**Feb 14 2011**

topic: fitting d0mq Data using MC histograms

comments: having 9-10 input parameters in the d0mq fit may be too many when using TMinuit class. Reducing the number of input parameters to 4-5 could be a help and this can be done by including the main background MCs such as bbbar and uds and combining all non-refmode ccbar MC to single 'not ccbar MC'. Histogram for ccbar radiative correction is also now included, too.

making Data and MC d0mq histograms are done by running

/home/jkim/run9 to /home/jkim/run12 (run14 will run all)

ccbar Refmode, radiative correction on ccbar Refmode and ccbar not Refmode MC in two-dimensional histograms: radcResult.pdf

**Feb 15 2011**

topic: fitting d0mq data with fewer parameters

comments: using fewer parameters to fit d0mq data could be a help to reduce chi2.

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcv2/fitHistRadcv1.C

**Feb 16 2011**

topic: shifting mean value in d0mq two-dimentional histogram

comments: using one-dimensional histogram, I have studied at which mean value shift of d0mq histogram the fitting is optimized. But since these mean value study was done using one-dimensional histgorams it could be different for two-dimensional histograms.

d0mq data histograms with different mean value shift is saved at

/home/jkim/liuDatav1/runall1

comments: mean value shift in equal-distance and equal-populated histogram could be different

chi2 as a function of d0mq mean value shift in two-dimensional fit: testchi2.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcmvsv1/runall36

comments: including more input parameters, fitiing results can be changed

**Feb 18 2011**

topic: fitting d0mq data using equal-distance MC histograms

comments: fitting d0mq data using equal-distance MC histogram gave us worse chi2 and need more study

fit residual including radiative correction MC histogram: fitResRadcv3.pdf

fit parameters using minuit when radiative correction included: testv3.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcmvsv2/runall37

comments: even radiative correction is included signal region is not fitted well. Dr.Park suggested me to use RooFit to fit d0mq data using RooHistPdf class. Using RooFit or TMinuit will both use minuit, but RooFit is more user-friendly.

**Feb 21 2011**

topic: fitting resudial of d0mq data fitting
comments: instead of including a gasussian in the first fitting with mean and rms value as input parameters, it would be faster to fit d0mq data without gaussian first, and then fit the residual with a gaussian

comments: by smoothing ccbar refmode MC only, chi2 is reduced by half.

fit residual including corrected radiative correction MC histogram: resHistResultv4.pdf

fit parameters using minuit when corrected radiative correction included: testv4.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGaus/runall38

/home/jkim/liuRadcOnRef30binv2/runall1

comments: when applying raditive correction to pions in the refmode, it needs to be applied in the z direction momentum only, assuming pion is not going to change direction. When the correction is applied in the x and y direction, it in effect is applying the raditive correction more than once. With corrected radiative correction applied, the chi2 is now reduced to 2.5.

**Feb 22 2011**

topic: fitting d0mq data using MC histograms

comments: with radiation correction histogram where energy cut on two pions in ccbar refmode is applied, I was able to reduce the chi2 further, but now mean value shift in d0m is different and need more study

pions in the refmode vs q in two-dimensional histogram: piqResultv5.pdf

/home/jkim/liuRadcOnRef30binv5/runall3

comments: with an energy cut on pion in ccbar refmode raditive correction, it could help to imrpove d0mq fit

fit residual including radiative corrections where an energy cut on two pions applied: resHistResultv5.pdf

fit parameters using minuit when radiative corrections where an energy cut on two pions applied: testv5.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGaus/runall39

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested me to include a Gaussian in the d0mq two-dimensional fitting and see whether it is going to improve the fit. He also suggested to apply smoothing to a fraction of the ccbar signal MC thus it is going to widen its width a bit.

**Feb 23 2011**

topic: adding a gaussian in the d0mq fit

comments: since the fitting problem is in the ccbar signal region, adding a mathematical function such as a gaussian would be a help and indeed it does. With a gaussian added I was able to reduce the chi2 to 1.55.

fit residual including radiative corrections and a gaus: resHistResultv6.pdf

fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections and a gaus are included: fitResultv6.txt

fit minuit log file when radiative corrections and a gaus are included: testv6.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGaus/runall40

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested me to include alpha method with a gaussian included.

