A tool for the combination and EFT interpretation of measurements in Julia
Author tudo-physik-e4
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January 2021


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New implementation of the EFTfitter in the Julia languange.

Tool for constraining the parameters of physics models using Bayesian inference by combining measurements of (different) observables. Particularly suited for EFT (effective field theory) interpretations.

Work-in-progress, interfaces and functionalities might be subject to changes.


The EFTfitter.jl package can be installed using:

julia> using Pkg
julia> pkg"add EFTfitter"

Please see the installation guide for further information on the installation of Julia, EFTfitter.jl and its dependencies.

Documentation & Tutorials

Please see the documentation for tutorials and information on how to use EFTfitter.jl.
Executable versions of the tutorials and examples can also be found here.

You can also try running the tutorials right now: badge


A template for starting the implementation of your own analysis is provided here.

Citing EFTfitter.jl

When using EFTfitter.jl for your work, please consider citing:

Nuno Castro, Johannes Erdmann, Cornelius Grunwald, Kevin Kroeninger, Nils-Arne Rosien, EFTfitter - A tool for interpreting measurements in the context of effective field theories, Eur. Phys. J. C 76 (2016) 8, 432

    author = {Castro, Nuno and Erdmann, Johannes and Grunwald, Cornelius and Kr\"oninger, Kevin and Rosien, Nils-Arne},
    title = "{EFTfitter---A tool for interpreting measurements in the context of effective field theories}",
    eprint = "1605.05585",
    archivePrefix = "arXiv",
    primaryClass = "hep-ex",
    doi = "10.1140/epjc/s10052-016-4280-9",
    journal = "Eur. Phys. J. C",
    volume = "76",
    number = "8",
    pages = "432",
    year = "2016"