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MCLimits Fitting Code: Tool for Measuring Sensitivity

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  To run the mclimits package, you need to produce a file which prepares the inputs to mclimits. This is what tchan* is an example of, however these examples require some specific root files that don't come along with the tarball. As such, and a simple example is provided here.
To run the code:

> root

> .x ttH_massDistribution_Example.C

ttH_massDistribution_Example.C - this is the 'driver' code effectively for MCLIMITS. It defines the input to mclimits and which methods from mclimits should be run.


Useful Output

The outcomes from the MCLimits code is heavily dependent on the methods which are selected and run. However there are a set of standard outputs that are of use when doing a hypothesis test, and assessing sensitivity. These are detailed here.

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