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Figure 5
Longest observed black/white edge length in the correlation map, C, against the frame number and dose (kGy) for pairwise comparisons with frame 1. For similar frames to frame 1, the pairwise CorMaps resemble randomized lattices (Figs. 4a and 4b[link]) and hence C is fairly small. Therefore, the chance of observing a longer edge length than C is high [P(>C) = 1; blue circles]. As frames start becoming more dissimilar, the C values increase and the P(>C) values fall. These are represented by green squares. When frames are very dissimilar, C becomes very large (Figs. 4c and 4d[link]) and P(>C) < 0.01. The symbols representing the comparison with these frames are orange triangles.