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> This confued me for a long time also. > > With Geant4, you need to get a separate analysis package like > Lizard or OpenScientist as these are the only compatible > packages currently available. JAS is not usuable with Geant4 yet. For a list of available AIDA implementations see: http://aida.freehep.org/tools.thtml These should all be useable with Geant4. JAS is now compatible with Geant4, see the instructions from the recent Geant4 workshop at: http://www-sldnt.slac.stanford.edu/G4CD/Documentation/AIDA/index.html We are working on updating the various Geant4 examples to use AIDA, and on a consistent and easy way to switch between different AIDA implementations. Tony
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