**Feb 24 2011**

topic: fitting d0mq data with MC histograms including a radiative correction and a gaus

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested me to include a radiative correction, a gaus and fractional smoothing in MC histograms, but I realized that shfiting mean value of signal MC when a gaus is included is more effective to improve d0mq fitting and reduce chi2 to 1.141

fit residual including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing: resHistResultv7.pdf

fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included: fitResultv7.txt

fit minuit log file when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included: testv7.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGaus/runall41

comments: Dr.Park suggested me to rewrite my code in a more efficient way

* look page 30 in Dr.Park's root tutorial

* when including branch that exist in MC but not present in Data, use

if ( fChain->GetBranch("nBLYHit") ) fChain->SetBranchAddress("nBLYHit", &nBLYHit, &b_nBLYHit);

this way root is going to include this branch only when it exists

**Feb 25 2011**

topic: calculating pull distributions

comments: when I was calculating pull distributions I was using a wrong equation. By definition pull should be

* pull=(Data-MC)/sqrt(eData*eData+eMC*eMC);

fit residual including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing and a correct pull: resHistResultv8.pdf

fit projection in one-dimensional distribtuions including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing and a correct pull: fitProdv8.pdf

fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included and a correct pull: fitResultv8.txt

fit minuit log file when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included and a correct pull: testv8.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGaus/runall46

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested me to include one more gaussian in the d0mq fitting after looking at the pull distribution. He realized that the fitting in relatively not done well in the d0m peak region and he thinks by adding one more gaussian is going to help to reduce the chi2, but he also said too small chi2 is not good, either. He said chi2 close to 1 is the best case.

comments: while waiting for Hongxuan's email response for which cuts I need to include, I am going to see whether p* cut greater than 2.7 is going to help to reduce bbbar refmode contributions in the d0mq fitting. Since we do not have p* information in the ntuple, what we can do is first assume that the upsilon beam energy is a sum of electron and position energy in babar experiment and boost the refmode four vectors in the upsilon rest frame.

**Mar 01 2011**

topic: applying pd0 cut in d0mq Data and MC

comments: since most refmodes in bbbar MC has low energies comapre to that in ccbar refmode, we can remove most of refmode coming from bbbar by applying a cut on tne momentum of d0 in beam rest frame. Dr.Purohit suggested me to apply pd0 in beam rest frame greater than 2.7 GeV

pd0 in lab and beam rest frame using Babar data: pd0boosted.pdf

/home/jkim/liuDatav8/runall1

/home/jkim/liuDatav8/runall3

**Mar 02 2011**

topic: applying pd0 cut in d0mq Data and MC

comments: in the beam rest frame I don't think we get a good seperation between ccbar and bbbar refmode in pd0 distribution. I need more study.

pd0 in lab and beam frame using ccbar and bbbar refmode MC: pd0mccut.pdf

/home/jkim/liuTmc30BinPd0/runall3

comments: when the pd0 is boosted in the opposite direction, we got a more reasonble result, where pd0 for bbbar refmode and non-refmode can be removed a lot. Since the total beam energy in the center of mass frame is 9.1 GeV and ccbar is couple to b and bbar thus producing cbbar and cbarb pairs and each pair is going to get same energy in the center of mass frame, the momentum of ccbar in the center of mass frame is less than 5 GeV for most events.

**Mar 07 2011**

topic: applying pd0 cut on d0mq data

comments: when a pd0 cut greater than 2.7 GeV is applied, we have left with 700k data. This cut could be a hard cut. I need to discuss this with Dr.Purohit.

pd0 in lab and beam rest frame using full babar data: pd0boostedv1.pdf

/home/jkim/liuDatav9/runall4

d0mq one and two dimensional distributions pd0 not applied and applied with total entries quoted: pd0datav1.pdf

/home/jkim/liuDatav9/runall4

comments: when pd0 greater than 2.7 GeV cut is applied, we are left with 409594 in two-dimensional d0mq data. This is less than the signal yield what Liu was quoting in his note. Assuming that all events passed the pd0 cut is going to be identified as signal, I am still not going to get his signal yield. Maybe Liu was applied loose cut on pd0. I need to discuss this with Dr.Purohit.

