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The results of the global CKM analysis include:

Numerical Results 
The global CKM fit in the large (ρbar,ηbar) plane:
Constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. The V_{ub} constraint has been split in three contributions: V_{ub} from inclusive and exclusive semileptonic B decays (plain dark green), V_{ub} from B^{+}→τ^{+} ν (hashed darker green), and V_{ub}/V_{cb} from Λ_{b} decays (hashed ligher green). The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Our Summer 2019 update uses the ut convention of Brod, Gorbahn, Stamou arXiv:1911.06822 for the description of KK mixing. The improvement on the ε_{K} constraint brought by this new approach can be seen by comparing the plot above (which uses the ut convention like all the other plots of the Summer 2019 update) with the plot on the right that shows the (ρ̅, η̅) plane using the same theory expressions as in the previous CKMfitter updates (and in particular the wellknown ct convention for KK mixing). 

The global CKM fit in the small (ρbar,ηbar) plane (zoom):
Zoomed constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane.The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Zoomed constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. The V_{ub} constraint has been split in three contributions: V_{ub} from inclusive and exclusive semileptonic B decays (plain dark green), V_{ub} from B^{+}→τ^{+} ν (hashed darker green), and V_{ub}/V_{cb} from Λ_{b} decays (hashed ligher green). The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Zoomed constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane not including the angle measurements in the global fit. 


Constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane including only the angle measurements. 


Constraints from CP conserving quantities (V_{ub} / V_{cb}, Δm_{d}, (Δm_{d} and Δm_{s}) and B^{+} →τ^{+} ν) in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. 


Constraints from CP violating quantities (sin(2β), α, γ and ε_{k}) in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane (involving γ(DK) and α from the isospin analysis with the help of sin2β (charmonium), which gives another tree only γ measurement (the only assumption is that the ΔI=3/2 b>d EW penguin amplitude is negligible)). 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane (involving γ(DK) and α from the isospin analysis with the help of sin2β (charmonium), which gives another tree only γ measurement (the only assumption is that the ΔI=3/2 b>d EW penguin amplitude is negligible)). The constraints from γ(DK) and γ(α)=παβ are shown. 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane, with only input on V_{ub} from semileptonic decays (involving γ(DK) and α from the isospin analysis with the help of sin2β (charmonium), which gives another tree only γ measurement (the only assumption is that the ΔI=3/2 b>d EW penguin amplitude is negligible)). 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane (only γ(DK) is used). 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane with only input on V_{ub} from semileptonic decays (ony γ(DK) is used). 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane with only input on V_{ub} from exclusive semileptonic B decays (only γ(DK) is used). 


Constraints from "Tree" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane with only input on V_{ub} from inclusive semileptonic B decays (only γ(DK) is used). 


Constraints from "Loop" quantities in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane. 


Constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane, not including the braching ratio of B^{+} → τ^{+}ν in the global fit. 


Constraints in the (ρbar,ηbar) plane not including the measurement of sin2β in the global fit. 

Pulls for various inputs or parameters involved in the Standard Model global fit. Each pull (in units of σ) is computed by taking the square root of the difference between χ^{2}_{min} obtained including or not including direct information on the quantity. This corresponds to consider Δχ^{2}_{X;min}=χ^{2}_{with data on X;min} χ^{2}_{without data X;min} as a random variable distributed with 1 degree of freedom, and reinterpret the probability of reaching the observed value in units of σ. The presence of a plateau in the Rfit model for systematic uncertainties may lead to a vanishing pull for some quantities even in cases where the predicted and observed values are not identical. Some of the pulls presented in this plot are correlated [this is for instance the case for sin 2β and Br(B→τν)]. 
The global CKM fit in the large (ρ̅_{M}, η̅_{M}) plane
with M = sb, ds, ct, ut, uc:
The constraints can be expressed in the unitarity triangles associated with the different mesons of interest, with the relative coordinates of the upper appex of each triangle defined as 
Constraints in the (ρ̅_{sb}, η̅_{sb}) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Constraints in the (ρ̅_{ds}, η̅_{ds}) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Constraints in the (ρ̅_{tc}, η̅_{tc}) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Constraints in the (ρ̅_{tu}, η̅_{tu}) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 


Constraints in the (ρ̅_{cu}, η̅_{cu}) plane. The red hashed region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. 

