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NAME


hist2workspace - utility to create RooFit/RooStats workspace from histograms

SYNOPSIS


hist2workspace [option] input.xml

DESCRIPTION


hist2workspace is a utility to create RooFit/RooStats workspace from histograms

OPTIONS


-standard_form default model, which creates an extended PDF that interpolates between
RooHistFuncs. This is much faster for models with many bins and uses significantly less
memory.
-number_counting_form this was the original model in 5.28 (without patches). It uses a
Poisson for each bin of the histogram. This can become slow and memory intensive when
there are many bins.

Prepare working area


The ROOT release ships with a script prepareHistFactory in the $ROOTSYS/bin directory that
prepares a working area. It creates a results/, data/, and config/ directory. It also
copies the HistFactorySchema.dtd and example XML files into the config/ directory.
Additionally, it copies a root file into the data/ directory for use with the examples.

HistFactorySchema.dtd


This file is located in $ROOTSYS/etc/ specifies the XML schema. It is typically placed in
the config/ directory of a working area together with the top-level XML file and the
individual channel XML files. The user should not modify this file.
The HistFactorySchema.dtd is commented to specify exactly the meaning of the various
options.

Top-Level XML File


(see for example $ROOTSYS/tutorials/histfactory/example.xml) This file is edited by the
user. It specifies
- A top level 'Combination' that is composed of:
- several 'Channels', which are described in separate XML files.
- several 'Measurements' (corresponding to a full fit of the model) each of which
specifies
- a name for this measurement to be used in tables and files
- what is the luminosity associated to the measurement in picobarns
- which bins of the histogram should be used
- what is the relative uncertainty on the luminosity
- what is (are) the parameter(s) of interest that will be measured
- which parameters should be fixed/floating (eg. nuisance parameters)
- which type of constriants are desired - Gaussian by default - Gamma,
LogNormal, and Uniform are also supported
- if the tool should export the model only and skip the default fit

Channel XML Files


(see for example $ROOTSYS/tutorials/histfactory/example_channel.xml) This file is edited
by the user. It specifies for each channel
- observed data
- if absent the tool will use the expectation, which is useful for expected sensitivity
- several 'Samples' (eg. signal, bkg1, bkg2, ...), each of which has:
- a name
- if the sample is normalized by theory (eg N = L*sigma) or not (eg. data driven)
- a nominal expectation histogram
- a named 'Normalization Factor' (which can be fixed or allowed to float in a fit)
- several 'Overall Systematics' in normalization with:
- a name
- +/- 1 sigma variations (eg. 1.05 and 0.95 for a 5% uncertainty)
- several 'Histogram Systematics' in shape with:
- a name (which can be shared with the OverallSyst if correlated)
- +/- 1 sigma variational histograms

ORIGINAL AUTHORS


Kyle Cranmer , Akira Shibata , and Dominique Tardif

COPYRIGHT


This library is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of
the GNU Lesser General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; either
version 2.1 of the License, or (at your option) any later version.

This library is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY;
without even the implied warranty of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
See the GNU Lesser General Public License for more details.

You should have received a copy of the GNU Lesser General Public License along with this
library; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin St, Fifth Floor,
Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA

DEC. 2010 HISTTOWORKSPACE(1)

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