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Table 4

Two-sample Kolmogorov-Smirnov statistics (2KS) and relative pvalue between observed and simulated one-dimensional distributions shown in Figs. 4 to 6 for each model.

D pvalue [%] D pvalue [%] D pvalue [%] D pvalue [%]

Fig. 4: γ-ray peak multiplicity 0.66 1e-28 0.51 7e-16 0.32 2e-5 0.12 23.3
Fig. 5-left: Δγ distribution 0.42 2e-8 0.18 2.5 0.54 5e-15 0.29 3e-3
Fig. 5-right: ΔRadio distribution 0.19 57 0.21 46 0.52 3e-2 0.37 2.6
Fig. 6: δ distribution 0.81 1e-5 0.50 2e-7 0.39 4e-4 0.22 2.7

Notes. The 2KS statistics D ranges between 0 and 1 for distributions showing total agreement and total disagreement, respectively. The pvalue is the probability to obtain the observed D value under the assumption that the two distributions are obtained from the same distribution (null hypothesis). This is equivalent to rejecting the null hypothesis at a confidence level of 100-(pvalue)%. The 2KS test is described in Section E. The D and pvalue parameters relative to the first and second most consistent distributions are highlighted in dark grey and light grey cells, respectively.

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