The global CKM fit in the (V_{ud},V_{us}) plane:
Constraints in the (V_{ud},V_{us}) plane. The indirect constraints (coming from b transitions) are related to V_{ud} and V_{us} through unitarity. The yellow region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. We use the value quoted by J.C. Hardy at the Amherst workshop: V_{ud} = 0.97418 ± 0.00021. This leads to a minimum χ^{2}=23.7 and a deviation from unitarity (based only on direct determinations) of V_{ud}^{2}+V_{us}^{2} +V_{ub}^{2}1 =0.00082^{+0.00084}_{0.00013 }  
Constraints in the (V_{ud},V_{us}) plane. The indirect constraints (coming from b transitions) are related to V_{ud} and V_{us} through unitarity. The yellow region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. A recent reestimation of radiative corrections was proposed by Gorchtein and RamseyMusolf [arXiv:1807.10197, arXiv:1812.03352, arXiv:1812.04229], leading to an updated estimate V_{ud} = 0.97371 ± 0.00033. This leads to a minimum χ^{2}=27.9 and a deviation from unitarity (based only on direct determinations) of V_{ud}^{2}+V_{us}^{2} +V_{ub}^{2}1 =0.00198^{+0.00141}_{0.00012 }  
Constraints in the (V_{ud},V_{us}) plane. The indirect constraints (coming from b transitions) are related to V_{ud} and V_{us} through unitarity. The yellow region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL. Another recent reestimation of radiative corrections was proposed by Czarnecki et al [arXiv:1907.06737], leading to an updated estimate V_{ud} = 0.97390 ± 0.00035. This leads to a minimum χ^{2}=25.7 and a deviation from unitarity (based only on direct determinations) of V_{ud}^{2}+V_{us}^{2} +V_{ub}^{2}1 =0.00162^{+0.00146}_{0.00015 } 
The global CKM fit in the (V_{cd},V_{cs}) plane:
Constraints in the (V_{cd},V_{cs}) plane. The indirect constraints (combing from b and s transitions) are related to V_{cd} and V_{cs} through unitarity. The direct constraints combine leptonic and semileptonic D and D_{s} decays as well as information from neutrinonucleaon scattering and W → cs decays. The yellow region of the global combination corresponds to 68% CL.  
Constraints in the (V_{cd},V_{cs}) plane where direct constraints involve only leptonic D and D_{s} decays with our inputs for lattice averages for f_{D} and f_{Ds}.  
Constraints in the (V_{cd},V_{cs}) plane where direct constraints involve only semileptonic D and D_{s} decays with our inputs for lattice averages F_{D → π}(0) and F_{D → K }(0).  
Constraints in the (V_{cd},V_{cs}) plane where direct constraints involve only information from neutrinonucleaon scattering and W→ cs decays (no lattice input). 
The global CKM fit in the (V_{ub},V_{cb}) plane:
Constraints in the (V_{ub},V_{cb}) plane.
The horizontal and vertical coloured bands represent our average of the determinations from semileptonic B decays.
The white bands with solid (dashed) borders correspond to the determination
from exclusive (inclusive) semileptonic B decays.
The diagonal coloured band corresponds to the determination of
V_{ub}/V_{cb} from Λ_{b} decays.
The rainbow oval region indicates the indirect determination of V_{ub} and V_{cb} from the global fit, without any information from semileptonic or leptonic decays of bhadrons. 

Constraints on V_{ub} from inclusive and exclusive B decays, as well as our average, compared to the indirect determination from the global fit.  
Constraints on V_{cb} from inclusive and exclusive B decays, as well as our average, compared to the indirect determination from the global fit. 