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At least an answer...
What you would like to have is some analysis tools abled to handle histos and the storing of them "at end of a distributed job" in a distributed way. I am afraid that for the moment, at least for OpenScientist, I can't deliver that. (And I think that other AIDA implementations, right now, can't do that too in an automatic way).
Then I am afraid that for the moment you will have to code you own "distributed layer" (or "put all together layer"). Assuming that for all distributed jobs the histos have the same booking, the best would be to store partial files and then arrange to have a separate program that will gather the files, open them and recreate a "global histo" from each partial filling. Note that the AIDA::IHistogramFactory has the "add histograms" method that would permit to write such program.
But for the moment I have not such a program at hand... (But at least I can put an item in my joblist because it is an interesting problem).
Sorry to be not so helpful here. Cheers.