**Mar 10 2011**

topic: reading Liu's code

comments: liu saves his code to skim his ntuples and I copied his codes at

/babardata1/jkim/liu

when trying to compile liu's code is the codes/skims directory, I got error messages because a few header files are not in the directory where they are linked

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 78 Jan 6 2010 dis_mlpfit_shared.h -> /home/lhx/linux_Workspace/codes/mlpfit/training/matureProd/dis_mlpfit_shared.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 20 Jan 6 2010 disSigBkgd.h -> current/disSigBkgd.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 23 Jan 6 2010 mlpfit_shared.h -> current/mlpfit_shared.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 20 Jan 6 2010 propTuning.h -> current/propTuning.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 23 Jan 6 2010 refDisSigBkgd.h -> current/refDisSigBkgd.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 18 Jan 6 2010 refModes.h -> current/refModes.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 19 Jan 6 2010 semiModes.h -> current/semiModes.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 22 Jan 6 2010 signalTuning.h -> current/signalTuning.h

lrwxrwxrwx 1 423 users 42 Jan 6 2010 tophead.h -> /home/lhx/linux_Workspace/shared/tophead.h

**Mar 11 2011**

topic: reading Liu's code

comments: He mentioned in his email that he has cuts in refDisSigBkgd.cxx and I may need to implement these cuts in refModes.cxx

In /babardata1/jkim/liu/codes/skims/refDisSigBkgd.cxx, he has a few cuts

807: if( isGammaConverted =0) continue;

812:// if( isFullReco =0) continue;

817: if( Kspie4VCM.Rho()<2.3) continue;

822: if( QMissBetD0Constrn > 0.05) continue;

827: if( q2RecoBet>q2CutFix) continue;

832: if( disBet <=0 ) continue;

881: continue;

**Mar 14 2011**

topic: finding skimmed ntuples

comments: skimmed ntuples where all the cuts are applied are saved in susy machine

skimmed ntuples where all the cuts are applied are saved at

/susyraid1/home/liu/finalSkimmed/skims/ana_dis_ROOT_store/ref_disProd_directCuts_no_disBet_Cut_for_BF/fullData

codes to read skimmed ntuples are saved at

/home/jkim/readskimmed/liu

**Mar 17 2011**

topic: reading skimmed ntuples

comments: since Liu already made skimmed ntuples, I can use these ntuples and fit data. But since he changed name of four vectors of reference modes, I need to ask him which one is which.

d0m using different four vectors available in ccbar skimmed ntuple: mcOrNotMC.pdf

/home/jkim/readskimmed/liuv2/runall1

*d0=*Ks4VLab + *pi4VLab + *e4VLab

*d0= *mcKs4VLab + *mcPi4VLab + *mcE4VLab

**Mar 18 2011**

topic: disthinguishing true reference mode and not true refence mode in skimmed ccbar mc ntuple

comments: since there are no particle id and parent particle indices are not available in the skimmed ccbar mc ntuples, I need to find a way to disthinguish true reference mode and not true mode in skimmed ccbar mc ntuple

distribution of issig and ismatched in skimmed ccbar mc ntuple reading first 20000 entries: mctruthv2.pdf

/home/jkim/readskimmed/liuv3/runall2

**Mar 21 2011**

topic: fitting data using skimmed ntuples

comments: since skimmed ntuple were made by Liu I am going to use what he made.

fit residual using skimmed ntuples and issig: resHistResultv11.pdf

fit projection in one-dimensional distribtuions using kimmed ntuples and issig: fitProdv11.pdf

fit parameter using skimmed ntuples and issig: fitResultv11.txt

fit minuit log file using skimmed ntuples and issig: testv11.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGausSkim/runall47

