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Christopher Backhouse, 05/26/2017 04:56 PM
Some basic orientation information about the nue 2017 analysis

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h1. Reproducing the nue 2017 Analysis results
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h2. Datasets
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Of course the details of all datasets are always available on "the official datasets page":http://nusoft.fnal.gov/nova/production/production3/index.html, but these are the key concat datasets you're most likely to start with:
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* @prod_sumdecaf_R17-03-01-prod3reco.d_nd_genie_nonswap_fhc_nova_v08_full_v1_nue2017@
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* @prod_sumdecaf_R17-03-01-prod3reco.d_nd_numi_fhc_full_v1_goodruns_nue2017@
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h2. Central weights
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All plots should be using these weights, which adjust the flux and cross-sections to our central tunes:
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<pre>kPPFXFluxCVWgt * kXSecCVWgt2017</pre>
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h2. Selections
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As selection cuts are finalized they're added to "NueCuts2017.h":https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/projects/novaart/repository/entry/trunk/CAFAna/Cuts/NueCuts2017.h
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The best default for other cuts for now is probably whatever was used "in the second analysis":https://cdcvs.fnal.gov/redmine/projects/novaart/repository/entry/trunk/CAFAna/Cuts/NueCutsSecondAna.h