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Summary of LHC and Tevatron measurements of the toppair production crosssection as a function of the centreofmass energy compared to the NNLO QCD calculation complemented with NNLL resummation (top++2.0). The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scale, parton density functions and the strong coupling. The measurements and the theory calculation are quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. Measurements made at the same centreofmass energy are slightly offset for clarity. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Toppair crosssection measurements at 5.02 TeV by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. The band shows the NNLO QCD calculation complemented with NNLL resummation (top++2.0). The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scale, parton density functions and the strong coupling. The measurements and the theory calculation is quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. The upper part of the figure shows early LHC measurements and their combination. The lower part summarizes measurements performed after the LHC crosssection combination. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Toppair crosssection measurements at 7 TeV by the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. The band shows the NNLO QCD calculation complemented with NNLL resummation (top++2.0). The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scale, parton density functions and the strong coupling. The measurements and the theory calculation is quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. The upper part of the figure shows early LHC measurements and their combination. The lower part summarizes measurements performed after the LHC crosssection combination. PNG June 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of measurements of the toppair production crosssection at 8 TeV compared to the exact NNLO QCD calculation complemented with NNLL resummation (top++2.0). The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scale, parton density functions and the strong coupling. The measurements and the theory calculation are quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. PNG June 2022 This and previous plot versions Same, for mtop=173.34 GeV, only older plot versions available 
Summary of measurements of the toppair production crosssection at 13 TeV compared to the exact NNLO QCD calculation complemented with NNLL resummation (top++2.0). The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scale, parton density functions and the strong coupling. The measurements and the theory calculation are quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the invariant mass of the topquark pair. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to NNLO and NLO+NNLL calculations. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in each calculation are provided. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the NLO+NNLL calculation to the NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the invariant mass of the topquark pair. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to predictions from the Powheg+Herwig6 and Powheg+Pythia8 MC generators. The MC samples are generated with the settings described in arXiv: 1511.04716. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the Powheg+Pythia8 prediction to the Powheg +Herwig6 prediction. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the invariant mass of the topquark pair. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to the NLO and NNLO calculations from arXiv:1606.03350. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in each calculation are provided. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and NLO calculation to the NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the invariant mass of the topquark pair. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to the NNLO calculation. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in the calculation are provided. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements to the NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the transverse momentum of the top quark. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to NNLO and approximate NNLO calculations. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in each calculation are provided. The variable mT is defined as the square root of the sum of the squares of topquark mass and the transverse momentum of the top quark. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the approximate NNLO calculations to the full NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the transverse momentum of the top quark. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to predictions from the Powheg+Herwig6 and Powheg+Pythia8 MC generators. The MC samples are generated with the settings described in arXiv:1511.04716. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the Powheg+Pythia8 prediction to the Powheg +Herwig6 prediction. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the transverse momentum of the top quark. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to the NLO and NNLO calculations from arXiv:1606.03350. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in each calculation are provided. The variable mT is defined as the square root of the sum of the squares of topquark mass and the transverse momentum of the top quark. