the following image we find a representation of the individual
particle distances from the center plotted as a function of number of
particles versus particle distance. On the image portrayed directly
below we find that the distances of particles, i.e muons, produced by
different parent particles is very close regardless of the fact that
they are produced by different parents. As a result we can label
particle distance from the center as a fairly inaccurate means of
distinguishing the parent of an interaction, but a valuable means of
differentiating between daughter particle types produced.
With a log scale function added we find the linear regression of each
particle type versus distance from center is made more clear, i.e. particles and their anti-particles tend to keep the same distance from the center.