The ATLAS Collaboration has released 10/fb of collision data at a centre-of-mass energy of 13 TeV from the 2016 data-taking period, intended solely for educational purposes, to the general public.
This set of real data is accompanied by matching simulated samples of Standard Model processes and a selection of Beyond the Standard Model signals.
1 files. 1.0 GiB in total.
How were these data selected?
Events selected with exactly three leptons (electron or muon).
Both real data and simulated samples are subjected to a loose event preselection to reduce the processing time by reducing the overall number of events that have to be analysed.
The preselection consists of a set of object selection criteria and a subsequent event selection acting on these preselected objects.
How can you use these data?
This dataset is provided by the ATLAS Collaboration only for educational purposes and is not suited for scientific publications.
You can access these data through the ATLAS Virtual Machine and Software.
More documentation is available at:
The open data are released under the Creative
Commons CC0 waiver. Neither the experiment(s) ( ATLAS ) nor CERN endorse any
works, scientific or otherwise, produced using these data.
All releases will have a unique DOI that you are requested to cite in any applications or