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9.5.2} EVENTBIN output

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 Option EVENTBIN produces either unformatted or formatted output. The
 formatted output is seldom used because of its size (the binning results,
 similar to those produced by option USRBIN, are printed after each
 primary event). As for most other estimators, a complete description in
 clear of the requested scoring is printed also on the standard
 output. For instance:

   Cartesian binning n.   1  "Eventscore" , generalised particle n.  208
      X coordinate: from -1.5000E+02 to  1.5000E+02 cm,    75 bins ( 4.0000E+00 cm wide)
      Y coordinate: from  1.0000E+02 to  2.0000E+02 cm,    50 bins ( 2.0000E+00 cm wide)
      Z coordinate: from -2.0000E+01 to  1.8000E+02 cm,    20 bins ( 1.0000E+01 cm wide)
      data will be printed on unit   21 (unformatted if < 0)
      accurate deposition along the tracks requested
      unnormalised data will be printed event by event

 The header of the formatted output is practically identical to that of USRBIN,
 except for the words "event by event" printed after the total number of
 particles:

  *****  Title (as provided by input command TITLE)                                        *****

            DATE:  1/ 5/ 5,  TIME:  8:39:44

           Total number of particles to be followed    8000, event by event

 1
    Cartesian binning n.   1  "Eventscore" , generalised particle n.  208
       X coordinate: from -1.5000E+02 to  1.5000E+02 cm,    75 bins ( 4.0000E+00 cm wide)
       Y coordinate: from  1.0000E+02 to  2.0000E+02 cm,    50 bins ( 2.0000E+00 cm wide)
       Z coordinate: from -2.0000E+01 to  1.8000E+02 cm,    20 bins ( 1.0000E+01 cm wide)
       Data follow in a matrix A(ix,iy,iz), format (1(5x,1p,10(1x,e11.4)))

       accurate deposition along the tracks requested

 The binning matrix is then printed once for each event (8000 times in the above
 example), every time preceded by a line:

   Binning n:    1, "Eventscore",  Event #:     1, Primary(s) weight  1.0000E+00
 ................................................................................
   Binning n:    1, "Eventscore",  Event #:  8000, Primary(s) weight  1.0000E+00

 As for most other estimators, the matrix is easily read and manipulated by a simple
 program, using the format reported in the header.

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