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Forum: Biasing and Scoring
Date: 29 Dec, 2013
From: Matthew Lund <Matthew Lund>

When running a scoring mesh in Geant4 10.0 as a multithread, dumping data to a file results in a csv file with repeats of numbers and no line breaks as shown below. However, when the exact same application is compiled to run on a Geant4 10.0 that is only a single thread, the csv files come out correctly.

Any ideas?

# mesh name: box
# primitive scorer name: eDep
# iX, iY, iZ, value [MeV]
0,0,0,0.8460794531511607
...
1,7,3,0
1,7,4,0.3076904911
1,7,4,1
1,8,0,0.122794357
1,8,0,0.
1,8,1,0.1929819291,8,1,0.1,8,2,2.98386946261,8,2,1,8,3,1.886026472411,8,31,8,4,0.13818003400771,8,1,9,0,0.24805065272991,9,0,0.1414818536883083
1,9,1,0.1110863914426777
1,9,2,1.192699907930878
1,9,3,0.001328198764895205
1,9,4,0.00153431176840968

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1 None: Re: Primitive Scorer Output Error in MT 10.0   (lcl - 02 Jan, 2014)
2 None: Re: Primitive Scorer Output Error in MT 10.0   (Akinori Kimura - 22 Feb, 2014)
1 None: Re: Primitive Scorer Output Error in MT 10.0   (Matthew Lund - 14 Apr, 2014)
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