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I've just upgraded to 4.9.5 and ported everything over to windows.
I tried logging depth-dose using the new build-in G4VAnalysis histogramming, and it spits out data in a format very different from what AIDA used to generate.
It gives the values more as standard histogram inputs (min, max, nbins, value-per-bin-index if applicable), rather than the AIDA format which was much better suited to dose profiles of value per bin value (as opposed to bin index).
Unfortunately, as annoying as AIDA was to install on linux (aida, java, aidajni, jaida), it seems even more cumbersome in windows.
Has anyone found a method of effectively scoring dose profiles and depth-dose plots utilizing the 4.9.5 framework?