If you would like to project the generated events directly into histograms, you should choose the option "histo" in the input file "parameter.indat" and define your histograms in the file "param_histo.indat".
In this file, you can define cuts on the rapidity and transverse momentum of the photons/hadrons. Note that some rough cuts can already be defined at the grid level in "parameter.indat".
In the second part of "param_histo.indat",
you can define the histograms you would like to be produced.
You can define histograms with equidistant or non-equidistant bins.
There is also the possibility to specify several additional cuts
for each histogram.
Further details are given in the file
There is a certain predefined set of observables which can be histogrammed. In the case of identical particles, these are
In the case of non identical particles, similar observables also exist (see "param_histo.indat").
If you want to define new observables, you have to define them in the Fortran file "histo_selection.f" in the directory "src/histo". But note that the script "start.pl" also has to be modified accordingly.
A summary of the cuts and histograms which have been defined will be
written to the file "histoNameHisto.outdat".
The resulting *.dat files for the histograms will be stored in the directory "pawres".
Note that 'NLO' in the definition of the histograms means 'Born + higher orders', i.e. your histogram represents already the sum of leading order and higher order contributions.
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