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NAME

       rivet-mkhtml - Make web pages from histogram files written out by Rivet

SYNOPSIS

       rivet-mkhtml [options] <aidafile1> [<aidafile2> <aidafile3>...]

DESCRIPTION

       Make  web pages from histogram files written out by Rivet.  You can specify multiple Monte
       Carlo AIDA files to be compared in the same syntax as for compare-histos,  i.e.  including
       plotting options.

       Reference   data,   analysis   metadata,  and  plot  style  information  should  be  found
       automatically (if not, set the RIVET_ANALYSIS_PATH or similar variables appropriately).

       You can overwrite an existing output directory.

OPTIONS

       -h, --help
              show this help message and exit

       -o OUTPUTDIR, --outputdir=OUTPUTDIR
              directory for webpage output

       -t TITLE, --title=TITLE
              title to be displayed on the main web page

       -c CONFIGFILES, --config=CONFIGFILES
              plot config file(s) to be used with compare-histos.

       -s, --single
              display plots on single webpage.

       --no-ratio
              don't draw a ratio plot under each main plot.

       --mc-errs
              plot error bars.

       --refid=REF_ID
              ID of reference data set (file path for non-REF data)

       -n NUMTHREADS, --num-threads=NUMTHREADS
              request make-plots to use a specific number of threads.

       --pdf  use PDF as the vector plot format.

       --ps   use PostScript as the vector plot format.

       --booklet
              create booklet (currently only available for PDF with pdftk).

       -i, --ignore-unvalidated
              ignore unvalidated analyses.

       --ignore-missing
              ignore missing AIDA files.

       -m PATHPATTERNS, --match=PATHPATTERNS
              only write out histograms from analyses whose name matches any of these regexes

       -M PATHUNPATTERNS, --unmatch=PATHUNPATTERNS
              Exclude histograms whose $path/$name string matches these regexes

       --palatino
              Use Palatino as font (default).

       --cm   Use Computer Modern as font.

       --times
              Use Times as font.

       --minion
              Use Adobe Minion Pro as font. Note: You need to set TEXMFHOME first.

       -v, --verbose
              Add extra debug messages

AUTHOR

       This manual page was written by Lifeng Sun <lifongsun@gmail.com>  for  the  Debian  system
       (but may be used by others).