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 The data streams coming from the various crates are synchronized and combined into a single stream by the Event Builder designed by the NSCL DAQ group. Detailed information about the Event Builder can be found [[http://​docs.nscl.msu.edu/​daq/​newsite/​nscldaq-11.0/​c4456.html|here]]. ​ The data streams coming from the various crates are synchronized and combined into a single stream by the Event Builder designed by the NSCL DAQ group. Detailed information about the Event Builder can be found [[http://​docs.nscl.msu.edu/​daq/​newsite/​nscldaq-11.0/​c4456.html|here]]. ​
  
-The time-ordered data from the Event Builder is sent to the ring buffer **s800built**,​ which is then read by the S800 Event Filter. This program makes some integrity-checks of the data and assembles them into NSCL standard buffers, which are sent to the ringbuffer **s800filter**. Users need to connect to this ringbuffer to analyze the experiment data (using e.g. SpecTcl). ​+The time-ordered data from the Event Builder is sent to the ring buffer **s800built**,​ which is then read by the S800 Event Filter. This program makes some integrity-checks of the data and assembles them into NSCL standard buffers, which are sent to the ringbuffer **s800filter**. Users need to connect to this ringbuffer to analyze the experiment data (using e.g. SpecTcl). ​The format of the data distributed by the S800 Filter is described [[Event Filter|here]]. 
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-The location of the different script files and filter program will be published in the near future. 
  
  
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