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Test: tutorial-roofit-rf108_plotbinning (Passed)
Build: master-aarch64-centos7-gcc48 (techlab-arm64-moonshot-xgene-004) on 2019-11-14 00:49:23
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[NON-XML-CHAR-0x1B][1mRooFit v3.60 -- Developed by Wouter Verkerke and David Kirkby[NON-XML-CHAR-0x1B][0m
Copyright (C) 2000-2013 NIKHEF, University of California & Stanford University

[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(@0)/@1)
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:Plotting -- RooAbsReal::plotOn(bmix) plot on dt integrates over variables (mixState,tagFlav)
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:Plotting -- RooAbsReal::plotAsymOn(bmix) plot on dt projects variables (tagFlav)
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])
[#1] INFO:InputArguments -- The formula exp(-abs(@0)/@1)_dt_tau_dm claims to use the variables (dt,tau,dm) but only (dt,tau) seem to be in use.
inputs:         exp(-abs(x[0])/x[1])
interpretation: exp(-abs([dt])/[tau])