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First of all, we found trouble for a combination of cellflux scorer with cylinder shape. If you apply R segmentation, the value is not correct. This is caused by wrong calculation of cubic volume inside scorer. The bug will be fixed in next patch.
Concerning to getting value with unit, your code is good. Quantity inside scorer is maintained in default unit of Geant4. (The GetUnit() and GetUnitValue() are prepared for the purpose of command-based scorers.)
Basically, you will specify the unit as,
flux = theRun->GetTotalFlux(i)/(1./cm2); // same as percm2 (/cm2) flux = theRun->GetTotalFlux(i)/(1./mm2); // same as permm2 (/mm2).
In case of output file in command-based scorer, each value is calculated by "value/GetUnitValue()". This should give same result with your code.
But, according to your post, do you mean the value in command-based scoring is 100 times larger than that of your expectation?
> > for the command-based method, the output file looks like this: > > **************************** > > # mesh name: boxMesh_1 > # primitive scorer name: cFlux > # iZ, iPHI, iR, value [percm2] > > 0,0,0,2426.526585771724 **************************** > > I had to multiply the 'value' by 0.01 to get the expected flux in unit > of percm2 >
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