**Mar 23 2011**

topic: reading skimmed ntuples

comments: using skimmed ntuple I was able to fit data with small chi2 but maybe not all selection cuts are applied in the skimmed ntuples. I need more study

d0m and delta mass one and two dimensiona distribution using bbbar skimmed mc ntuples for different ismatched when issig=0: bbbarSigOrBak.pdf

/home/jkim/readskimmed/liuismatchedv1/runall3

comments: entries in the d0m range using skimmed data ntuple is 4272337. But signal and background yield in one-dimensional d0m fitting is 530134 and 130488 with chi2=1.09 on Liu's bn page 118. I think there are a few selection cuts still need to be applied in the skimmed ntuple.

**Mar 24 2011**

topic: reading raw ntuples with a cut on pstar

comments: since disBet cut does not need to be applied to select reference mode, the only cut needs to be applied is a pstar cut on the raw ntuples I used to work with. But since peak region in data reference mode in Liu's fitting is identified as signal, I need to seperate ccbar partial and full match.

fit residual using unskimmed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match: resHistResultv12.pdf

fit projection in one-dimensional distributions using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match: fitProdv12.pdf

fit parameter using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match: fitResultv12.txt

fit minuit log file using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match: testv12.log

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGausPd0Skim/runall48

**Mar 31 2011**

topic: disthinguishing signal and background among mc components

comments: since I fitted data with different mc components, disthinguishing which one to be a part of signal and which one to be a part of background is needed to be done.

one dimensional and two dimensional distribution of each mc using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match: components.pdf

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/babarReportRadcGausPd0Skimv1/runall49

**Apr 01 2011**

topic: writing a brief description of our fit result

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested me to write a brief description of our fit in latex so that we can discuss our fit with Hongxuan.

brief description of our fit in latex: babarfit.pdf

/susyraid1/home/jkim/latexs/babar/fitresult/run

missing header files and a source code in /susyraid1/home/liu/codes/skims were given and saved at

/home/jkim/hongxuancode

comments: since it is many-chain process to obtain ann cut, I would still use Hongxuan's source code at /susyraid1/home/liu/codes/skims but add particle ids and parent indices so that I can classify monte carlos as I want. Implementing ann routine in my own source code is another option.

inputs in the ann

{D04VCM.M(), inKspie4VCM.Vect().Mag(), vtxtmpProb, vtxtmpProbBS, tmpSpiVtxProb, SphericityAll, R2All, ThrustMagAll, spectMass, spectAng, spectPMag, leadPMag, tmpQMissBetD0Constrn};
/susyraid1/home/liu/codes/skims/refModes.cxx

**Apr 04 2011**

topic: dstar cut

comments: Dr.Purohit suggested to take a look at ccbar and bbbar dstar distributions using reference and semileptonic mode both.

raw ntuple header files: ana.txt

ccbar and bbbar dstar distributions using reference and semileptonic mode raw ntuples: dstarv1.pdf

ccbar skimmed root file where dstar distributions are saved: skimresultccbar.root

bbbar skimmed root file where dstar distributions are saved: skimresultbbbar.root

/home/jkim/readnoskim/liuv4/runall2

**Apr 05 2011**

topic: studying semileptonic mode particle reconstruction

comments: since generated and reconstructed d0 momentum does not agree well for both in lab and beam restframe, I am going to study a kshort, a pion and a electron distributions and see whethere there is notable difference.

a kshort, a pion and a electron distributions of ccbar semileptonic mode reading 50000 events only before dst cut: dstarfv.pdf

/home/jkim/readnoskim/liuv5/runall3

comments: Dr.Park said it maybe necessary to apply kshort invariant mass cut on the reference and semileptonic modes so that we can eliminate combinatorial backgrounds

comments: Dr.Purohit and Dr.Park suggested me to

* study whethere 0.0108 GeV kshort invariant mass cut is legitimate

* for data and MC, make kshort invariant mass distribution, fit it. get sigma and then divide 0.0108 by sigma

