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On Thu, 04 Apr 2013 17:47:33 GMT, Summit wrote: > > Thanks for reply. > Can you suggest me how can I get the velocity vs. range(depth) plot? > I do not understand how you have made the plot of your first mail. Not, or not only, with the code you mentionned. It seems to me that it is not easy, in the TestEm7 context, to do what you wish with a 1D histogram, even weighted. One need the concept of 'profile', which does not (yet ?) exist in the current G4 histograms interface package. A 'brute force' solution is to write an Ntuple and to analyse it.