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On Mon, 28 Oct 2013 10:44:05 GMT, Esteban wrote:
> Dear Geant4 users, > > I have created some histograms (analysisManager->CreateH1(...)) using > G4root.hh. The file generated in Geant4 simulation is opened correctly > with root and the "entries", "mean" and "RMS" information is also > showed. But, i want to know if there is some way to see all the data > used to create this histogram.
A histogram is by definition a "summary" of the raw data. You can certainly see the binned counts (and I think the sum and sum-of-squares for each bin), but that's it.
If you want to accumlate the hit-by-hit or event-by-event raw information, then you need to create an N-tuple.
-- Michael Kelsey
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