* study why we have many zeros in the ccbar reference mode kshort distribution

* is mass constraint applied in level2 ntuples saved at /susyraid1/home/liu/finalSkimmed/skims/ana_dis_ROOT_store

comments: for ccbar semileptonic mode, data and mc does not agree well in the px and py because of acceptance problem

**Apr 06 2011**

topic: semileptonic mode kshort distribution

comments: generated and reconstructed kshort for ccbar semileptonic mode does not agree well. I need more study

generated and reconstructed ccbar semileptonic mode kshort distribution before dst cut: kshortfv.pdf

/home/jkim/readnoskim/liuv6/runall4

**Apr 13 2011**

topic: semileptonic mode kshort and dstar distirbution

comments: for kshort I was using a wrong ks index and I fixed it.

dstar momentum distributions for semileptonic and reference ccbar and bbbar in lab and beam restframe: dstarv2.pdf

/home/jkim/readnoskim/liuv7/runall5

source codes to make ntuples where ann is included is saved at

/babardata1/jkim/liu/skims

compile commands is saved at

/babardata1/jkim/liu/skims/compile.txt

once it compiled then go to test directory and then run

**Apr 14 2011**

topic: making ntuples with ann

comments: we made ntuples with ann and particle ids are included

ntuples are generated and saved at

/babardata1/jkim/liu/skims/test

ntuples are read and histograms are made at

/babardata1/jkim/readnoskim/liuv1

**Apr 18 2011**

topic: ann cut

comments: applying ann cut on reference mode needs to be studied

ccbar and bbbar mc ann reading 50000 reference modes using skimmed ntuples: ann.pdf

/babardata1/jkim/readnoskim/liuv2/runall1

comments: Dr. Purohit suggested me

* for ccbar reference modes, fit them and select only ones in the peak region and use them in signal yield and acceptance calculation

**Apr 21 2011**

topic: two-dimensional fit using mathematical functions

comments: after fitting data using different mc sets, each mc set needs to be fitted using mathematical functions such as a gaussian and a modified exponential function

codes to fit each mc set is saved at

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/fitrootminuit

**Apr 22 2011**

topic: two-dimensional roofit using RooProdPdf

comments: Dr.Park suggested me to

* for ccbar true and not true reference mode, see the delr of generated and reconstructed kshort and see whether it is appropriately identified

raw two dimensional fit result each mc component using three modified gaussian for sig and one modified exponential function for bak not ann cut applied: fitrawresult.txt

fraction of sig and bak yields in two dimensional fit for each mc component using three modified gaussian for sig and one modified exponential function for bak part not ann cut applied: fitratresult.txt

fraction of three gaussian sig, mean and sigma, and fraction of bak yield in two dimensional fit not ann cut applied: fitdetail.txt

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/tdrfit/runall48

ccbar reference mode produced: 3368917.0

ccbar semileptonic mode produced:20998473.0

ccbar reference mode acceptance: 0.15880 pm 0.00023

ccbar semileptonic mode acceptance: 0.07320 pm 0.00006

comments: using the ccbar referenece mode produced and accptance quoted in babar analysis document, we should have 534984 survived ccbar reference mode, but I am getting 808770 after the following cuts

cut table of ccbar reference mode using ntuples produced from refModes.cxx: cutccbar.txt

/babardata1/jkim/readnoskim/liuv3/runall2

**Apr 26 2011**

topic: two dimensional fit

comments: each mc histograms needs to be fitted using two dimensional functions such as a gaussian and a modified exponential function

Ryan's code where he did his fit on Phi and K* resonance is saved at

/home/white/analysis/workdir/bgdfitter/BackgroundFit.cc

code to do fit on each mc histograms using mathematical functions such as a gaussian and a modified exponential function using minuit is saved at

/susyraid1/home/jkim/analysis/15.8.0.2/CharmLv2NtupleMaker/fitrootminuit

**Apr 27 2011**

topic: kshort in background mc sets

comments: when not all particles are true kspipi, in principle we should not see a peak, but we are seeing a peak, so Dr. Park suggested me to do

* make delr distribution between reconstructed kshort and all the other particles

