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Hi, The primitive scorer is designed to accumulate physical quantity in a event, so that it is not suitable for scoring values in each step and each track. (If you just want to score energy distribution of particular particle species and obtain energy distribution, please check example/extended/runAndEvent/RE02, where the sensitive filters are used to choose a particular particle species and energy range.) If you want to score step based information, you have to implement your own Hit class and SensitiveDetector class. One simple example is in example/novice/N02/. There is a ExN02TrackerSD class and ExN02TrackerHit class. The ExN02TrackerSD is a sensitive detector class that creates a ExN02TrackerHit object and fill values in it at every step.ExN02TrackerSD is a container for storing the quantity. You may need to add a information about particle ID, but the example will be a good starting point. Thanks, Tsukasa Aso