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Hi Michel, Thank you for the reply. I have found that the 20 histos are defined in three different files: EventAction, TrackingAction and StackingAction. Well, as a beginner I found this really complicated, I mean why these histos are not defined in one file (HistoManager)! Regards :) Samer On Thu, 09 Nov 2017 17:00:06 GMT, michel maire wrote: > On Thu, 09 Nov 2017 02:19:54 GMT, Samer wrote: > > > Hello, > > I wanted to know the difference between two histos of TestEm5 (16 "energy of Auger e- at creation" and 44 "energy of PIXE Auger e- at creation"). > > so I dug in src and include files to check where are these histos defined, but I have found nothing! > > > > I know that: > > The test contains more than 20 built-in 1D histograms, which are managed by G4AnalysisManager class and its Messenger. The histos can be individually activated with the command: > > /analysis/h1/set id nbBins valMin valMax unit > > > > but my question where are these 20 histos defined to understand the physics behind them?! > > > > Thank you :) > > Bakr > > > > As far I know, the histograms you are speaking about are 50 and 56 (16 and 44 are dummy...). > They are filled in StackingAction. >