**May 02 2011**

topic: delr of generated and reconstructed kshort

comments: since we do observe a peak in partially matched ccbar mc, we are going to study delr of generated and reconstructed kshort

delr of generated and reconstructed kshort using ccbar mc: delrkshort.pdf

/babardata1/jkim/readnoskim/liuv5/runall3

different version of refModes.cxx to make skimmed ntuples are saved at

/babardata1/jkim/liu/skims/repository

cut table using ccbar mc with nref=1 cut: cutccbarnref.txt

/babardata1/jkim/nrefcut/liu/runall4

cut table using ccbar mc with mcType and isSig cuts: cutccbarmctypeissig.txt

/babardata1/jkim/nrefcut/liu/runall5

cut table using ccbar mc with ann, mcType and isSig cuts: cutccbarannmctypeissig.txt

/babardata1/jkim/nrefcut/liuv1/runall6

comments: Dr.park suggested me to do

* make kshort invariant mass distrubution using ccbar mc

**May 05 2011**

topic: fit reference mode data with an ann cut

comments: fitting reference mode data with an ann cut applied

fit reference mode data with an ann cut applied: fitresultann.txt

/babardata1/jkim/fit/fitref/runall1

fit summary of fitting each mc components with four gaussians and one modified exponential function: fitresultemc.txt

ratio of semileptonic and reference mode branching fraction using different mc sets included: bfratio.txt

/babardata1/jkim/fit/fitemc/runall1

**May 06 2011**

topic: branching fraction ratio of semileptonic and reference mode

comments: assuming that background contributions from bbbar and uds with ann cut on 0.98 or above is small, then we can asuume all data are signal yield and get the branching fraction of reference mode.

selection cut table for reference mode using data, ccbar, bbbar and uds mc: sumcut.txt

branching fraction ratio of semileptonic and reference mode with ann cut change: annbfratio.txt

code makes figure 68 on page 88 of your Babar analysis document uses fKeBinFitRes.root produced from five dimensional fit in

/babardata1/jkim/liu/fit

but we do not know which code does five dimensiona fit.
-- JaeKim - 14-Feb-2011

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txt | ana.txt | r1 | manage | 55.2 K | 2011-04-04 - 19:22 | JaeKim | raw ntuple header file |

ann.pdf | r1 | manage | 5.2 K | 2011-04-18 - 18:25 | JaeKim | ccbar and bbbar mc ann reading 50000 reference modes using skimmed ntuples | |

txt | annbfratio.txt | r1 | manage | 1.4 K | 2011-05-06 - 20:12 | JaeKim | branching fraction ratio of semileptonic and reference mode with ann cut change |

babarfit.pdf | r4 r3 r2 r1 | manage | 153.8 K | 2011-04-02 - 18:40 | JaeKim | brief description of our fit in latex | |

bbbarSigOrBak.pdf | r1 | manage | 132.5 K | 2011-03-22 - 16:47 | JaeKim | d0m and delta mass one and two dimensiona distribution using bbbar skimmed mc ntuples for different ismatched when issig=0 | |

txt | bfratio.txt | r2 r1 | manage | 0.6 K | 2011-05-06 - 18:08 | JaeKim | ratio of semileptonic and reference mode branching fraction using different mc sets included |

components.pdf | r4 r3 r2 r1 | manage | 96.9 K | 2011-04-01 - 17:27 | JaeKim | one dimensional and two dimensional distribution of each mc using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match | |

txt | cutccbar.txt | r2 r1 | manage | 0.3 K | 2011-04-23 - 01:05 | JaeKim | cut table of ccbar reference mode using ntuples produced from refModes.cxx |

txt | cutccbarannmctypeissig.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-05-02 - 21:21 | JaeKim | cut table using ccbar mc with ann, mcType and isSig cuts |

txt | cutccbarmctypeissig.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-05-02 - 21:10 | JaeKim | cut table using ccbar mc with mcType and isSig cuts |

txt | cutccbarnref.txt | r1 | manage | 0.3 K | 2011-05-02 - 19:51 | JaeKim | cut table using ccbar mc with nref=1 cut |

