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I am trying to create NTUPLES with mixed data type entries. It seems neither ANAPHE nor JAIDA can handle such a case properly at the moment, e.g.:
// histo->addTuple( "100", "Emitted Particles","String Name, float Energy, Time, Weight" ); // histo->addTuple( "200", "RadioIsotopes","String Name, float Energy, Time, Weight" ); // histo->addTuple( "300", "Energy Depositions","float Energy, Time, Weight" );
// at the moment jaida/anaphe can only handle single ntuples histo->addTuple( "100", "Emitted Particles"," float Name, Energy, Time, Weight" ); histo->addTuple( "200", "RadioIsotopes"," float Name, Energy, Time, Weight" ); histo->addTuple( "300", "Energy Depositions"," float Energy, Time, Weight" );
The commented out approach with matching filling method, is what I would like to use. I managed to get them compiled,liked and executed O.K., but the resulted aida file containes no tuples '100' and '200'. If I changing the partcile name to "float" and the corresponding filling methods, then all three tuples are saved in the aida file.
Is what I encountered as expected? or what is the the correct way to book/fill/save a mixed type tuple with AIDA.
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