# Difference: AnalysisTaskListOct15 (4 vs. 5)

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 META TOPICPARENT name="MuCapRun11"
-- BrendanKiburg - 08 Oct 2008

The idea here is to list open questions, outline the proposed method for answering the questions, and prioritize the tasks.

# Questions Generated from recent teleconference

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## Addressed during week of 10/8/2008

• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• y vs nContEH : see this elog
• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
• lambda vs gondola | nContEH : see this elog

• Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
• event display for nContEH >= 8: here
• Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
• Determine how the head cut is stored
• Answer: IsTrack() and other oneline fits, etc only stored when el_max - eh_max is small enough

## Remain Open

• Use the event display to examine nExEL >= 16. Are these scatters, sparks, something else?
• Repeat the nExEL scan with a cut on the fit to the extra EL pointing/not pointing to the stop
• This involves setting up some simple 2nd-level tracking to fit the extra pixels
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## Addressed during week of 10/8/2008

• Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• y vs nContEH : see this elog
• Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
• event display for nContEH >= 8: here
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• Simple 1 parameter model to show how distortion for a given gondola for n nContEH depends on the relative statistics in bin n and n-1
• gond:dt:nContEH | angle of decay electron (upstream vs downstream)
• gond:dt:nContEH | angle of decay elec | y_stop height

• Need to perform a monte carlo to understand the banks bump equivalent for the LESS mode

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