Events(tree, maxEvents=-1, start=0)[source]¶
An iterative object for events.
You can use this class to iterate over entries in a ROOT TTree.
You can instantiate this class with a TTree object and an optionally a maximum number of entries to loop over:
inputFile = ROOT.TFile.Open(inputPath) tree = inputFile.Get(treeName) events = Events(tree)
Then, the “for” loop for the tree entries can be:
for event in events:
Note: “event” and “events” are the same object. In each iteration, “event” (and “events”) is loaded with the next entry in the tree.
A content of the tree, e.g., a branch, can be accessed as an attribute of “event”:
In order to access to a particular entry, you can use an index. For example, to get 11th entry (the index for the first entry is 0):
event = events
Note: Again “event” and “events” are the same object.
__init__(tree, maxEvents=-1, start=0)[source]¶
Initialize self. See help(type(self)) for accurate signature.
__init__(tree[, maxEvents, start])