This is a condensed description with plots for the analysis CMSHIG11032, as submitted to arXiv:1202.1488 and PLB.
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The CL_{s} values for the SM Higgs boson hypothesis as a function of the Higgs boson mass. The observed values are shown by the solid line. The dashed line indicates the expected median of results for the background only hypothesis, while the green (dark) and yellow (light) bands indicate the ranges that are expected to contain 68% and 95% of all observed excursions from the median, respectively. The three horizontal lines on the CL_{s} plot show confidence levels of 90%, 95%, and 99%, defined as (1–CL_{s}).  
The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The observed local pvalue p_{0} as a function of the SM Higgs boson mass in the range 110–145 GeV. The global significance of the observed maximum excess (minimum local pvalue) in this mass range is about 2.1σ, estimated using pseudoexperiments. The dashed line on the plot shows the expected local pvalues p_{0}(m_{H}), should a Higgs boson with a mass m_{H} exist.  
The observed bestfit signal strength 
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The 95% CL observed upper limits on the signal strength parameter (version with solid lines for all channels) 

The 95% CL observed upper limits on the signal strength parameter (alternate version with different line styles) 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL expected upper limits on the signal strength parameter (version with solid lines) 

The 95% CL expected upper limits on the signal strength parameter (alternate version with dashed lines) 

The observed local pvalue p_{0} as a function of the SM Higgs boson mass in the range 110–145 GeV, for the full combination and the individual search channels. The global significance of the observed maximum excess (minimum local pvalue) for the full combination in this mass range is about 2.1σ, estimated using pseudoexperiments. The dashed line on the left plot shows the expected local pvalues p_{0}(m_{H}) for the combination, should a Higgs boson with a mass m_{H} exist. 
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The 95% CL observed upper limits on the signal strength parameter (version with solid lines for all channels) 

The 95% CL observed upper limits on the signal strength parameter (alternate version with different line styles) 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL expected upper limits on the signal strength parameter (version with solid lines) 

The 95% CL expected upper limits on the signal strength parameter (alternate version with dashed lines) 

The observed local pvalue p_{0} as a function of the SM Higgs boson mass in the range 110–145 GeV, for the full combination and the individual decay modes. The global significance of the observed maximum excess (minimum local pvalue) for the full combination in this mass range is about 2.1σ, estimated using pseudoexperiments. The dashed line on the left plot shows the expected local pvalues p_{0}(m_{H}) for the combination, should a Higgs boson with a mass m_{H} exist. 
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The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The observed local pvalue p_{0} as a function of the SM Higgs boson mass in the range 110–145 GeV, for the full combination and the two subcombinations. The global significance of the observed maximum excess (minimum local pvalue) for the full combination in this mass range is about 2.1σ, estimated using pseudoexperiments. The dashed line on the left plot shows the expected local pvalues p_{0}(m_{H}) for the combination, should a Higgs boson with a mass m_{H} exist.  
The observed bestfit signal strength 
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The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 

The 95% CL upper limits on the signal strength parameter 