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Forum: Processes Involving Optical Photons
Re: Question what does the green color denote in OpNovice after beamOn 1? (Mayur Paunipagar)
Date: 08 Oct, 2018
From: Michael H. Kelsey <Michael H. Kelsey>

On Mon, 08 Oct 2018 08:51:25 GMT, Mayur Paunipagar wrote:
> Hi everyone, I am new to geant4 and doing a project work involving
> optical photons from scintillators. Can anyone tell me what does green
> colour denotes after BeamOn 1
> 
>    Attachment:
>       http://hypernews.slac.stanford.edu/HyperNews/geant4/get/AUX/2018/10/08/01.50-13944-OpNovice_example.pptx

The green (neutral) tracks are photons. Geant4 has a default coloring scheme for tracks: negative tracks (like electrons) are red, positive tracks are blue, and neutral tracks (like photons) are green. There are /vis/ commands you can use to change this to whatever you like, or to color tracks according to different criteria like particle type, or energy, or whatever. See the /vis/ documentation or the Geant4 tutorials.

  -- Michael Kelsey

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