## LHC Hack Day/Mass distributions

Science Hack Day contribution!

Here we see the distributions of the invariant mass of the di-muon system calculated in two different ways: assuming the physics of Isaac Newton or assuming the physics of Albert Einstein.

Mass distributions assuming Classical Physics. The units on the x-axis are GeV/c^2, where 1 GeV/c^2 is about the mass of a proton.

Mass distributions assuming Special Relativity. The units on the x-axis are GeV/c^2, where 1 GeV/c^2 is about the mass of a proton.

This visualization uses d3 and is rendering on-the-fly, so you may have to be patient as it runs over the dataset.