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Fig. 4

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Comparison between the model and the observed visibilities as a function of deprojected baseline length (uv-distance) for FT Tau. The data are binned in 40kλ bins. Black dots represent the observed data and the colored boxes represent the probability distribution of model visibilities for each uv-distance bin. The x-axis extent of each box is the bin size, while the y-axis extent is not fixed as it depends on the probability distribution of the model at that particular uv-distance bin; in some cases they are very close to each other. The color scale represents the density of the distribution. The solid black curve is the median, the dashed black lines are the 16th and 84th percentiles, and the red dotted lines are the 2.3th and 97.7th percentiles.

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