =
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* [[ROOT]] - data analysis package from CERN
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* [[ROOTANA]] - ROOT-based analyzer for MIDAS
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* [[ROODY]] - viewer for online histograms
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* http://midas.psi.ch/rome/ - MEG/PSI data analysis package
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= TRIUMF resources =
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* [[Setup_MIDAS_experiment|MIDAS installation instructions for TRIUMF experiments]]
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* [[mhformat|Format of MIDAS history files]]

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Midas

MIDAS is a Data Acquisition Software package used in nuclear and particle physics.

About

MIDAS is a modern data acquisition system developed at PSI and TRIUMF. Supported hardware includes VME, Fastbus, CAMAC, RS232, GPIB, USB, ethernet, fiber optic and MSCB attached data acquisition devices. MIDAS is written in C/C++ and runs on Linux, MacOS and MS Windows. It is licensed under the GPL.

Links

Related packages

TRIUMF resources