With the discovery of the Higgs boson, the Standard Model is complete.
Yet the SM is itself an incomplete description of nature. One strategy to
move beyond this model is to search for new processes through SM
measurements. An effective field theory describes the impact of
high-scale processes as small deviations from the SM in orders of the
inverse scale of new physics. A complete fit of the EFT operator
coefficients provides a generalized probe for new physics. I discuss
recent progress in such fits, focusing on the contributions from
precision Higgs and electroweak measurements.