TABLE 1.

Best fits for Q(m), found using the least-square fitting of log10 Plysa

mQ(m)
10.0038 ± 0.0012
20.6960 ± 0.0408
30.9886 ± 0.0769
40.9886 ± 0.0537
50.9886 ± 0.0487
60.9886 ± 0.0487
70.9886 ± 0.0487
80.9886 ± 0.0487
90.9886 ± 0.0487
  • a The Q(0) value of 0 and the Q(m≥10) value of 1 were kept fixed. There are no error bars for the data points in Kourilsky's paper, so we determined error bars (which indicate 95% intervals) for the Q(m) fit by redoing the fit 100 times, each time randomly perturbing the data points by up to ±10% (uniformly distributed).