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the NLO calculation to the NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the transverse momentum of the top quark. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to the NNLO calculation. The values for the topquark mass (mtop), the renormalisation (muR) and factorisation (muF) scales, and the choice of the PDF set used in the calculation are provided. The variable mT is defined as the square root of the sum of the squares of topquark mass and the transverse momentum of the top quark. Both the CMS and ATLAS measurements are performed assuming a topquark mass value of 172.5 GeV. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements to the NNLO calculation. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Full phasespace normalised differential ttbar crosssection as a function of the transverse momentum of the topquark pair. The CMS and ATLAS results are compared to predictions from the Powheg+Herwig6 and Powheg+Pythia8 MC generators. The MC samples are generated with the settings described in arXiv:1511.04716. The shaded bands show the total uncertainty on the data measurements in each bin. The lower panel shows the ratio of the data measurements and the Powheg+Pythia8 prediction to the Powheg +Herwig6 prediction. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of the ATLAS and CMS Collaboration measurements of the single top production crosssections in the tchannel at 7 TeV. The measurements are compared to a theoretical calculation based on NLO QCD computed assuming a top mass of 172.5 GeV. PNG September 2019 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS Collaboration measurements of the single top production crosssections in the tchannel at 8 TeV. The measurements are compared to a theoretical calculation based on NLO QCD computed assuming a top mass of 172.5 GeV. PNG September 2019 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS Collaboration measurements of the single top production crosssections in the tchannel at 13 TeV. The measurements are compared to a theoretical calculation based on NLO QCD computed assuming a top mass of 172.5 GeV. PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
Crosssection measurements for the associated production of a top quark and a W boson performed by ATLAS and CMS at 7 TeV, and combined result compared with the NLO+NNLL prediction (gray bands). Statistical and total uncertainties are represented by red and blue error bars, respectively. The uncertainties in the theoretical prediction are represented by dark and light gray bands for renormalisation / factorisation scale and PDF (evaluated using MSTW2008), respectively. PNG September 2019 This and previous plot versions 
Crosssection measurements for the associated production of a top quark and a W boson performed by ATLAS and CMS at 8 TeV, and combined result compared with the NLO+NNLL prediction (gray bands). Statistical and total uncertainties are represented by red and blue error bars, respectively. The uncertainties in the theoretical prediction are represented by dark and light gray bands for renormalisation / factorisation scale and PDF (evaluated using MSTW2008), respectively. PNG September 2021 This and previous plot versions 
Crosssection measurements for the associated production of a top quark and a W boson performed by ATLAS and CMS at 13 TeV, and combined result compared with the NLO+NNLL prediction (gray bands). Statistical and total uncertainties are represented by red and blue error bars, respectively. The uncertainties in the theoretical prediction are represented by dark and light gray bands for renormalisation / factorisation scale and PDF (evaluated using MSTW2008), respectively. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of ATLAS and CMS measurements of the single top production crosssections in various channels as a function of the center of mass energy. The measurements are compared to theoretical calculations based on: NLO QCD, NLO QCD complemented with NNLL resummation and NNLO QCD (tchannel only). PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS extractions of the CKM matrix element Vtb from single top quark measurements. For each result, the contribution to the total uncertainty originating from the uncertainty on the theoretical prediction for the single top production crosssection is shown along with the uncertainty originating from the experimental measurement of the crosssection. PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS measurements of R_{t}, the ratio of the tchannel topquark production crosssection to the tchannel antitopquark production crosssection. The data measurements are compared to NLO QCD calculations using the CT14, NNPDF 3.0 and MMHT2014 PDF sets. The coloured bands represent the uncertainties on the theoretical predictions (scale and PDF uncertainties). PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS measurements of R_{t}, the ratio of the tchannel topquark production crosssection to the tchannel antitopquark production crosssection. The data measurements are compared to NLO QCD calculations using the ABM, HERAPDF 2.0 and JR14 PDF sets. The coloured bands represent the uncertainties on the theoretical predictions (scale and PDF uncertainties). PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of ATLAS and CMS measurements of ttbarX (X=W, Z or γ) cross sections at 13 TeV. The ttbarW and ttbarZ cross section measurements are compared to the NLO QCD and EW theoretical calculation complemented with NNLL resummation, while the ttbarγ cross section measurement is compared to the NLO QCD theoretical calculation. "Vis 1", "Vis 2", and "Vis 3" highlight that the relevant phase space used for the ATLAS and CMS ttbarγ measurements are different. The theory prediction and experimental result of the ATLAS measurement ttbarγ+tWγ process is multiplied by a factor 20, and the result for the CMS is multiplied by a factor of 5 to allow for easy visualization on the same scale. The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scales and parton density functions. Complementary theory predictions for the ttbarW and ttbarZ processes are also available in: A. Broggio et al., JHEP 08 (2019) 039 and arXiv:1610.07922. