


This web page gives links to public documents describing the "Correlation Plots" accelerator physics application program.
Correlation Plots is a high level application program in the SLAC accelerator control system, which helps physicists and operators to easily make correlative experiments among control system parameters and data points. It was first conceptualized and written in the late 1980s by Julian Kupiek and Miguel Flores. Since then it has undergone significant and continuous development by many programmers.
Correlation Plots is heavily embedded into the SLC and Bfactory control systems. Physics applications both use it, and Correlation Plots itself uses applications of the control systems. This deep integration makes it very useful, but makes it difficult to make a meaningful download for other laboratories.
Basic Design Description,
Greg White, Mar 1995 
Correlation Plots Arithmetic
Functional Req, Greg White, June 1993 
Correlation
Plots Arithmetic "Index Panel" User Guide, Greg White, Dec 1993 
Correlation Plots Arithmetic
System Spec, Greg White, June 1993 
Correlation
Plot Facility in the SLC Control System, By L. Hendrickson, N. Phinney,
L. SanchezChopitea, S. Clark (SLAC). SLACPUB5685, Nov 1991. 3pp. Presented at Int. Conf. on Accelerators and Large Experimental Physics Control Systems, Tsukuba, Japan, Nov 1115, 1991. Published in Tsukuba ICALEPCS 1991:493495 (QCD183:I585:1991) 
Experiment Manager
Proposal, (pdf) Greg White, June 2000 
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Author: Greg White, 14Apr2003
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