G. Mazzitelli, F. Murtas, P. Valente (LNF-INFN)
The KLOE experiment at DAPHNE, the Frascati phi-factory, designed to measure the epsilon'/epsilon ratio began preliminary taking data in the Fall of 1999.
A large database structure, which logs information coming both from the DAPHNE control system  and the KLOE slow control  and data acquisition systems , has been developed. Data from detector monitoring, online event processing and machine operating conditions are collected, integrated, stored and made easily accessible for online and offline analysis by means of Web tools and histogramming tools.
The system allows powerful real-time data correlations which are necessary for the ongoing program of luminosity and background improvements.
Data flow and handling processes are presented.
 G. Di Pirro, G. Mazzitelli, A. Stecchi, 'Data Handling Tools at DAFNE', presented at EPAC2000, 26-30 June 2000, Wien, Austria, LNF-00/021 (P).
 A. Cardini et al., 'The KLOE Slow Control System', KLOE memo 206 (2000).
 M. Adinolfi et al., 'Novel DAQ and Trigger methods for the KLOE experiment', Osaka 2000, 30th ICHEP, hep-ex/0006039 (2000).
Last updated: September 13, 2002
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