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of ATLAS and CMS measurements of tX (X=Z or γ) cross sections at 13 TeV. The cross section measurements are compared to the NLO QCD theoretical calculation. "Vis 1" and "Vis 2" highlight that the relevant phase space used for the ATLAS and CMS tqγ measurements are different. The theory prediction and experimental results of tZq, and those of tqγ for the CMS are multiplied by a factor of 5 to allow for easy visualization on the same scale. The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalization and factorization scales and parton density functions. PNG June 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of ATLAS and CMS measurements of the ttbarttbar production cross section at 13 TeV in various channels. The cross section measurements are compared to the NLO QCD and EW theoretical calculation. The theory band represents uncertainties due to renormalisation and factorisation scales. Complementary theory predictions are also available in: R. Frederix et al., JHEP 02 (2018) 031. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension6 operators related to (top) quark interaction with vector bosons, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. In the measurement arXiv:2202.12134, the limit is derived for the coefficient CtG normalised with the strong coupling, gS, as implemented in SMEFT@NLO. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension6 operators related to fourfermion interactions, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension6 operators related to interactions involving top quarks, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as marginalised constraints, treating all Wilson coefficients contributing to a given process as free parameters. The effect of a given Wilson coefficient is considered in multiple processes, where indicated in the references, and across multiple bins of differential measurements. Each row presents all the marginalised constraints obtained from a single fit. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the 95% confidence level observed limits on the effective field theory Wilson coefficients of the dimension6 operators related FCNC, as obtained by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations. The results are reported as individual constraints assuming new physics contributions from one specific operator at a time. Interpretations use the SMEFT framework and the Warsaw basis. The formalism is employed at different levels of the experimental analyses, from the interpretation of measured observables to a comparison of the data to simulations at the detector level. Most interpretations follow the LHCtopWG recommendations from arXiv:1802.07237. The definitions of operators OuG and OcG are different in the two searches from references EPJC 82 (2022) 334 and EPJC 79 (2019) 886. For comparison purposes in this plot, the limits for coefficients CuG and CcG from Ref. EPJC 82 (2022) 334 are multiplied by factor gS(mtop2)/2=0.57 to be compatible with the definition used in Ref. EPJC 79 (2019) 886 as it is recommended in Ref. arXiv:1802.07237. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of the charge asymmetry measurements on ATLAS and CMS at 7 TeV showing both the ttbarbased and leptonbased asymmetry measurements, compared to the respective theory predictions. The uncertainty on the theory predictions is shown but is very small. PNG November 2017 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the charge asymmetry measurements on ATLAS and CMS at 8 TeV showing both the inclusive measurements and the measurement using boosted events which is restricted to Mtt >0.75 TeV and abs(delta(abs(y))) <2, compared to the respective theory predictions. The uncertainty on the theory predictions is shown but is very small. This plot is an auxiliary figure from the ATLAS+CMS charge asymmetry combination paper PNG September 2017 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of measured W helicity fractions by ATLAS and CMS at 7 and 8 TeV, compared to the respective theory predictions. The uncertainty on the theory predictions is shown but is very small. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions Combination of 8 TeV results (May 2020) can be found here 
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ATLAS and CMS data compared to PowhegBox+Pythia8 Monte Carlo Simulation from ATLAS and CMS as well as calculations at nexttonexttoleading order (NNLO) in perturbative QCD. The ATLAS and CMS data are corrected to parton level using Iterative Bayesian Unfolding and regularised TUnfold, respectively. PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
