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Figure 6
Probability functions for correlation coefficients. (a) Comparison of Gaussian (dashed line) and Cauchy–Lorentzian (solid line) distributions with mean 1.0 and width parameter (σ or γ) = 0.2; the Lorentzian distribution has more extensive tails. (b) The effect on the modelled distribution p(CC) of σ(CC) and including p(μ) = (1 − μ2)1/2 (dotted line). A larger value of σ(CC) broadens the distribution (thin lines, σ = 0.5; thick lines, σ = 0.1). The effect of including the p(μ) term (solid lines) is to shift the point at which p(CC) rises above 0.5 to a larger value of CC than without it (dashed lines).

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