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Muon-track efficiency using tag and probe method

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Data (black dots) and simulation (light blue rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon.
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Data (black dots) and simulation (light blue rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity of the probe muon (top) and the number of primary vertices (bottom).
 
Data (black dots) and simulation (purple rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon for tracks in the Tracker-only seeded collection.

Charged pion-track efficiency

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Data (black dots) and simulation (light blue rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon.
Data (black dots) and simulation (purple rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon for tracks in the Tracker-only seeded collection.
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Charged pion-track efficiency

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ΔM=M(D*)-M^(D0) distributions for Kpi (left) and K3pi (right) for data.

The fitted shapes in blue well describe data point for both signal (solid) and background (dashed).

effi_tot_ReReco.png The ratio of tracking relative efficiencies for charged pions, as a function of the minimum D* candidates pT threshold, is shown in three different pseudorapidity regions: barrel (blue), transition (green) and endcap (red).
effi_trackpt_RR.png The ratio of tracking relative efficiencies for charged pions, as a function of the minimum selected track pT threshold, is shown in three different pseudorapidity regions: barrel (blue), transition (green) and endcap (red).

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Muon-track efficiency using tag and probe method

Plot Description
Data (black dots) and simulation (light blue rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon.
Data (black dots) and simulation (purple rectangles) tracking efficiency for muons coming from the Z decay as a function of the absolute pseudorapidity(left) and the number of primary vertices(right) of the probe muon for tracks in the Tracker-only seeded collection.
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