HROOT: a low-level binding to ROOT in haskell.
ROOT, please refer to http://root.cern.ch.
The following is a copy of its description in
ROOTsystem provides a set of OO frameworks with all the functionality needed to handle and analyze large amounts of data in a very efficient way. Having the data defined as a set of objects, specialized storage methods are used to get direct access to the separate attributes of the selected objects, without having to touch the bulk of the data. Included are histograming methods in an arbitrary number of dimensions, curve fitting, function evaluation, minimization, graphics and visualization classes to allow the easy setup of an analysis system that can query and process the data interactively or in batch mode, as well as a general parallel processing framework,
PROOF, that can considerably speed up an analysis. Thanks to the built-in
CINTC++ interpreter the command language, the scripting, or macro, language and the programming language are all C++. The interpreter allows for fast prototyping of the macros since it removes the, time consuming, compile/link cycle. It also provides a good environment to learn C++. If more performance is needed the interactively developed macros can be compiled using a C++ compiler via a machine independent transparent compiler interface called
ACliC. The system has been designed in such a way that it can query its databases in parallel on clusters of workstations or many-core machines.
ROOTza is an open system that can be dynamically extended by linking external libraries. This makes
ROOTa premier platform on which to build data acquisition, simulation and data analysis systems.
ROOTis available under the
You can download
ROOT package and install in your local directory or
in global directory. For local installation,
You need to set environmental variable
ROOTSYS to the home directory
of ROOT and include
$ROOTSYSbin@ and @$ROOTSYSlib in your
ROOT to work, respectively.
HROOT package can be installed without ROOT, but it won't work. Examples are in example directory in the package.