## Plots from Rivet analyses## Ratios (w.r.t. $\pi^+/\pi^-$) of hadron multiplicities in hadronic $e^+e^-$ events (PDG_HADRON_MULTIPLICITIES_RATIOS)Spires | Phys. Lett. B, 667, 1 (2008) Ratios (w.r.t. $\pi^+/\pi^-$) of hadron multiplicities in hadronic $e^+ e^-$ events, taken from Review of Particle Properties 2008, table 40.1, page 355. Average hadron multiplicities per hadronic $e^+ e^-$ annihilation event at $\sqrt{s} \approx$ 10, 29--35, 91, and 130--200 GeV, normalised to the pion multiplicity. The numbers are averages from various experiments. Correlations of the systematic uncertainties were considered for the calculation of the averages. ## Hadron multiplicities in hadronic $e^+e^-$ events (PDG_HADRON_MULTIPLICITIES)Spires | Phys. Lett. B, 667, 1 (2008) Hadron multiplicities in hadronic $e^+e^-$ events, taken from Review of Particle Properties 2008, table 40.1, page 355. Average hadron multiplicities per hadronic $e^+e^-$ annihilation event at $\sqrt{s} \approx {}$ 10, 29--35, 91, and 130--200 GeV. The numbers are averages from various experiments. Correlations of the systematic uncertainties were considered for the calculation of the averages. ## Measurements of flavor dependent fragmentation functions in $Z^0 -> q \bar{q}$ events (OPAL_1998_S3780481)Spires | Eur. Phys. J, C7, 369--381 (1999) | hep-ex/9807004 Measurement of scaled momentum distributions and total charged multiplicities in flavour tagged events at LEP 1. OPAL measured these observables in uds-, c-, and b-events separately. An inclusive measurement is also included. ## Jet rates in $e^+e^-$ at JADE [35--44 GeV] and OPAL [91--189 GeV]. (JADE_OPAL_2000_S4300807)Spires | Eur.Phys.J.C17:19-51,2000 | arXiv:hep-ex/0001055 Differential and integrated jet rates for Durham and JADE jet algorithms. ## 4-jet angular distributions at LEP (note) (DELPHI_2003_WUD_03_11)Spires | Diploma thesis WUD-03-11, University of Wuppertal The 4-jet angular distributions (Bengtsson-Zerwas, K\"orner-Schierholz- Willrodt, Nachtmann-Reiter, and $\alpha_{34}$) have been measured with DELPHI at LEP 1 using Jade and Durham cluster algorithms. ## Study of the b-quark fragmentation function at LEP 1 (DELPHI_2002_069_CONF_603)Spires | DELPHI note 2002-069-CONF-603 (ICHEP 2002) Measurement of the $b$-quark fragmentation function by DELPHI using 1994 LEP 1 data. The fragmentation function for both weakly decaying and primary $b$-quarks has been determined in a model independent way. Nevertheless the authors trust $f(x_B^\text{weak})$ more than $f(x_B^\text{prim})$. ## Delphi MC tuning on event shapes and identified particles. (DELPHI_1996_S3430090)Spires | Z.Phys.C73:11-60,1996 | doi:10.1007/s002880050295 Event shape and charged particle inclusive distributions measured using 750000 decays of Z bosons to hadrons from the DELPHI detector at LEP. This data, combined with identified particle distributions from all LEP experiments, was used for tuning of shower-hadronisation event generators by the original PROFESSOR method. This is a critical analysis for MC event generator tuning of final state radiation and both flavour and kinematic aspects of hadronisation models. ## Strange baryon production in $Z$ hadronic decays at Delphi (DELPHI_1995_S3137023)Spires | Z. Phys. C, 67, 543--554 (1995) Measurement of the $\Xi^-$ and $\Sigma^+(1385)/\Sigma^-(1385)$ scaled momentum distributions by DELPHI at LEP 1. The paper also has the production cross-sections of these particles, but that's not implemented in Rivet. ## Studies of QCD with the ALEPH detector. (ALEPH_1996_S3486095)Spires | Phys. Rept., 294, 1--165 (1998) Summary paper of QCD results as measured by ALEPH at LEP 1. The publication includes various event shape variables, multiplicities (identified particles and inclusive), and particle spectra. ## Hadronic Z decay charged multiplicity measurement (ALEPH_1991_S2435284)Spires | Phys. Lett. B, 273, 181 (1991) The charged particle multiplicity distribution of hadronic Z decays, as measured on the peak of the Z resonance using the ALEPH detector at LEP. The unfolding procedure was model independent, and the distribution was found to have a mean of $20.85 \pm 0.24$, Comparison with lower energy data supports the KNO scaling hypothesis. The shape of the multiplicity distribution is well described by a log-normal distribution, as predicted from a cascading model for multi-particle production. |