Institution(s): 1. Arizona State University
The detection of high energy (TeV–PeV) extragalactic neutrinos by the IceCube Neutrino Observatory substantiates directional and compositional information for some of the most energetic phenomena in our universe. However, after a three-year data release including 37 neutrino events, no study has yet provided a clear confirmation of their origins with quantifiable significance. We present statistical analyses of possible astrophysical counterparts for high energy neutrino emission.