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This tutorial is closed to ATLAS, and will have an informal workshop-like feel.
We will do our best to broadcast over EVO, but the room does not have a nice setup for that.
BRING YOUR LAPTOP!
In the afternoon, there is time for small groups to work on using the tools for real world analyses. So bring your histograms, ntuples, and questions.
We will broadcast to EVO, but the room isn't really designed for it, so no promises.
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RooStats Tutorial I
Introduction to RooStats: Philosophy, Design, and Resources40m
HistFactory: A tool for building Models from template histograms30m
Running the HistFactory example20m
Running standard tools on model prepared by HistFactory30m
Detailed guide through tutorial scripts in ROOT 5.281h
Hands On "workshop"
This is time to discuss and begin using the tools. Several analyses are attempting to migrate to use the HistFactory and the RooStats tools, so bring your histograms and ntuples and let's try to make some progress. Small groups are encouraged.
Validation examples from Higgs Combination Group (transitioning from MCLimit)30m
Hands-on Example: Reproducing the ATLAS ttbar combination30m
Discussion on where developers are needed20m
Discussion on how to use tools for existing ATLAS analyses.30m
Working session : individuals or small groups working on real analyses or studies2h 10m