This is a condensed description with plots for the analysis LINK TO CDS
Figure set  Description  Variants 

The CLs value for the standard model Higgs hypothesis as a function of the Higgs boson mass in the range 110600 GeV/c². The observed values are shown by a solid line. The dashed black line indicates the median expected CLs value for the backgroundonly hypothesis, while the green/yellow bands indicate the ranges that are expected to contain 68%/95% of all observed limit excursions from the median. The three red horizontal lines show confidence levels of 90%, 95%, and 99% defined as (1  CLs). 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The combined 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The observed limits are shown by the solid symbols and the black line. The dashed line indicates the median expected limit on m for the backgroundonly hypothesis, while the green/yellow bands indicate the ranges that are expected to contain 68%/95% of all observed limit excursions from the median. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The combined 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The observed limits are shown by the solid symbols and the black line. The dashed line indicates the median expected limit on m for the backgroundonly hypothesis, while the green/yellow bands indicate the ranges that are expected to contain 68%/95% of all observed limit excursions from the median. The mass ranges excluded by LEP, by Tevatron and by this result are shown as hatched areas. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The combined 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The observed limits are shown by the solid symbols and the black line. The dashed line indicates the median expected limit on m for the backgroundonly hypothesis, while the green/yellow bands indicate the ranges that are expected to contain 68%/95% of all observed limit excursions from the median. The Tevatron observed and expected limits are also shown. 
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The 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The limits are obtained with the CLs method. The solid lines show the observed limits, while the dashed lines indicate the median expected assuming the backgroundonly hypothesis. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The observed 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The limits are obtained with the CLs method. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The expected 95% C.L. upper limits on the signal strength modifier The limits are obtained with the CLs method. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 

The local pvalues (top) and observed bestfit signal strength The pvalue is an estimated probability of upward background fluctuations as high or higher than the excesses observed in data. After taking into account the lookelsewhere effect (see text), the probability to see an excess at least as large as the one observed in data is ∼0.4. The μ̂ value indicates by what factor the SM Higgs cross section would have to be rescaled to best match the observed data. 
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The overall combined local pvalues (solid black line) and contributions of individual channels entering the combination vs. Higgs boson mass. The pvaluee is an estimated probability of upward background fluctuation as high or higher than the excesses observed in data. After taking into account the lookelsewhere effect (see text), the probability to see an excess at least as large as the one observed in data is ∼0.4. 
linear x (png, eps, pdf) log x (png, eps, pdf) low mass (png, eps, pdf) 
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