delrkshort.pdf | r1 | manage | 8.5 K | 2011-05-02 - 18:01 | JaeKim | delr of generated and reconstructed kshort using ccbar mc | |

dstarfv.pdf | r1 | manage | 39.8 K | 2011-04-06 - 17:10 | JaeKim | a kshort, a pion and a electron distributions of ccbar semileptonic mode reading 50000 events only before dst cut | |

dstarv1.pdf | r3 r2 r1 | manage | 14.6 K | 2011-04-04 - 22:16 | JaeKim | ccbar and bbbar dstar distributions using reference and semileptonic mode raw ntuples | |

dstarv2.pdf | r1 | manage | 14.5 K | 2011-04-13 - 17:27 | JaeKim | dstar momentum distributions for semileptonic and reference ccbar and bbbar in lab and beam restframe | |

fitProdv11.pdf | r2 r1 | manage | 5.4 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:44 | JaeKim | fit projection in one-dimensional distribtuions using kimmed ntuples and issig | |

fitProdv12.pdf | r1 | manage | 5.5 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:24 | JaeKim | fit projection in one-dimensional distributions using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match | |

fitProdv8.pdf | r1 | manage | 5.3 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:30 | JaeKim | fit projection in one-dimensional distribtuions including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing and a correct pull | |

fitResRadcv3.pdf | r1 | manage | 20.9 K | 2011-02-18 - 18:32 | JaeKim | fit residual including radiative correction MC histogram | |

txt | fitResultv11.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:44 | JaeKim | fit parameter using skimmed ntuples and issig |

txt | fitResultv12.txt | r1 | manage | 0.5 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:23 | JaeKim | fit parameter using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match |

txt | fitResultv6.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-02-23 - 17:16 | JaeKim | fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections and a gaus are included |

txt | fitResultv7.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-02-24 - 16:52 | JaeKim | fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included |

txt | fitResultv8.txt | r1 | manage | 0.4 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:29 | JaeKim | fit parameter using minuit when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included and a correct pull |

txt | fitdetail.txt | r1 | manage | 1.3 K | 2011-04-22 - 21:58 | JaeKim | fraction of three gaussian sig, mean and sigma, and fraction of bak yield in two dimensional fit not ann cut applied |

txt | fitratresult.txt | r1 | manage | 0.8 K | 2011-04-22 - 21:57 | JaeKim | fraction of sig and bak yields in two dimensional fit for each mc component using three modified gaussian for sig and one modified exponential function for bak part not ann cut applied |

txt | fitrawresult.txt | r1 | manage | 0.8 K | 2011-04-22 - 21:57 | JaeKim | raw two-dimensional fit result each mc component using three modified gaussian for sig and one modified exponential function for bak not ann cut applied |

txt | fitresultann.txt | r2 r1 | manage | 0.5 K | 2011-05-06 - 18:07 | JaeKim | fit reference mode data with an ann cut applied |

txt | fitresultemc.txt | r2 r1 | manage | 3.8 K | 2011-05-06 - 18:08 | JaeKim | fit summary of fitting each mc components with four gaussians and one modified exponential function |

kshortfv.pdf | r1 | manage | 11.0 K | 2011-04-07 - 17:21 | JaeKim | generated and reconstructed ccbar semileptonic mode kshort distribution before dst cut | |

mcOrNotMC.pdf | r2 r1 | manage | 6.8 K | 2011-03-17 - 18:45 | JaeKim | d0m using different four vectors available in ccbar skimmed ntuple | |

mctruthv2.pdf | r1 | manage | 6.2 K | 2011-03-18 - 17:18 | JaeKim | distribution of issig and ismatched in skimmed ccbar mc ntuple reading first 20000 entries | |

pd0boosted.pdf | r3 r2 r1 | manage | 5.1 K | 2011-03-02 - 20:01 | JaeKim | pd0 in lab and beam rest frame using Babar data | |

pd0boostedv1.pdf | r1 | manage | 5.1 K | 2011-03-08 - 01:17 | JaeKim | pd0 in lab and beam rest frame using full babar data | |

