Hi, all! Anyone know how to write a branch directory like this?
I have tried chatgpt’s code:
muonData.pt = 25.0;
muonData.eta = 0.8;
muonData.phi = 1.0;
TTree* tree = new TTree(“ParticleData”, “Particle Data”);
tree->Branch(“MuonBranch”, “Muon”, &muonData);
But there’s no branch like muonData.pt in output tree.
thank you for reaching out on the ROOT forum as chatgtp is not always an answer… especially in a bit more specialised cases as ROOT framework is.
You could indeed start by reviewing the details of the TTrees as was suggested above. What you want here is a sub-branch (or a leaf) and you are now only creating a Branch in your Tree, you can also follow this forum post for more details: TTree: creating a sub-branch of a branch from scratch
As far as I understood, I think the problem is more simple than the case you mention (TTree: creating a sub-branch of a branch from scratch)
Indeed, my point was to created nested branches, while here it simply question of a standard branch.
The answer is most likely in the
In the code (from chatgpt ???) it is not clear how the leaves are defined and how their address is set (to the members of the muon object (struct / class ?).
I guess the class needs to be known by ROOT (included in the dictionnary).
But I did not try that, I usually split data in basic type leaves…
You probably did not generate the dictionary for the class (see https://root.cern.ch/root/html534/guides/users-guide/AddingaClass.html). Or maybe even simpler load your code via
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