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I have two questions: 1) I can store the characteristics of particles that pass through a tube volume (sensitive detector). These primary particles are produced by a point source. The characteristics include: type of particle, energy, position and direction of momentum. The characteristics are stored on a .aida file with “xml” format (phase space file). At now, I want to use this file as particle source (replace point source). The information of phase space file is N-tuple. How can I do? 2) I want to get number of primary particles (from point source) and also secondary particles that are produced by the interaction of primary particles with environment and pass through sensitive detector (for example: # primary photons and # secondary photons with each energy and anywhere on sensitive detector, separately). How can I do? Thanks for any help. Regards, Shahrokh
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