Geant4 is independent of any histogramming package. The Geant4 toolkit has no drivers for histogramming, and no drivers are needed in Geant4 to use a histogramming package. The code for generating histograms on some of the distributed examples should be compliant with the AIDA abstract interfaces for Data Analysis.
Consequently, you may use your favourite package together with the Geant4 toolkit.
Since release 9.5, Geant4 offers basic analysis functionalities by
including a new
analysis module providing managers
for generation of histograms in the form of Root n-tuple/trees and
AIDA XML, based on tools from the
Please refer to the JAS documentation on histogramming for using the JAVA Analysis Studio tool.
Please refer to the iAIDA (an implementation of AIDA in C++) documentation : tool for generating histograms with AIDA to HBook, Root and AIDA-native compressed XML format.
Please refer to the Open Scientist Lab documentation on histogramming for using the Lab Analysis plug-in for the OnX package.
Examples in Geant4 showing how to use AIDA compliant tools for histogramming are available in the code distribution in the following directories:
Examples in Geant4 showing how to use the embedded Inlib/Exlib tool for histogramming are available in the code distribution in the following directory: