The following SciBooNE information from the 2012 muon antineutrino disappearance paper is made available to the public:

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^{2} < Δm^{2} < 100 eV^{2}"

- Additional Inputs for Χ
^{2}Calculation - bin boundaries for MiniBooNE and SciBooNE MC
- 1D array of bin contents of MiniBooNE data
- 1D array of bin contents of SciBooNE data
- 1D array of bin contents of MiniBooNE MC RS (right-sign) antineutrino no oscillation prediction
- 1D array of bin contents of MiniBooNE MC WS (wrong-sign) neutrino prediction
- 1D array of bin contents of SciBooNE MC RS (right-sign) antineutrino no oscillation prediction
- 1D array of bin contents of SciBooNE MC WS (wrong-sign) neutrino prediction
- event list of all MiniBooNE MC events. The first column is the neutrino type (ν
_{μ}=14; ν_{μ}=-14;ν_{e}=12;ν ν_{e}=-12). The second column is the true neutrino energy (in GeV). The third column is the reconstructed neutrino energy (in GeV). The fourth column is the neutrino path length (in meters). The fifth column is the MC weight of the neutrino event. - event list of all SciBooNE MC events. The first column is the neutrino type (ν
_{μ}=14; ν_{μ}=-14;ν_{e}=12;ν ν_{e}=-12). The second column is the true neutrino energy (in GeV). The third column is the reconstructed neutrino energy (in GeV). The fourth column is the neutrino path length (in meters). The fifth column is the MC weight of the neutrino event. - 90% confidence level expected sensitivity contour points for muon antineutrino disappearance
(FIG. 15 in paper). The first column is the sin
^{2}(2ϑ) value. The second column is the Δm^{2}value (in eV^{2}). - 90% confidence level limit contour points for muon antineutrino disappearance
(FIG. 15 in paper). The first column is the sin
^{2}(2ϑ) value. The second column is the Δm^{2}value (in eV^{2}). - ΔΧ
^{2}values for various sin^{2}(2ϑ) and Δm^{2}points. The first column is the Δm^{2}value (in eV^{2}). The second column is the sin^{2}(2ϑ) value. The third column is the ΔΧ^{2}value. - 2D array of covariance uncertainties (total error matrix) between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins. The first 21 columns are MiniBooNE bins. The last 21 columns are SciBooNE bins. The first 21 rows are MiniBooNE bins. The last 21 rows are SciBooNE bins.
- Fractional Error Matrices
- 2D array of the RS-RS (right-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and MiniBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-MB}_{i,j;(RS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-WS (wrong-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and MiniBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-MB}_{i,j;(WS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-WS (right-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and MiniBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-MB}_{i,j;(RS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-RS (wrong-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and MiniBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-MB}_{i,j;(WS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-RS (right-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between SciBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-SB}_{i,j;(RS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-WS (wrong-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between SciBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-SB}_{i,j;(WS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-WS (right-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between SciBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-SB}_{i,j;(RS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-RS (wrong-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between SciBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-SB}_{i,j;(WS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-RS (right-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-SB}_{i,j;(RS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-WS (wrong-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-SB}_{i,j;(WS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-WS (right-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-SB}_{i,j;(RS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-RS (wrong-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{MB-SB}_{i,j;(WS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS MiniBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS SciBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-RS (right-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-MB}_{i,j;(RS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-WS (wrong-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-MB}_{i,j;(WS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the RS-WS (right-sign,wrong-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-MB}_{i,j;(RS,WS)}in paper). The 21 columns are RS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are WS MiniBooNE bins. - 2D array of the WS-RS (wrong-sign,right-sign) fractional error matrix between MiniBooNE and SciBooNE bins
(M-hat
^{SB-MB}_{i,j;(WS,RS)}in paper). The 21 columns are WS SciBooNE bins. The 21 rows are RS MiniBooNE bins.

- For clarifications on how to use MiniBooNE and SciBooNE public data or for enquiries about additional data not linked from this page, please contact: Gary Cheng or Warren Huelsnitz

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- The SciBooNE collaboration wishes to acknowledge the support of Fermilab, the U.S. Department of Energy, and the U.S. National Science Foundation for the construction, operation, beam delivery, and data analysis of the SciBooNE experiment