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On Wed, 09 Mar 2016 19:16:30 GMT, Fatima Garcia wrote:
> Hi all, > > I'm wanting to model the decay and activity of several radioactive > species, but I would like to sample the populations of each step of a > chain at certain times, so as to create a decay curve (Activity vs > Time). I've looked into the radioactive decay samples (specifically > rdecay01), but they seem only to consider the case for counts vs energy > (for various particles in the decay process). Is there a way to define > the time during which the decay is active, so as to extract the number > of particles in each generation at a certain time? > > Thank you, > > Fatima >
To be more explicit, you can get the dates of any ion : - in PreUserTrackingAction() : time_birth = track->GetGlobalTime(); - in PostUserTrackingAction() : time_end = track->GetGlobalTime();