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Fig.5

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Left panel: samples from the SED likelihood function (χ2) for F00022-6220 and the one-temperature model. The bottom row shows the one-dimensional (marginalized) posterior for the parameters (log A, β, T), and the other panels show all two-dimensional marginal distributions. Right panel: the data points for this object, along with the one-temperature model for the maximum likelihood sample (yellow curve; T = 33.0,K, β = 1.25) and the model determined by the mean of the samples of each parameter (red curve; T = (33.2 ± 4.8)K, β = 1.25 ± 0.42 where the errors are the standard deviations). Note the logarithmic axes which make interpretation of the error bars difficult.

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