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Forum: Particles
Date: 20 Mar, 2017
From: Holger Kluck <Holger Kluck>

I have a problem with the user defined energy histogram of the GPS, in some cases it seems to halve the provided bin content.

For the following minimal working example I used the extended/eventgenerator/exgps example program of Geant4 10.2p01 with the attached macro files.

The file contains the energy histograms filled with experimental values, kineticEnergy1.png is a plot of the resulting kinetic energies of the primary particles. The kinetic energy shows at 0.171MeV clearly a dip which is not in the source spectrum. The only exceptional feature of the source spectrum at these energies are two consecutive bins which contain the exact same content.

This problem is also affected by the bin boundaries: The file contains a similar source spectrum with the same y-values but the bin boundaries are now changed to multiples of 1MeV. Now, the spectrum shown in kineticEnergy2.png resembles perfectly the source spectrum, having with ~70000 roughly twice the counts at 0.171Mev compared to kineticEnergy1.png.

How can I obtain the correct spectrum and still using the original bin boundaries? Iím grateful for any help on this matter.


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