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I'm just starting to tinker with Geant4, so I'll try to help you as much as I am able.
In "G4VScoreWriter.cc" on about line number 130, the code for writing out a line of data references a std::map<G4int, G4StatDouble*> object. I think that the information you were looking for is in the header file G4StatDouble.hh - the comments are very sparse, but if I had to guess, it simply counts the number of G4doubles that were used in the other statistics.
I suppose that would mean if you were using G4StatDouble to average (1, 2, 3, 4), the average would be 2.5, and "N" (i.e. "Events") would be 4.
I have not checked this closely though.
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