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You can use G4UserStackingAction to count the number of neutron travel through your detector in on event (or 1 beam). For more details, you can look it up at this link: http://geant4.slac.stanford.edu/Tips/event/4.html. I am confused about how you designed your detector. I am working on a neutron detector too. The way it works is having the neutron reacted with certain material yielding others particles which are easier to detect. In my case, it is optical photon. Then I count the number of photon. It is confused for me since you want to count the number of neutron.
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