--------------------- Option USRCOLL produces either formatted or unformatted output (for the latter, see USRTRACK description for instructions on how to read it - the two options produce output with identical format). As for most other estimators, a complete description in clear of the requested scoring is printed also on the standard output. For instance: Coll n. 1 "collogchf " , generalised particle n. 202, region n. 6 detector volume: 4.0000E+01 cm**3 Warning! Collision estimators not implemented for electrons/positrons and photons logar. energy binning from 1.0000E-11 to 1.0000E+00 GeV, 1000 bins (ratio : 1.0257E+00) data will be printed on unit 24 (unformatted if < 0) After the title and date, and one line reporting the total number of particles and their weight, the header of the formatted output is very similar to the above text: ***** Test collision estimator ***** DATE: 1/ 5/ 5, TIME: 18:32:28 Total number of particles followed 100000, for a total weight of 1.0000E+05 1 Coll n. 1 "collogchf " , generalised particle n. 202, region n. 6 detector volume: 4.0000E+01 cm**3 logar. energy binning from 1.0000E-11 to 1.0000E+00 GeV, 1000 bins (ratio : 1.0257E+00) Data follow in a vector A(ie), format (1(5x,1p,10(1x,e11.4))) As for most other estimators, the matrix is easily read and manipulated by a simple program, using the format reported in the header. It can also be cut and pasted into a spreadsheet.
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