[Gate-users] Significance of "noGlobalOutput" in application command?
mahdjoub.hamdi at hotmail.fr
Mon Feb 6 19:21:08 CET 2017
noGlobalOutput means that you've not specifed the output of your simulations, I don't know what are you simulating, but I thing it is easier to start with root output, see This link on how to specify outputs of your Gate simulations: http://wiki.opengatecollaboration.org/index.php/Users_Guide_V7.2:Data_output#The_Root_output
From: Robert Wilson<mailto:rkwilson at mail.sdsu.edu>
Sent: 2/6/2017 5:06 PM
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Subject: [Gate-users] Significance of "noGlobalOutput" in application command?
Hello, all. Me again.
So I am tidying up my simulation macro, and I've got some left over commands from a couple of the example macros, but I'm not quite sure what their significance is, and the manual isn't helping me clear it up.
The first one in particular is the "noGlobalOutput" in the application commands. It's not keeping me from running the program either way, but I'm wondering what its significance is. If anyone can clear this up for me it would be greatly appreciated.
I hope you're all having a wonderful day.
R. Kevin Wilson
San Diego State University | 2017
Department of Physics | M.S Medical Physics
Radiation Detection Measuring & Modeling Laboratory
PET/SPECT Modeling - Gate & GEANT4
Clemson University | 2015
College of Engineering & Science
Department of Physics & Astronomy | B.S. Applied Physics
CU EBIT & Atomic Physics Laboratory | Intern Recipient and Student Researcher
rkwilson at mail.sdsu.edu<mailto:rkwilson at mail.sdsu.edu>
rkwilso at g.clemson.edu<mailto:rkwilso at g.clemson.edu>
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