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ROOT Histograms in Python

ROOT is a data analysis framework developed by CERN that is well-suited for the analysis of certain large scientific data sets such as particle collision events and astronomical data. One useful ROOT feature are the histograms. A simple program that histograms 100,000 Gaussian random numbers is shown here: It’s output is shown here: A second […]

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ROOT’s TLorentzVector Class in Python

ROOT is a data analysis framework developed by CERN that is well-suited for the analysis of certain large scientific data sets such as particle collision events and astronomical data. One useful part of ROOT is their TLorentzVector class—objects that store and can work with relativistic four-vectors such as the space-time 4-vector or the energy-momentum 4-vector. […]

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