pd0datav1.pdf | r1 | manage | 44.2 K | 2011-03-08 - 01:15 | JaeKim | d0mq one and two dimensional distributions pd0 not applied and applied with total entries quoted | |

pd0mccut.pdf | r2 r1 | manage | 13.6 K | 2011-03-02 - 20:34 | JaeKim | pd0 in lab and beam frame using ccbar and bbbar refmode MC | |

piqResultv5.pdf | r1 | manage | 14.1 K | 2011-02-22 - 18:30 | JaeKim | pions in the refmode vs q in two-dimensional histogram | |

radcResult.pdf | r1 | manage | 1337.1 K | 2011-02-14 - 20:58 | JaeKim | ccbar Refmode, radiative correction on ccbar Refmode and ccbar not Refmode MC in two-dimensional histograms | |

resHistResultv11.pdf | r6 r5 r4 r3 r2 | manage | 85.5 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:10 | JaeKim | fit residual using skimmed ntuples and issig | |

resHistResultv12.pdf | r1 | manage | 82.8 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:23 | JaeKim | fit residual using unskimmed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match | |

resHistResultv4.pdf | r1 | manage | 28.6 K | 2011-02-21 - 22:44 | JaeKim | fit residual including corrected radiative correction MC histogram | |

resHistResultv5.pdf | r2 r1 | manage | 29.1 K | 2011-02-23 - 17:08 | JaeKim | fit residual including radiative corrections where an energy cut on two pions applied | |

resHistResultv6.pdf | r1 | manage | 85.7 K | 2011-02-23 - 17:16 | JaeKim | fit residual including radiative corrections and a gaus | |

resHistResultv7.pdf | r1 | manage | 85.7 K | 2011-02-24 - 16:52 | JaeKim | fit residual including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing | |

resHistResultv8.pdf | r4 r3 r2 r1 | manage | 86.1 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:08 | JaeKim | fit residual including radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing and a correct pull | |

root | skimresultbbbar.root | r1 | manage | 162.2 K | 2011-04-05 - 01:41 | JaeKim | bbbar skimmed root file where dstar distributions are saved |

root | skimresultccbar.root | r1 | manage | 166.6 K | 2011-04-05 - 01:41 | JaeKim | ccbar skimmed root file where dstar distributions are saved |

txt | sumcut.txt | r1 | manage | 0.6 K | 2011-05-06 - 20:12 | JaeKim | selection cut table for reference mode using data, ccbar, bbbar and uds mc |

log | testchi2.log | r1 | manage | 1.7 K | 2011-02-16 - 22:15 | JaeKim | chi2 as a function of d0mq mean value shift in two-dimensional fit: |

log | testv11.log | r1 | manage | 31.8 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:43 | JaeKim | fit minuit log file using skimmed ntuples and issig |

log | testv12.log | r1 | manage | 38.3 K | 2011-03-24 - 21:24 | JaeKim | fit minuit log file using unskimed ntuples with a pstar cut and ccbar in partial and full match |

log | testv3.log | r1 | manage | 56.8 K | 2011-02-18 - 18:32 | JaeKim | fit parameters using minuit when radiative correction included |

log | testv4.log | r1 | manage | 35.6 K | 2011-02-21 - 22:43 | JaeKim | fit parameters using minuit when corrected radiative correction included |

log | testv5.log | r1 | manage | 35.6 K | 2011-02-23 - 17:08 | JaeKim | fit parameters using minuit when radiative corrections where an energy cut on two pions applied |

log | testv6.log | r1 | manage | 40.5 K | 2011-02-23 - 17:16 | JaeKim | fit minuit log file when radiative corrections and a gaus are included |

log | testv7.log | r1 | manage | 40.5 K | 2011-02-24 - 16:53 | JaeKim | fit minuit log file when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included |

log | testv8.log | r2 r1 | manage | 40.5 K | 2011-03-23 - 16:29 | JaeKim | fit minuit log file when radiative corrections, a gaus and a smoothing are included and a correct pull |

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