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A run is consist of all generated events inside a run. For exp. /run/beamOn 50 creates 50 events. And every can have more than one track. And every track has steps. Just this. Using runaction, you can set and get variables before and end of run. Using eventaction you can set and get before and after event. Using trackingaction and stepping action you can get and set variables in a track or step. And also there is an stackingaction avaible. Sent from BlueMail On 23:51, 18 Aug 2016, at 23:51, Huagang Yan <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > >*** Discussion title: Documentation and Examples > >If I understand it correctly, a run consists of a collection of events, >and an event starts with a number of primary particles. My question is: >what do the primary particles or primary tracks have in common in an >event? If they don't need to have something in common, any run may >consist of one event only. > >My question may be of too low level. But if someone could answer my >question, I would be really grateful. > >Thanks. > >------------------------------------------------------------- >Visit this GEANT4 at hypernews.slac.stanford.edu message (to reply or >unsubscribe) at: >http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/docsexamples/647.html > [ MIME part of type text/html without a name stripped ]
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