# Difference: AnalysisTaskListOct15 (1 vs. 7)

#### Revision 72011-04-21 - PeterWinter

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-- 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

## Addressed during week of 10/8/2008

• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• y vs nContEH : see this elog and 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 and 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
• Check auxptr and TTwoLine info in the mustop tree (for visualization on event display and observe available chi-square information)
• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
• Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
• Compare the muplus fits to the muminus
• i peter refines the 7-parameter fit
• make use of the par-scan macros
• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• run shrub level
• add to the main mta analysis
• Define the nExEL variable for nIslands > 1 (currently no extra EL pixel information is collected)
• NExEL for island i = (nExEL - sum EL in all real islands)
• Consider using IsNotAlone for cuts
• Peter W. asks for cvs update with new shrub additions (best entrance flag, HasBestEntranceIgnoringSparks(), etc)
• 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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#### Revision 62008-10-15 - BrendanKiburg

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## Addressed during week of 10/8/2008

• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
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• y vs nContEH : see this elog
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• y vs nContEH : see this elog and this elog

• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
Changed:
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• lambda vs gondola | nContEH : see this elog
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• lambda vs gondola | nContEH : see this elog and 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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• 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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#### Revision 52008-10-14 - BrendanKiburg

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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

#### Revision 42008-10-09 - BrendanKiburg

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-- BrendanKiburg - 08 Oct 2008

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

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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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• Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
• Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?

• 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
>
>
• Check auxptr and TTwoLine info in the mustop tree (for visualization on event display and observe available chi-square information)

• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
• Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
• Compare the muplus fits to the muminus
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• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• run shrub level
• add to the main mta analysis
>
>
• Define the nExEL variable for nIslands > 1 (currently no extra EL pixel information is collected)
• NExEL for island i = (nExEL - sum EL in all real islands)
• Consider using IsNotAlone for cuts
• Peter W. asks for cvs update with new shrub additions (best entrance flag, HasBestEntranceIgnoringSparks(), etc)

## 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

• Need to perform a monte carlo to understand the banks bump equivalent for the LESS mode
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#### Revision 32008-10-08 - BrendanKiburg

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-- BrendanKiburg - 08 Oct 2008

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

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# Questions Generated from recent teleconference

• Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
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• Use the event display to examine nExEL >= 16. Are these scatters, sparks, something else?

• Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
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• 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

• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
• Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
• Compare the muplus fits to the muminus

#### Revision 22008-10-08 - BrendanKiburg

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 META TOPICPARENT name="MuCapRun11"
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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

Changed:
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1. Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
2. Use the event display to examine nExEL >= 16. Are these scatters, sparks, something else?
3. Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
4. Repeat the nExEL scan with a cut on the fit to the extra EL pointing/not pointing to the stop
5. Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
6. Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
7. Compare the muplus fits to the muminus i peter refines the 7-parameter fit ii make use of the par-scan macros
8. make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH) i run shrub level ii add to the main mta analysis
>
>
• Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
• Use the event display to examine nExEL >= 16. Are these scatters, sparks, something else?
• Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
• Repeat the nExEL scan with a cut on the fit to the extra EL pointing/not pointing to the stop
• Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
• Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
• Compare the muplus fits to the muminus
• i peter refines the 7-parameter fit
• make use of the par-scan macros
• make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH)
• run shrub level
• add to the main mta analysis

Changed:
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1. Need to perform a monte carlo to understand the banks bump equivalent for the LESS mode
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• Need to perform a monte carlo to understand the banks bump equivalent for the LESS mode

#### Revision 12008-10-08 - BrendanKiburg

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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

1. Resolve the difference between lambda vs nExEL | nContEH = 1 and lambda vs nCont = 1 | nExEL <=18
2. Use the event display to examine nExEL >= 16. Are these scatters, sparks, something else?
3. Use the event display to examine nContEH >= 8. Are these real or do they have funny topologies?
4. Repeat the nExEL scan with a cut on the fit to the extra EL pointing/not pointing to the stop
5. Check hypothesis that the decay modifies the nContEH part of the track by making requirements that the Michel is upward going
6. Dave suggests that making plots versus theta (or gondola z), rather than just phi
7. Compare the muplus fits to the muminus i peter refines the 7-parameter fit ii make use of the par-scan macros
8. make simple, spatial plots (x,y,z vs, nExEL, nContEH) i run shrub level ii add to the main mta analysis