2020-11-05 scattering author's meeting¶
14:00 GMT on Thursday 5th November 2020 (UK is now on winter time)
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- Explicitly mention that a large systematic error is taken for TOF resolution when talking about TOF correction in sampling.
- Explicitly mention that a large systematic error is taken for TOF resolution when discussing momentum residuals plots.
- Add further clarification on chi^2 cut - specifically, TKU only is used in the sample selection. Events which have a bad TKD chi^2 are sent to the overflow bin and considered to be inefficiency.
- Be clear on fig. 12 and 13 - in these figures, a position correction has not been done but an angle correction has been done.
- Clarify which method is used to do the alignment correction (mean angle)
- Add stats box to fig. 18(d)
- Why is there a big different between TOF systematic error in delta theta_x vs delta theta_y (172 MeV/c data)?
- Table 11 and 12: chi^2/DOF looks too high; it should be about 1, based on the figures, whereas it is more like about 8 in some cases. This means that the points are, on average, a few sigma away.
- Table 11 and 12: KS test looks funny in some cases. Please list the KS distance as well.
- In the light of discussion on errors - why are the stats errors so big for the model data in fig. 31 (deconvolved distributions). Do you not have "infinite" stats here?