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i am new to using statistics and have come across a problem. I am trying to regenerate the result of a paper in which a theoretical parameter is constrained.

I have calculated the chi squared and plotted the likelihood function (exp[-chisquared])to see what value of the parameter has the highest likelihood.

I am getting almost the same value as the paper but my graph is not scaled like it. I would like the maximum value of likelihood to be 1. What normalization constants am i missing?

Also in the likelihood function do we use the reduced chisquared?

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