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Introduction

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  Get a file named listMCFiles.lst that lists all the montecarlo background input files to RunHistMaker. This can usually be found on eos. (I got it from /eos/atlas/user/g/gfacini/Hbb/Pub2014/SFrame/2012/NTuple_20140119/listMCFiles.lst)
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The run
 source scripts/tar_area.sh SomeName_v0.0 
This creates a directory of that name in ~/work. You then do
 source scripts/setup2012.sh 
. This file can be edited to decide which systematics to inclue. For none just set the systematic to Nominal. This will submit all the jobs to the batch and will return the output to your eos directory named something like /eos/atlas/user/p/pmullen/Hbb/Pub2014/histMaker/2012.
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The run
 source scripts/tar_area.sh SomeName_v0.0 

This creates a directory of that name in ~/work. You then do

 source scripts/submit2012.sh 

. This file can be edited to decide which systematics to inclue. For none just set the systematic to Nominal. This will submit all the jobs to the batch and will return the output to your eos directory named something like /eos/atlas/user/p/pmullen/Hbb/Pub2014/histMaker/2012.

  (Note: When the directory is tarred it creates a file called scripts/run_now.txt that has Some_Name_v0.0 in it and the Submit2012.sh script looks in this text file for the name of the tarball to use for the submission)
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The next step is to calculate the MJ scale factors and scale the plots accordingly. To do this run
 ./RunPlotMaker -config ./configs/plot.config -MJScales 
 
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The next step is to calculate the MJ scale factors and scale the plots accordingly. To do this run
 ./RunPlotMaker -config ./configs/plot.config -MJScales 
 (Note: To make a basic set of plots now do ./RunPlotMaker -config ./configs/plot.config)
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to calculate the scale factory then run
 ./RunPlotMaker -config ./configs/plot.config -CheckForFiles 
to make sure all the required files are present.(Note: This will not check the files are of a reasonable size so if something went wrong but the file was returned as empty it will think nothing is wrong)
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to calculate the scale factory then run
 ./RunPlotMaker -config ./configs/plot.config -CheckForFiles 

to make sure all the required files are present.(Note: This will not check the files are of a reasonable size so if something went wrong but the file was returned as empty it will think nothing is wrong)

  Next we do
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source scripts/tar_area.sh SomeName_v0.0_LimitFile
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source scripts/submitInputFile.sh plot.config datestamp_SomeName_v0.0_LimitFile
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source scripts/submitInputFile.sh plot.config datestamp_SomeName_v0.0_LimitFile
  This tars the files and sends them off to the batch to scale the plots using the calculated scale factors. (Note: You do not need configs/plot.config just plot.config as the bash script that untars the file on the batch will take care of prepending configs/)
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 (Note: You do not need configs/plot.config just plot.config as the bash script that untars the file on the batch will take care of prepending configs/)

When thi is done you can do

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./RunPlotMaker -config ./config/plot.config -NominalLimitFile
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./RunPlotMaker -config ./config/plot.config -LimitFile
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./RunPlotMaker -config ./config/plot.config -LimitFile
  This will produce a limit file.
 
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