by Chiara Bianchin, Marta Verweij, Jochen Klein (Junior representatives) & Rosi Reed, Michael Weber, Satyajit Jena (Junior committee) . Published: 30 October 2014

After the great attendance of the recent analysis tutorials held at CERN, another edition was organized by the juniors' committee and the junior representatives. It was held on Thursday morning of the ALICE week in Primosten, Croatia. More than 30 people were present in the room and more than 30 joined remotely. We are grateful to the speakers who made the event possible by spending time on the preparation of talks and material.



First, Catalin-Lucian Ristea informed everybody on the procedures to prepare and request a Monte-Carlo production in ALICE. Dario Berzano followed with a walk through the documentation on debugging techniques within ALICE. Switching to physics, Raphaelle Bailhache explained the correction framework based on examples from the heavy-flavour electron and hadronic D meson analyses. Karel Safarik introduced us to the work of the statistics group and invited questions and participation. The session was concluded by a presentation of the LEGO train framework by Michael Weber.

As usual, all the presentations and material are available on the web. For the first time, we have also recorded the analysis tutorial (links on the ALICE web page under Analysis).

With the positive feedback and the good reception of the analysis tutorials, the series will be continued in the future. The topics shall be rotated and extended by new ones as the need arises. Please help us by taking the time to answer the survey (in indico). Comments and suggestions for topics and improvements are welcome at any time, feel free to contact us at: alice-junior-reps@cern.ch.