Official datasets

provided by the NOvA production group

Fourth production

Fourth production (uses the third production as input.)

This page presents the current status of the fourth NOvA production pass. These datasets are under construction and so do not necessarily represent a complete set of data, Monte Carlo or data-tiers.

Start here if you're interested in the latest, greatest files, or just curious as to the current state of production.

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Third production

Third production (expected to be used for third and fourth analyses).

This page presents the *hopefully now complete* status of the third NOvA production pass.

Start here if you want the Ana17 datasets, or want to see the input datasets to the fourth production campaign.

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Second analysis

The datasets used in the second NOvA analysis.

This page presents the status of NOvA first analysis production used to publish our second analyses.

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First analysis

The datasets used in the first NOvA analysis.

This page presents the status of NOvA first analysis production used to publish our first analysis.

Start here if you're interested in a complete set of well understood, validated files.

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Archives

A record of the datasets produced since October 2014.

This page describes all of the official datasets produced since October 2014 that are not part of the first analysis. This includes all of the datasets produced in preparation for the first analysis and represents a consistent set of complete files covering a large variety of data and Monte Carlo.

Start here if you want to study a complete set of consistent, but old, files.

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Explore

Search through all of the datasets created by production.

This page enables you to explore all of the SAM definitions made by the production group, including the ability to filter on detector, data or Monte Carlo, trigger stream, data tier and MR-CC. It also includes links to the SAM-web API enabling you to see the files that each dataset contains and to explore their metadata.

Start here if you want to explore.

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All datasets should be used in conjunction with knowledge of the software release that was used to make them. This information is available here. The old redmine based version of this page can be viewed here, however this page is out of date and is not being maintained.