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Too much data? Too many cores? TTree analysis is tedious? Come and enjoy an intro plus discussion of RDataFrame, ROOT's current-generation way of writing super-efficient analyses! It moves all the intricacies into ROOT's responsibility, leaving you simply with a declarative formulation of the filters and computations that make up your analysis.
The ROOT team would like to invite you to the 11th ROOT Users' Workshop.
This time we meet in Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina - a buzzing melting pot of cultures since centuries. The workshop features four days of presentations and discussions on everything ROOT: what works for you, what doesn't and how ROOT evolves to address future challenges. ROOT is changing; this is your chance to influence what happens and to interact with all its developers! Our way of saying "thank you for participating" is to make sure that you have a great time in a unique location!
This is the first ROOT development release of the 6.09 series! It is meant to offer a preview of the many features which will be included in the 6.10 production release.
A tool to 'warn' user of inefficient (for I/O) construct in data model
The new ROOT website is online!
Interface the ROOT I/O to key/value stores.
Upgrade the Ruby bindings to leverage the ROOT6 technology.
Four instances of the summer student tutorial took place this year: more than 140 people attended.
Create a unix-like set of Python command line tools to explore, modify and display the content of ROOT files.