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The distribution printed to the ascii file when using
is flat. I am running the macro files provided with TestEm11. Here is a modified example:
/testem/det/setAbsor 1 Water 1 cm
/testem/det/setSizeYZ 30 cm
/testem/phys/addPhysics emstandard_opt3 # em physics
/gun/energy 1 MeV
/analysis/h1/set 8 100 0. 10. cm #edep profile
The file water.ascii is a flat dose profile (its actually the same dose value in each bin to the precision printed in the file), which is clearly not what one would expect. When processing the root file the dose profile looks correct. I couldn't find anything in the src code that indicates how the ascii file is generated. Any insight is appreciated.
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