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Data Samples

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Samples & Cross-Sections

 
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For all the Latest Samples and Cross-Sections Please go to the Page I made Here.

The first two digits of the 6 digit code after mc08 (for example) implies the COM energy of the sample:

10 = 10 TeV 00 = 14 TeV

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mc08.105603.Pythia_Zprime_ee_SSM1000.recon.AOD.e352_s462_r541
mc08.105624.Pythia_Zprime_ee_SSM1500.recon.AOD.e357_s462_r541

Graviton

@ 10 TeV

mc08.105616.Pythia_Gee_300.recon.AOD.e355_s462_r541

Release E CM G* Mass k/Mpl N Evts xsec x BR
14.1.0 10 TeV 300 GeV 0.01 5 000 834 fb
14.1.0 10 TeV 500 GeV 0.01 5 000 79 fb
14.1.0 10 TeV 750 GeV 0.05 5 000 257 fb
14.1.0 10 TeV 1000 GeV 0.05 5 000 54.4 fb
14.1.0 10 TeV 1400 GeV 0.05 5 000 7.7 fb

@ 7 TeV

Release E CM G* Mass k/Mpl N Evts xsec x BR
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 300 GeV 0.01 5 000 521.6 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 500 GeV 0.01 5 000 40.46 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 800 GeV 0.01 5 000 2.996 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1000 GeV 0.01 5 000 0.7839 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 500 GeV 0.03 5 000 369.5 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 800 GeV 0.03 5 000 26.98 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1000 GeV 0.03 5 000 6.925 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 700 GeV 0.05 5 000 163.7 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1000 GeV 0.05 5 000 19.42 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1250 GeV 0.05 5 000 4.567 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1500 GeV 0.05 5 000 1.324 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 800 GeV 0.1 5 000 298.2 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1000 GeV 0.1 5 000 77.34 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1250 GeV 0.1 5 000 18.38 fb
15.6.1.7 7 TeV 1500 GeV 0.1 5 000 5.288 fb

Drell-Yan

@ 10 TeV

mc08.105417.Pythia_DYee_75M120.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078079
mc08.105418.Pythia_DYee_120M250.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078080
mc08.105419.Pythia_DYee_250M400.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078081
mc08.105420.Pythia_DYee_400M600.merge.AOD.e447_s495_r635_t53_tid078870
mc08.105421.Pythia_DYee_600M800.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078083
mc08.105422.Pythia_DYee_800M1000.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078084
mc08.105423.Pythia_DYee_1000M1250.recon.AOD.e447_s495_r635_tid078085

@ 7 TeV

mc09_7TeV.105417.Pythia_DYee_75M120.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105418.Pythia_DYee_120M250.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105419.Pythia_DYee_250M400.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105420.Pythia_DYee_400M600.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105421.Pythia_DYee_600M800.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105422.Pythia_DYee_800M1000.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105423.Pythia_DYee_1000M1250.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105424.Pythia_DYee_1250M1500.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105425.Pythia_DYee_1500M1750.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105426.Pythia_DYee_1750M2000.merge.AOD.e526_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/

TTbar

mc09_7TeV.106201.TTbar_McAtNlo_Jimmy_170GeV.merge.AOD.e522_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/

Z+Jets

mc09_7TeV.106046.PythiaZee_no_filter.merge.AOD.e468_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/

W+Jets

mc09_7TeV.106043.PythiaWenu_no_filter.merge.AOD.e468_s765_s767_r1207_r1210/

Di-Jet

mc09_7TeV.105012.J3_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105011.J2_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105009.J0_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105014.J5_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105010.J1_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105013.J4_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/ mc09_7TeV.105015.J6_pythia_jetjet.merge.AOD.e468_s766_s767_r1206_r1210/

Cross Sections

There is a useful site from the top group which lists the correct cross sections for many of the mc09 samples, it can be found here:

Cross-Sections

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We maintain a list of Samples and all relevant information on This Page
 

How To Make a MC Production Request

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Setup Area

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First of all, you need to setup your work area, this is best done on lxplus. Make your cmthome area and download a package to work in such as UserAnalysis. This is explained how to do so on the coding tips and tricks page. I am writing here assuming the use of 15.6.1, with the setup -tag=AtlasProduction,15.6.1.7,setup,runtime,opt,32.
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Get joboptions files to use/modify

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> get_files csc_genAtlfastTwoStep08_trf.py (Only for MC8)
> get_files csc_evgenTruthJetMet08_trf.py (Only for MC8)
> get_files jobOptions.pythia.py
> get_files Evgen_trf.py (Importantly for MC9)

Then you are ready to make your first sample, but first you have a choice. If you want truth, jet, and missing et information in your sample you should use:

> csc_evgenTruthJetMet08_trf.py 1 1 5000 1 MC8.000001.template.py evgen.pool.root sampleB.AOD.pool.root

However if you only need the normal information (which is all that is generally needed for validation plots, and I recommend), use:

> csc_genAtlfastTwoStep08_trf.py 1 1 5000 1 MC8.000001.template.py evgen.pool.root atlfast.AOD.pool.root genfast.NTUP.pool.root

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Most importantly for MC9, you should use Evgen_trf.py, you can type this with the -h command after to see what the following tags mean, but to summarise in order they are; CentreOfMassE / RunNumber (Has to match your jobOption) / Starting Event / Number of Events / Random 10 Digit Seed / JobOptions / Output Filename.
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  In Reality if you ONLY want the Electron Container information etc without Jet Info and other things, then you only need to run the EvgenCorrAtlfast_trf.py.
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> Evgen_trf.py 7000 0700000 1 5000 1234567812 MC9.0700000.Pythia_Gee01_1000.py Output.pool.root

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Note here, that MC8.000001.template.py is your joboptions file, and 5000, is the number of events you are going to make in your sample. The other file names are your output. I would recommend redirecting these to your tmp directory on lxplus as they can be 100mb big or so. Just remember to send them to linappserv1 or somewhere before you next log off so they don't disappear!
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Making Validation Plots & Collecting Information

The next step is to take one of your no doubt already existing analysis programs, and strip it down so all it does it create plots of basic things like the, et spectrum, eta spectrum, and invariant mass, as an example. Apply no cuts, as you just want to see what the sample looks like. Save these plots, and include them with all the other information that you will eventually upload.

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Finishing up

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  First of all you have to have set up most of the above steps, i.e. you need to:
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  • Install an area to run over your test sample and make validation plots, i.e. Pt, Eta, and InvMass Histograms.
  • Copy this Macro to the run directory of the above.
  • Follow the steps below.
 
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