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 Process_3_0 QCD:Semileptonic
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FlatStackInputSteer.txt / FlatStackInputSteerLog.txt

These files create the stacked input plots. FlatStackInputSteer.txt creates plots with a linear y-scale, FlatStackInputSteerLog.txt is with a log y-scale. Comments are within the file to explain the meaning of a few parameters.

 

genemflat_batch_Complete2_SL5.sh

genemflat creates the file TMVAsteer.txt, which sets a number of parameters for the running of the ANN - the constraints on the events, the precise Neural Net structure and so on - for establishing the input files, we are interested in only a couple of these parameters:

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 The log file from Computentp -- more information about the information contained within it is found here
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    stackedinput/StackInput/tth120

    A collection of root files and eps files showing pretty stacked plots of all the input variables.

  •  trees/NNInputs_120.root

    The output from Computentp - it is a copy of all of the input datasets, with the addition of the variables TrainWeight and weight.

     
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