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Public CMS Data Quality Information

Overview

The quality of data recorded by the CMS experiment is summarized for the LHC Run 1 (2010-2013) and Run 2 period (2015).
The information is provided for proton-proton, lead-lead and proton-lead collisions separately.
For each period results are shown including the cumulative luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as Good for physics analysis. Data are defined as good for physics analysis if all subdetectors, trigger and physics object (tracking, electron, muon, gamma, jet and MET) show the expected performance.
Further details on the luminosity measurements done in the CMS experiment are described in the CMS public twiki page

Run 2 Data Quality Information

2017 Proton-Proton Collisions

Proton-proton collision runs at 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2017.

2017 up to the latest certified run: accumulative lumi plot (for online Lumi)

Proton-proton collision runs at 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2017.
Information about luminosity recorded and validated by the CMS experiment for the whole Runs2 (updated to last json file announced in Physics Validation HN)


The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2016 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.

The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange). The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance. int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2017_Golden.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange). The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance. int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2017_Muon.png

2017 up to the latest certified run: accumulative lumi plot (for offline Lumi)

Proton-proton collision runs at 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2017.
Information about luminosity recorded and validated by the CMS experiment for the whole Runs2 (updated to last json file announced in Physics Validation HN)


The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2016 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.

The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange). The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance. int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2017NormtagLumi_Golden.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange). The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance. int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2017NormtagLumi_Muon.png

2016 Proton-Proton Collisions

Proton-proton collision runs at 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2016.

Dataset For Morion17 Conference

Information about luminosity used by the CMS experiment for some analysis presented at the Moriond17 conference. eraBCDEFG 23 Sep Rereco + eraH Prompt Reco.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_Golden_23Sep-PromEraH_Morion.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2016 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/DC-TableEfficiency-2016-April22-Nov24-ReReco_Moriond.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muon and track) showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_Muon_23Sep-PromEraH_Morion.png

Dataset For ICHEP Conference

Information about luminosity used by the CMS experiment for some analysis presented at the ICHEP conference.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_Golden_ICHEP.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2016 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2016_pp_Golden_ICHEP.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muon and track) showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_MuonPhys_ICHEP.png

Dataset For LHCP Conference

Information about luminosity used by the CMS experiment for some analysis presented at the LHCP conference.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_Golden_LHCP.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2016 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
Additional losses related to trigger are not included in the operational losses but are added only in the total fraction of data validated for physics analysis.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2016_Golden_LHCP.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange) and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams (light orange).
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muon and track) showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2016_MuonPhys_LHCP.png

2015 Proton-Proton Collisions at 13 TeV

Proton-proton collision runs at 13 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2015.

Dataset For Moriond Conference

CMS updated the information about luminosity using a method based on the pixel cluster counting.
Plots concerning data quality have been updated accordingly.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics analysis (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Golden_Moriond.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Golden_Moriond.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with a subset of detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Silver_Moriond.png The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
The fraction of data good for physics is based on less stringent requirement on the hadron calorimeter operating condition.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Silver_Moriond.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muon and track) showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Muon_Moriond.png The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
The fraction of data good for physics is based only on the muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muons and tracks).
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Muon_Moriond.png

Dataset for LHC Jamboree

CMS updated the information about luminosity before the LHC Jamboree held on December 2015.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC (azure), recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics analysis (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with all detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Golden_BrilUpdate.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Goden_BrilUpdate.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with a subset of detectors and reconstructed physics objects showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Silver_BrilUpdate.png The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
The fraction of data good for physics is based on less stringent requirement on the hadron calorimeter operating condition.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Silver_BrilUpdate.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS (orange), recorded by CMS with full magnetic field (green) and certified as good for physics (light orange) during stable beams.
The luminosity validated for physics analysis corresponds to data recorded with muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muon and track) showing good performance.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2015_Muon_BrilUpdate.png The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2015 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
The fraction of data good for physics is based only on the muon and tracking detectors and a subset of reconstructed physics objects (muons and tracks).
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2015_Muon_BrilUpdate.png

Run 1 Data Quality Information

2013 Proton-Lead Collisions at 5 TeV per nucleon

Proton-lead collisions runs at 5 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected between January 20th and February 10th.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_ppb_2013.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2013 proton-lead collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2013_ppb.png
The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_ppb_2013_MuonPhys.png

2013 Proton-Proton Collisions

Proton-proton collision runs at 2.76 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected between February 11th and 14th.

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams. /twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2013.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2013 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2013_pp.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2013_MuonPhys.png

2012 Proton-Proton Collisions

Proton-proton collision runs at 8 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2012.

Dataset for 2013 Summer conferences

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The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2012_SummerConf.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2012 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2012_pp_SummerConf.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2012_SummerConf_MuonPhys.png
border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10> Dataset for 2013 Winter conferences border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10>


border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10> 2011 Proton-Proton Collisions Proton-proton collision runs at 7 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2011. border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10>


2011 Lead-Lead CollisionsLead -Lead collision runs at 2.76 TeV/nucleon centre-of-mass energy collected in 2011. border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10>


2010 Proton-Proton CollisionsProton -proton collision runs at 7 TeV centre-of-mass energy collected in 2010. border=1 cellpadding=10 cellspacing=10>


The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2012.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2012 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2012_pp.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2012_MuonPhys.png

The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2011.png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2011 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2011_pp.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2011_MuonPhys.png

The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pbpb_2011.png

The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2011 lead-lead collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2011_pbpb.png The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis based on the Muon JSON file during stable beams.
Muon JSON file is produced considering only Tracker (PIXEL, SST) and Muon detectors (CSC, DT, RPC) operation, ignoring the status of calorimeter operation.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pbpb_2011_MuonPhys.png

The plot shows the cumulative curves for the luminosity delivered by LHC, recorded by CMS and certified as good for physics analysis during stable beams.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/int_lumi_per_day_cumulative_pp_2010.png
Logarithmic y-scale version png
The table shows the luminosity weighted fraction (in %) of data certified as good for physics analysis delivered by the various CMS subsystems during 2010 proton-proton collisions.
The operational losses, mainly related to the "warm start" of the tracking detector after the "stable beam" declaration, are accounted separately.
/twiki/pub/CMSPublic/DataQuality/Table_DQ_2010_pp.png
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