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Re: Question Does an open source GDML viewer exist? (Michael Rinaldi)
Date: 01 Sep, 2010
From: Norman Graf <Norman Graf>

Hello Mike,
 The High Energy Physics data analysis framework "root" is able to display
a subset of the GDML volumes.
Instructions for doing so can be found at:

https://confluence.slac.stanford.edu/display/ilc/How+do+I+visualize+with+ROOT

Norman

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