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Spectrum Analysis

The differential flux \(\phi(E)\) per area, time and energy interval is defined as \[\phi(E) = \frac{dN}{dA\cdot dt\cdot dE}\]

Often \(\phi(E)\) is also referred to as \(\frac{dN}{dE}\) as observation time and effective collection area is a constant. The effective Area is then defined as \(A_\textrm{eff}(E)=\epsilon(E)\cdot A_0\). Note that at large distances the efficiency vanishes, so that the effective area is an (energy dependent) constant while \(A_0\) and the efficiency \(\epsilon(E)\) are mutually dependent.

For an observation with an effective observation time (\Delta T\), this yields: \[\phi(E) = \frac{1}{A_0\cdot \Delta T}\frac{dN}{d\epsilon(E)\cdot dE}\]

Define Binnings

Get Data File List

Get Observation Time

Get Monte Carlo File List

Get Zenith Angle Histogram

Analyze Data

Analyze Monte Carlo Data

Summarize Corsika Production

Result (Spectrum)

Result (Threshold)

Result (Migration)