ATLAS and CMS data compared to Monte Carlo Simulation samples from the ATLAS and CMS collaborations. The ratio is with respect to PowhegBox+Pythia8 from ATLAS (Pwg+P8). The ATLAS and CMS data are corrected to parton level using Iterative Bayesian Unfolding and regularised TUnfold, respectively. PNG November 2020 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of the current 95% confidence level observed limits on the branching ratios of the top quark decays via flavour changing neutral currents (FCNC) to a quark and a neutral boson t>Xq (X=g, Z, γ or H; q=u or c) by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations compared to several new physics models. Each limit assumes that all other FCNC processes vanish. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the current 95% confidence level observed limits on the branching ratios of the top quark decays via flavour changing neutral currents (FCNC) to a charm quark and a neutral boson t>Xc (X=g, Z, γ or H). The coloured lines represent the results from HERA (the most stringent limits between the ones obtained by the H1 and ZEUS collaborations, in brown), LEP (combined ALEPH, DELPHI, L3 and OPAL collaborations result, in green), TEVATRON (the most stringent limits between the ones obtained by the CDF and D0 collaborations, in grey). The yellow area represents the region excluded by the individual ATLAS and the CMS Collaborations standalone, no statistical combinations between any LHC measurements are performed. Each limit assumes that all other FCNC processes vanish. The limits are expressed as FCNC top decay branching ratios, but several are obtained considering both FCNC top quark decay and FCNC top quark production vertices. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the current 95% confidence level observed limits on the branching ratios of the top quark decays via flavour changing neutral currents (FCNC) to an up quark and a neutral boson t>Xu (X=g, Z, γ or H). The coloured lines represent the results from HERA (the most stringent limits between the ones obtained by the H1 and ZEUS collaborations, in brown), LEP (combined ALEPH, DELPHI, L3 and OPAL collaborations result, in green), TEVATRON (the most stringent limits between the ones obtained by the CDF and D0 collaborations, in grey). The yellow area represents the region excluded by the individual ATLAS and the CMS Collaborations standalone, no statistical combinations between any LHC measurements are performed. Each limit assumes that all other FCNC processes vanish. The limits are expressed as FCNC top decay branching ratios, but several are obtained considering both FCNC top quark decay and FCNC top quark production vertices. PNG November 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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Summary of the ATLAS and CMS measurements from top quark decay (``direct"). The results are compared with the LHC and Tevatron+LHC mtop combinations. For each measurement, the statistical uncertainty, the jet scale factor (JSF) and bjet scale factor (bJSF) contributions (when applicable) as well as the sum of the remaining uncertainties are reported separately. The JSF, bJSF contributions are statistical in nature and apply to analyses performing insitu (top quark pair base) jet energy calibration procedures. PNG October 2022 This and previous plot versions 
Summary of the ATLAS and CMS measurements of the top quark mass from tt̄ production observables. The breakdown of uncertainties is reported only for the analyses that provide such information. The results are compared with the ATLAS and CMS combination of measurements from top quark decay. The top quark mass extractions from differential measurements may receive sizeable corrections from Coulomb and softgluon resummation near the tt̄ production threshold that are not explicitly accounted for in the theoretical predictions. PNG June 2022 This and previous plot versions 
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W helicity combination at 8 TeV  http://arxiv.org/abs/2005.03799 
The combination of measurements of the W boson polarization in top quark decays performed by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations is presented. The measurements are based on protonproton collision data produced at the LHC at a centreofmass energy of 8 TeV, and corresponding to an integrated luminosity of about 20 fb1 for each experiment. The measurements used events containing one lepton and having different jet multiplicities in the final state. The results are quoted as fractions of W bosons with longitudinal (F0), lefthanded (FL), or righthanded (FR) polarizations. The resulting combined measurements of the polarization fractions are F0 = 0.693 + 0.014 and FL = 0.315 + 0.011. The fraction FR is calculated from the unitarity constraint to be FR = 0.008 + 0.007. These results are in agreement with the standard model predictions at nexttonexttoleading order in perturbative quantum chromodynamics and represent an improvement in precision of 25 (29)\% for F0 (FL) with respect to the most precise single measurement. A limit on anomalous righthanded vector (VR), and left and righthanded tensor (gL, gR) tWb couplings is set while fixing all others to their standard model values. The allowed regions are [0.11,0.16] for VR, [0.08, 0.05] for gL, and [0.04, 0.02] for gR, at 95\% confidence level. Limits on the corresponding Wilson coefficients are also derived. PNG May 2020 More Plots ATLAS link More Plots CMS link 

