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Hoi,

in the following, blindly fitted  BRBR in different setups. My default
values are  a bit smaller than  Daniele's, they are  very similar when
using kaon PidKilling.

Envelope  plots  are  shown  for  smearing/no smearing  and  for  kaon
pidkilling turned  on/off. The variations  are in general  small, they
are (best?) visible  in the ratio plots. I am not  sure about the best
visual display option  for these envelope plots, apart  from that they
(and the rest of data/MC comparison) are ready to go into the BAD.

Cheers,
--U.



1. Fitted blind BRBR on data: 
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By default, smearing is on  as currently implemented in recoilNtp. The
variation between the two selection schemes is marginal. The variation
when  changing from the  Beta level  electron pidkilling  to recoilNtp
electron pidkilling is very small as well. Switching on recoilNtp kaon
pidkilling changes the result by  +10%.  I have not yet understood the
pattern  observed when  shifting  the PidTables  by  +/-1sigma of  the
statistical error (in the PidTables). 

GTVL/AS                              0.0183+-0.0036
GTVL/AS, unsmeared                   0.0187+-0.0036
 
CT/AS                                0.0189+-0.0039
CT/AS, unsmeared                     0.0189+-0.0039

GTVL/AS, redo El PidKilling          0.0187+-0.0036
GTVL/AS, redo El PidKilling +1sigma  0.0184+-0.0036
GTVL/AS, redo El PidKilling -1sigma  0.0183+-0.0036

GTVL/AS, redo Ka PidKilling          0.0206+-0.0037
GTVL/AS, redo Ka PidKilling +1sigma  0.0200+-0.0037
GTVL/AS, redo Ka PidKilling -1sigma  0.0193+-0.0036


2. Envelope plots
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Smeared/Not smeared: 

electron spectrum: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-e1020.eps
muon spectrum:     http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-m1020.eps
Track  spectrum:   http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a1610.eps
Neutrals spectrum: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a1810.eps

Qtot:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a4320.eps
Ntrk:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a4020.eps
Nnut:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a4120.eps
 
Mxhad:             http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a2020.eps
Mxhadfit:          http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a2420.eps

MM2:               http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a3020.eps
|p_miss|:          http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a2720.eps
|theta_miss|:      http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/smearNosmear-a2620.eps


With and without kaon killing
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electron spectrum: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-e1020.eps
muon spectrum:     http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-m1020.eps
Track  spectrum:   http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a1610.eps
Neutrals spectrum: http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a1810.eps

Qtot:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a4320.eps
Ntrk:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a4020.eps
Nnut:              http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a4120.eps
 
Mxhad:             http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a2020.eps
Mxhadfit:          http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a2420.eps

MM2:               http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a3020.eps
|p_miss|:          http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a2720.eps
|theta_miss|:      http://www.slac.stanford.edu/~ursl/talks/061302/kaonKilling-a2620.eps