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Hi all, again.|
Thank you very much for your responses.
Now I'm trying to store the number of transmutations and captures per run into a
histogram, so I can know the average rate of these processes. The thing now is
that (because of my lack of knowledge of Physics and Geant4 also) I'm having
troubles achieving this. I thought of having a pointer to my PhysicsList so I can
ask when these processes occur and then storing the data I want, but I couldn't
find any method to do that. Now I'm trying to do this with
G4ProcessManager::GetProcessActivation, but I'm not sure if this is the correct
way to do it. So, if somebody have done something similar or knows how to do what
I'm trying, I would appreciate very much they could point me where to look. Sorry
if my question is basic or obvious; I have very little knowledge of Geant4.
Thanks in advance.