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Charge Asymmetry at 7 and 8 TeV  http://arxiv.org/abs/1709.05327 
This paper presents combinations of inclusive and differential measurements of the charge asymmetry (AC) in top quark pair (ttbar) events with a lepton+jets signature by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations, using data from LHC protonproton collisions at centreofmass energies of 7 and 8 TeV corresponding to integrated luminosities of about 5 and 20 fb1 for each experiment, respectively. The resulting combined LHC measurements of the inclusive charge asymmetry are AC = 0.005 + 0.007 (stat) + 0.006 (syst) at 7 TeV and AC = 0.0055 + 0.0023 (stat) + 0.0025 (syst) at 8 TeV. These values, as well as the combination of AC measurements as a function of the invariant mass of the ttbar system at 8 TeV, are consistent with the respective standard model predictions. PNG September 2017 More Plots ATLAS link More Plots CMS link 

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Vtb at 7 and 8 TeV  https://arxiv.org/abs/1902.07158 
This paper presents the combinations of singletopquark production crosssection measurements by the ATLAS and CMS Collaborations, using data from LHC protonproton collisions at sqrt(s)=7 and 8 TeV corresponding to integrated luminosities of 1.17 to 5.1 fb1 at sqrt(s)=7 TeV, and 12.2 to 20.3 fb1 at sqrt(s)=8 TeV. These combinations are performed per centreofmass energy and for each production mode: tchannel, tW, and schannel. The combined tchannel crosssections are 67.5 + 5.7 pb and 87.7 + 5.8 pb at sqrt(s)=7 and 8 TeV respectively. The combined tW crosssections are 16.3 + 5.7 pb and 23.1 + 3.6 pb at sqrt(s)=7 and 8 TeV respectively. For the schannel crosssection, the combination yields 4.9 + 1.4 pb at sqrt(s)=8 TeV. The square of the magnitude of the CKM matrix element Vtb multiplied by a form factor f_{LV}is determined for each production mode and centreofmass energy, using the ratio of the measured crosssection to its theoretical prediction. It is assumed that the topquarkrelated CKM matrix elements obey the relation Vtd,Vts << Vtb. All the fLV Vtb^{2} determinations, extracted from individual ratios at sqrt(s)=7 and 8 TeV, are combined, resulting in fLV Vtb=1.02 + 0.04 (meas.) + 0.02 (theo.). All combined measurements are consistent with their corresponding Standard Model predictions. PNG February 2019 More Plots ATLAS link More Plots CMS link 
A full List of public LHCTopWG documents is available on the LPCC Web Page
Please note that in many cases the summary plots in the notes are superseded by Standalone Plots containing additional new ATLAS and CMS measurements
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Top Quark Mass  world combination  ATLASCONF2014008 ; CDFNOTE11071 ; CMSPASTOP13014 ; D0NOTE6416 ; arXiv:1403.4427 
Summary of top mass measurements by the ATLAS, CDF, CMS and D0 collaborations as of March 2014. PNG March 2014 More plots and document This and previous versions of Top Mass notes and plots 
Top Quark Pair Cross Section in emu channel at 8 TeV  ATLASCONF2014054; CMSPASTOP14016 

Combination of top pair production cross section measurements at 8 TeV. The measurements and the theory calculation are quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. PNG September 2014 More Plots and Document 
Top Quark Pair Cross Section at 7 TeV  ATLASCONF2012134 ; CMSPASTOP12003 

Combination of top pair production cross section measurements at 7 TeV. The measurements and the theory calculation are quoted at mtop=172.5 GeV. PNG September 2012 Document 
W boson polarization in topquark decays at 7 TeV  ATLASCONF2013033 ; CMSPASTOP12025 

Combination of W helicity measurements at 7 TeV. PNG March 2014 More plots and document 
Charge Asymmetry at 7 TeV  ATLASCONF2014012 ; CMSPASTOP14006 

Combination of charge asymmetry measurements at 7 TeV. PNG March 2014 Document 
Common Samples plots  Public note ATLAS ; Public note CMS 

Common settings v2 (2022)  ATLAS link, CMS link 
Common settings v0.1 (2021)  ATLAS link, CMS link 
First comparison studies (2019)  ATLAS link, CMS link 
May 2019
Single Top tW channel at 8 TeV  ATLASCONF2014052; CMSPASTOP14009 

Single Top t channel at 8 TeV  ATLASCONF2013098; CMSPASTOP12002 

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