# How to play

The two plots are values measured during a proton-proton collision event which may yield a Higgs. The yellow graphs are probability densities for Higgs (dark yellow) and No Higgs (light yellow) events.

The blue lines represent the actual values during a particular simulated collision event.

You should look at the probabilities around the blue line of each graph and combine the information from both plots in order to determine if there is a Higgs.

To answer, click on either the "Higgs" or "No Higgs" button. If you get it right, a green circle will appear, and if you get it wrong, a red circle will appear. A simplified computer model will do the same in real time.

Compete against it to see who is better.