Cite as: McCauley, Thomas; (2014). Event files for CMS masterclass exercise 2014. CERN Open Data Portal. DOI:10.7483/OPENDATA.CMS.SSYF.EGXW
This document collects event information for use in the 2014 CMS masterclass exercise. It contains previously-released data: 800 events each of W to munu and enu, 75 events each of Z to ee and mumu, 100 dimuon events between 2-100 GeV, 50 dimuon events between 2-12 GeV (i.e. J/psi and upsilon), three 4-lepton Higgs candidate events and ten di-photon Higgs candidate events.
These data were selected for use in education and outreach, particularly for the CMS masterclass, and contain a subset of the total event information. The selection criteria may be different from that used in CMS physics results. They are not suitable for a full physics analysis.
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These events were selected from other derived datasets for use in the 2014 CMS masterclass exercise.
These data are in use in the 2014 CMS masterclass: CMS Masterclass WZH Measurement. Files with the extension .ig are JSON files containing information suitable for visual display. The data can be accessed from the file menu of the online event display. Comma-separated value (csv) files can be used in online applications such as the histogram visualizer and other applications, examples are given in
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