The HiggsBounds source files can be obtained from our download page.
You can also quickly run HiggsBounds via our online version (see below).
If you have any questions or comments, contact Tim.
HiggsSignals (last release: 26 November 2018)(P. Bechtle, D. Dercks, S. Heinemeyer, T. Klingl, T. Stefaniak and G. Weiglein, former members: O. Stål)
HiggsSignals performs a statistical test of the Higgs sector predictions of arbitrary models (using the HiggsBounds input routines) with the measurements of Higgs boson signal rates and masses from the Tevatron and the LHC.
A beta version of HiggsSignals-2 is available which includes the LHC 13 TeV results. The "beta" indicates that some features are still being developed and a complete documentation is still missing. More information on the download page.
The program is documented in:
The latest version of the user manual can be found here: HiggsSignals 1.x.x manual. Further information on the program and related issues can be found in
The HiggsSignals source files can be obtained from our download page.
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HiggsBounds Online (outdated: uses HiggsBounds version 4.3.1)
Start with Step 1 if you'd like to test a general model or skip most of the steps by using one of the examples below.