A dataset of 1000 event display files accessible via
MINERVA as part of the Masterclasses W-Path. The events were recorded in 2011
by the ATLAS detector.
1000 events. 20 files. 222.0 MiB in total.
How can you use these data?
The dataset can be analysed by using MINERVA, which
can be found on the linked site in the section "Measurement". There you will
also find a tally sheet and links to instructions on how to analyse the data
found in the dataset. The section "Identifying Pariticles" will show how to
find out which detector signature hints at which particle. "Identifying Events"
details how to categorise events. Using the knowledge of these two sections,
one can use the prescriptions in "Measurement" to find out how the proton is
structured and to hunt for the Higgs particle.
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