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Re: None Recording species, location, energy, and angular distribution (Peter Mardahl)
Re: None Re: Recording species, location, energy, and angular distribution (Ibrahim)
Date: 01 Jun, 2010
From: Peter Mardahl <Peter Mardahl>

Hello,

  Thank you for the suggestion.  In response:

>I suggest you try modifying example RE03, it is one of the Geant4 examples in a folder called "Run and Event".

>I hope it will help you to solve this problem!

  Did you mean the example RE02, which does separate energies into 4 bins?

  I should have mentioned that, after having perused this forum, I had looked at example RE02, as it was cited as a method for doing something similar in an answer to a previous person's question.

  However, I was hoping for a better way of doing this than installing a great many filters for as many bins as I want.

  Rather, I was hoping to extract the particle properties directly and bin them myself, perhaps using AIDA histograms.

  Is there any simple way I can just write out species, location, energy, and angular distribution for any particle that crosses a boundary?  If I can write them out, I can figure out how to bin them using AIDA.

  I have a feeling this could be done in a minute by an expert, I just lack the experience to know the best place to insert this code.

Thanks,

--PeterM

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1 None: Re: Recording species, location, energy, and angular distribution   (michel maire - 01 Jun, 2010)
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