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An additional question/more information, as I've received more information from my employer:
The spectrum we are using is static. It is a given environment and it cannot be changed, so I cannot simply change the weight value listed after the energy (MeV) values. Yet we still need to get more/better statistics. The maximum number of events isn't providing reasonable values because the lower energy particles don't get much of a chance to interact with our setup and the higher energy particles don't happen often enough. So I need to bias the spectrum towards the higher energy levels without actually touching the original spectrum the environment provides...
Any ideas at all on how I might do this, or a workaround?