This ROOTbook produces a plot of the dimuon spectrum starting from a subset of the CMS collision events of Run2010B.

Dataset Reference:

McCauley, T. (2014). Dimuon event information derived from the Run2010B public Mu dataset. CERN Open Data Portal. DOI: 10.7483/OPENDATA.CMS.CB8H.MFFA.

In [1]:

```
import ROOT
```

A little extra: JavaScript visualisation. This command will become a magic very soon.

In [2]:

```
%jsroot on
```

First of all we convert the csv file into ROOT format, i.e. filling up a TTree data structure. But first of all we uncompress it if it's not.

In [5]:

```
inputFileName = 'MuRun2010B.csv'
import os
if not os.path.exists(inputFileName):
import urllib2
response = urllib2.urlopen('https://raw.githubusercontent.com/dpiparo/swanExamples/master/notebooks/MuRun2010B.csv')
filecontent = response.read()
with open(inputFileName,"w") as f_out:
f_out.write(filecontent)
```

In [6]:

```
dimuons = ROOT.TTree("MuonPairs","MuonPairs")
dimuons.ReadFile(inputFileName)
```

Out[6]:

Now we create an histogram to hold the invariant mass values. In order to loop on the TTree rows, we use the TTree::Draw method: this is the most straightforward way in which you can loop on a N-tuple in ROOT.

**Notice that the plot is an interactive JavaScript based visualisation**: you can zoom on the resonances to better inspect the result.

In [7]:

```
invMass = ROOT.TH1F("invMass","CMS Opendata: #mu#mu mass;#mu#mu mass [GeV];Events",512, 2, 110)
invMassFormula = "sqrt((E1 + E2)^2 - ((px1 + px2)^2 + (py1 + py2)^2 + (pz1 + pz2)^2))"
cut = "Q1*Q2==-1"
c = ROOT.TCanvas()
dimuons.Draw(invMassFormula + " >> invMass",cut,"hist")
c.SetLogx()
c.SetLogy()
c.Draw()
```

That might have been too fast. We now make the analysis above more explicit producing a plot also for the J/Psi particle.

In [8]:

```
from math import sqrt
invMass = ROOT.TH1F("Spectrum","Subset of CMS Run 2010B;#mu#mu mass [GeV];Events",1024, 2, 110)
jpsiLow = 2.95
jspiHigh = 3.25
jpsi = ROOT.TH1F("jpsi","Subset of CMS Run 2010B: J/#psi window;#mu#mu mass [GeV];Events",128, jpsiLow, jspiHigh)
for e in dimuons: # a loop on the events
if e.Q1 * e.Q2 != -1:
continue
m2 = (e.E1 + e.E2)**2 - ((e.px1 + e.px2)**2 + (e.py1 + e.py2)**2 + (e.pz1 + e.pz2)**2)
m = sqrt(m2)
invMass.Fill(m)
if m < jspiHigh and m > jpsiLow:
jpsi.Fill(m)
```

Now time to draw our plot: this time we will inline an image in the notebook. We will plot on the same canvas the full spectrum and the zoom in the J/psi particle.

In [9]:

```
dualCanvas = ROOT.TCanvas("DualCanvas","DualCanvas",800,512)
dualCanvas.Divide(2,1)
leftPad = dualCanvas.cd(1)
leftPad.SetLogx()
leftPad.SetLogy()
invMass.Draw("Hist")
dualCanvas.cd(2)
jpsi.Draw("HistP")
dualCanvas.Draw()
```