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I have source centered at 0 0 -35mm.
I want the primary particles to start between -11 -11 0 and 11 11 0 (in mm). However I want to bias the position so that the are more primary particles closer to the centre than the edges
I believe I should define biasx and biasy and /gps/hist/point, but not sure how to do it.
/gps/pos/type Plane /gps/pos/shape Circle /gps/pos/centre 0. 0. -35 mm /gps/pos/radius 11 mm
/gps/hist/type biasx /gps/hist/point <Ehi Weight>
How do I define /gps/hist/point in this situation?
Many thanks. S