A subroutine written in C language that can be called to run a Monte Carlo simulation.
An example calling program is callmcsub.c
Compile using the UNIX command:
cc -o gomcsub mcsubLIB.c callmcsub.c
which produces the output file mcOUT0.dat.
A MATLAB program lookmcsub.m reads mcOUT0.dat using a subroutine called getmcsub.m to yield the following figure:
The edges of the simulation at z(NZ) and r(NR), F(NZ,:) and F(:,NR), are overflow bins, so photons absorbed at large depths >z(NZ) or radial distances >r(NR) are deposited in these overflow bins.